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Indiana Hoosiers

Hoosiers is the nickname of the sports teams at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. The school colors are crimson and cream. The Hoosiers joined the Big Ten Conference on December 1, 1899, and 22 teams currently represent the university.
Hoosiers is the nickname of the sports teams at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. The school colors are crimson and cream. The Hoosiers joined the Big Ten Conference on December 1, 1899, and 22 teams currently represent the university. « Show less

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  • Big Ten hopes future schedules pay off with playoff berth

    The Sports Xchange By Jack McCarthy, The Sports Xchange Big Ten hopes future schedules pay off with playoff berth CHICAGO -- The Big Ten's expansion to nine conference games in 2016 will enable each school to face every Big Ten team at least once in...
  • NCAA finally does the right thing with concussion proposal

    I woke up on a stretcher. I still can't remember hitting the receiver or anybody removing my helmet and shoulder pads, the way Ball State trainers did after a nasty collision during football practice one day in 1989. By the time I was alert enough...
  • Maryland on a learning curve this season

    The Sports Xchange By Jack McCarthy, The Sports Xchange Maryland on a learning curve this season CHICAGO -- Maryland and the Big Ten will quickly find out a lot about each other in their first year together. Terrapins coach Randy Edsall said he's...
  • Indiana's Wilson: Coleman poised for 'solid' season

    Indiana coach Kevin Wilson wouldn't go so far as to say Tevin Coleman was poised for a "breakout" seasons, but Wilson likes the future for the junior tailback from Tinley Park.  "I'm looking forward to Tevin having a solid year, a strong year," Wilson...
  • Delany criticizes NCAA's enforcement process

    CHICAGO Big Ten commissioner Jim Delany says he isn't happy with the NCAA's enforcement process. He discussed the need for improvements Monday on the first day of the conference's media days. Delany said he doesn't think the NCAA has been effective in...
  • Big Ten commissioner: 'We need a system that works'

    Words not normally associated with Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany: measured, mild, tame. But that's what Delany was Monday, especially compared with cohorts Mike Slive (SEC) and Bob Bowlsby (Big 12). Bowslby mocked NCAA enforcement by saying:...
  • Former Illini player died practicing in Minnesota

    Former Niles West, Illini player dies practicing
    Former Illinois offensive lineman Shawn Afryl died of cardiac arrest Monday night, according to his former high school football coach. Afryl was 22. He collapsed while practicing with a few teammates at Winona State University in Minnesota, where he had...
  • Three-star cornerback Mike Majette commits to Terps

    Three-star cornerback Mike Majette commits to Terps
      On Saturday, Maryland lost a cornerback from its 2015 recruiting class when Kareem Ali decommitted. Two days later, the Terps have replaced him with another cornerback. Three-star corner Mike Majette from Woodbridge, Va., confirmed Monday...
  • Indiana University student among those in Malaysia Airlines crash

    Indiana University student among those in Malaysia Airlines crash
    An Indiana University student was among those killed in the Malaysia Airlines jet crash Thursday, university officials announced. Karlijn Keijzer, 25, was a doctoral student in chemistry at the university and an avid rower who once competed on the...
  • Notre Dame coaches eye targets on summer hoops recruiting trail

    Notre Dame coaches eye targets on summer hoops recruiting trail
    Wednesday marks the beginning of the summer evaluating period in college basketball. That means coaches will be spending quality time at airports, comparing hotel breakfast spreads and watching a lot of high schoolers compete while hoping they can land...
  • Big Ten schools could afford to pay athletes

    Big Ten schools could afford to pay athletes
    Like a five-star high school recruit in his senior year, college athletics is at a crossroads. Pressure from current players, former players and lawsuits means a system of paying college students to play sports is finally getting serious attention....