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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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  • Coffee Companion (4/23): Hat trick of homers against Orioles, why Phelps returned, and more

    Coffee Companion (4/23): Hat trick of homers against Orioles, why Phelps returned, and more
    Last night's thunderstorms matched the gloom Orioles fans likely felt on their couches as the series opener with the Blue Jays progressed, so you’re forgiven for not reading up on the rest of the night's action. That's why blogger/reporter Jon Meoli...
  • Maryland's home football game against Michigan State will be in prime time

    Maryland's home football game against Michigan State on Nov. 15 will be a prime-time kickoff on the Big Ten Network. The network announced a six-game prime-time schedule Tuesday morning. It included an 8 p.m. start time for the Terps' game against the...
  • Indiana drops USF, picks up FIU for 2015 and 2016

    Indiana drops USF, picks up FIU for 2015 and 2016
      Indiana University officials announced they had dropped USF from its future football schedule, replacing the Bulls with Florida International instead. The move, which was first reported by the Indianapolis Star, will cost $750,000 according to the...
  • Maryland target Kenny Johnson joins Louisville staff

    Maryland target Kenny Johnson joins Louisville staff
    Maryland's attempt to lure highly-touted recruiter Kenny Johnson back to his alma mater has proven to be unsuccessful. A source in College Park confirmed late Monday that Johnson, a 1999 Maryland graduate, had taken an offer to join Rick Pitino’...
  • Former Duke star Josh McRoberts connects all the Charlotte Bobcats' dots

    Imagine all the text messages and voicemails Steve Clifford received when he was named coach of the Charlotte Bobcats last spring. Most were congratulations from longtime colleagues. Two others were specific to the roster Clifford would inherit....
  • Thoughts on replacing Scott Spinelli, Nick Faust's possible landing spots and baseball

    Thoughts on replacing Scott Spinelli, Nick Faust's possible landing spots and baseball
    Baltimore Sun reporter Don Markus and producer-editor Jonas Shaffer weigh in on three topics from the past week in Maryland sports. Who is going to replace Scott Spinelli on Mark Turgeon’s staff? Don Markus:  The only name that has surfaced...
  • Wisconsin turns back Purdue

    MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin's final home game of the 2013-'14 college basketball season reaffirmed that UW and Purdue, are moving in opposite directions. Wisconsin is on the rise and headed for a lofty seeding in the NCAA Tournament. Purdue is poised to miss...
  • John Clay: Fun facts from the Final Four

    Random Final Four notes: With the exception of Florida, which has won 30 straight games, every Final Four team had to handle a stretch of hard times. After a 16-0 start, Wisconsin lost five of its next six games. Kentucky lost three of its last four...
  • Wisconsin team of 2000 lost to Michigan State in Final Four

    Andy Kowske was on vacation in Jamaica with his wife's extended family, organizing a Wisconsin watch party. Charlie Wills was in Las Vegas, glued to the TV in his hotel room. Mike Kelley was at his sister's house in Arlington Heights, Ill., with relatives...
  • Two-and-done? Not so fast

    Two-and-done? Not so fast
    New NBA commissioner Adam Silver's desire to force players to stay in college for two years was a big topic of discussion at McDonald's All-American Games' events this week. Fab Fiver and longtime NBA guard Jalen Rose, who broadcast the game for ESPN,...
  • Teel Time: On Kentucky's seed, ACC's decline, UConn breaking champions' mold

    Teel Time: On Kentucky's seed, ACC's decline, UConn breaking champions' mold
    College basketball season is over, but some of us are loath to let go. So before gazing ahead to next season and diving into summer recruiting, some numbers and observations from yet another compelling NCAA tournament. **Rather than marvel at an...