BLOOMINGTON -- Three takeaways from Indiana’s 73-57 loss to Michigan at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall:
BLOOMINGTON -- Playing with the confidence of a national title contender, No. 3 Michigan turned Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall into its personal playground Saturday against reeling Indiana.
BLOOMINGTON — Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Indiana is about to finish a full season at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall without the loud, arena-shaking atmosphere that can easily rattle opponents.
Often as Karen Warner drove down the street where she lives in Elwood, she would wave at Michael Jackman, who lives seven blocks away on the same street.
A brief conversation about second-year wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr.’s affinity for the No. 11 was the closest Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich came Thursday to acknowledging quarterback Carson Wentz’s impending presence on the roster.
Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway break down the March Madness bubble teams in the Big Ten; Clay Horning talks about the chances of Gonzaga going undefeated and the next Michael Phelps; and Bill Burt and George Bremer discuss life without the NFL Combine.
As Trayce Jackson-Davis and Al Durham scored at will early on Wednesday night against Rutgers, Indiana needed one more player to step up to keep the defense for the Scarlet Knights honest.
It began so promisingly, with a barrage of 3-pointers from Al Durham sprinkled in with some nifty pick-and-roll plays that resulted in easy Trayce Jackson-Davis baskets.
BLOOMINGTON – Circling the globe is an adventure for anyone, but for the 1985-86 Indiana men’s basketball team, it was a life-changing event.
BLOOMINGTON – In its first meeting against Rutgers a month ago, Indiana could not get its best player established, due to the inside defensive presence of Rutgers center Myles Johnson.
BLOOMINGTON -- Indiana junior quarterback Mike Penix Jr. declared himself “on schedule if not maybe a little ahead of schedule” in his rehab from his second torn ACL in the span of three years.
BLOOMINGTON – Michigan State junior forward Aaron Henry had reason to be motivated entering Saturday’s matchup with Indiana.
BLOOMINGTON – With COVID-19 cases decreasing in Indiana and around the country, the NCAA announced Friday a limited number of fans will be allowed to attend the all-Hoosier State 2021 NCAA Tournament.
Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway discuss the status of the Big Ten as the Big Dance nears; Clay Horning suggests a new format for college wrestling and reflects on the Daytona 500; George Bremer and Bill Burt talk about the quarterback carousel in the NFL.
BLOOMINGTON -- In a game Indiana needed to stay on the right side of the NCAA Tournament bubble, the Hoosiers overcame some turnover issues with one of its best 3-point shooting games of the season.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Deputy Commissioner Keith Reed issued the following statement regarding Oklahoma’s vaccine distribution response to severe winter weather storms:
OKLAHOMA CITY — Though lawmakers will have an additional $1.8 billion to potentially spend this coming year, state leaders said they will need to be careful how they allocate that unexpected windfall.
STILLWATER, Okla. – Cattle producers need to follow recommended livestock-care checklists to mitigate significant dangers that arctic blasts bring to animal health and production, said Oklahoma State University experts.
SOUTH BEND — The efficiency that Notre Dame had been playing with offensively in recent games — the same offense that coach Mike Brey told the media earlier this week he had been “marveling” at recently — didn’t play with the same precision and consistency that had led them to five wins in seven games.
SOUTH BEND — Notre Dame’s strategy against the Hurricanes in their first meeting was an interesting one, yet it was one that seemed to work.
Bill Burt and George Bremer wrap up the NFL season; Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway pick sleeper teams to win the Big Ten title; Clay Horning enters the GOAT debate and asks whether what Tom Brady has accomplished is that unique.
All the focus is rightfully centered on who will be throwing passes for the Indianapolis Colts next season. But there’s still plenty of questions about who will be catching them as well.
On Tuesday, animal control officers with the Kokomo Humane Society picked up a little dog name Royce, whose leg had been sawed off by its owner during a botched amputation attempt, according to police.
Indiana twice stared at a potentially crippling blow to its NCAA Tournament hopes Wednesday, once at the end of regulation and once in the first overtime.
WASHINGTON — Oklahoma farmers expressed optimism about the Senate’s 51-49 vote to uphold the Trump administration’s Navigable Waters Protection Rule, which replaced an Obama-era regulation farmers feared would lead to costly litigation and limit water use on their own land.
STILLWATER — Dr. Jennifer Rudd, a veterinarian, researcher, and boarded microbiologist at the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine, discusses herd immunity.
BLOOMINGTON — There was no hesitation, no second thought. Indiana cleared the floor for sophomore guard Armaan Franklin to make a play with the score tied and the final seconds winding down in regulation Sunday against No. 8 Iowa.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Debate over the future of Oklahoma’s health care system is heating up as legislators and medical professionals argue about the wisdom of a gubernatorial plan that seeks to overhaul the state’s insurance delivery method.
Bill Burt and George Bremer make their picks for the Super Bowl; Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway discuss the where and how of the Big Ten tourney; and Clay Horning talks about the NBA and Tennessee's new football coach.
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