July 30, 2019
A quick episode of CrimsonCast to officially give some details about this weekend's 10th Anniversary Meet-Up / Celebration, which will start at 4 PM in Bloomington at Switchyard and then meander throughout town. If you can stop by, we'd love to see you!
We also chat about recruiting updates for IU basketball and IU football, and discuss how Archie Miller finally had a good week after a fairly long stretch of tough luck.
July 26, 2019
TheHoosier.com staff breaks down what Trey Galloway’s commitment means for Indiana basketball, what he showed this spring and summer on the adidas Gauntlet Circuit, what he’ll bring to IU and more.
July 24, 2019
On this episode of CrimsonCast, we sit down to chat with IU Volleyball Head Coach Steve Aird, who is entering his second season at the helm for the Hoosiers. Steve talks about his background in coaching and why he came to Indiana to coach, the imminent opening of the brand new (and amazing) Wilkinson Hall, and what a difference a new venue can make for a volleyball program trying to break through into the Big Ten's elite. We also discuss this year's squad, highlighting some of the new faces that Indiana will be featuring on the court when the season starts at the end of August.
July 22, 2019
The football season is only 5 1/2 weeks away, so let's get the conversation started about what to expect with IU this year. Joining us on the podcast is ESPN's Bill Connelly, founder of the tremendous S&P+ ratings system. Bill takes the time to talk about his ratings system and what it covers, and then does a deep dive into Indiana's projections for this year, where the team fell short last season, and what to look for in terms of improvement. We also talk about the potential impact of a new starting QB and a new offensive coordinator. Finally we discuss Indiana football's consistency over the past 12 years, and how that differs from other programs in a similar situation to IU.
July 19, 2019
TheHoosier.com's Stu Jackson and Jon Sauber discuss what they saw and heard from IU players and head coach Tom Allen at Big Ten football media day, then shift to a conversation on Jon's observations on IU basketball recruiting targets at the adidas summer championships.
July 16, 2019
Scott is joined by Connor who founded and owns Homefield Apparel - @HomefieldApparl on Twitter. They discuss how Homefield was started with the Pinstripe Bowl (The Kick Was Good) and their connection to IU. Connor speaks to how IU's fan base has a connection to the history and tradition of the program and how they purchase different than other schools. Also learn about some new designs coming for football season, as part of their new shirt each game program.
Finally, they talk big picture about IU Football and Basketball. Why on earth are they selling #9WinIndiana football T-Shirts for the 2019 season? Can IUFB get to 6 wins? What are the expectations for IUBB this season and what is the pressure Archie is under? Is Archie on the verge of losing support from the fan base and why this is such a pivotal year.
Connor will be joining Galen and Scott for the CrimsonCast Anniversary live event on Saturday Aug 3rd, with some discount codes for Homefield for all that show up. Details on exact times and locations for the event will be coming soon, so check Twitter.
July 12, 2019
TheHoosier.com staff teams up for a discussion on what basketball recruiting reporter Jon Sauber has seen so far from IU targets at the adidas summer championships in Birmingham, Ala.
Prospects discussed include 2020 4-star guard Anthony Leal, 2020 3-star guard Trey Galloway, 2021 four-star point guard Khristian Lander 2020 four-star forward Jalen Bridges, 2020 4-star center Zach Love Day and 2021 four-star forward Trey Kaufman.
July 5, 2019
Host Jon Sauber is joined by Rivals national basketball analyst Corey Evans to discuss Indiana targets in the 2020 class.
July 4, 2019
Happy 4th! Here's Part II of the IU football / basketball mailbag to listen to while you grill, or drive to your in-laws or whatever you're doing today. Questions include inquiries about the experience situation with IU football, tailgate options, anticipating the bicentennial, 30 for 30 documentaries, and whether you should pay attention to basketball recruiting as a fan.