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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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  • Terps will be No. 4 seed in first NCAA tournament appearance since 2010

    Terps will be No. 4 seed in first NCAA tournament appearance since 2010
    This was part of the reason Mark Turgeon took the Maryland coaching job four years ago to succeed retiring future Hall of Famer Gary Williams. It was part of the reason Jake Layman stayed in College Park last spring after three players he was...
  • With top-heavy bracket, look for chalk to prevail in NCAA tournament

     With top-heavy bracket, look for chalk to prevail in NCAA tournament
    At the risk of alarming Virginia and Duke faithful, a confession: Bracket chaos has followed me like a stray puppy for the last five NCAA tournaments. Our fling began in 2010 where many flirtations commence: New Orleans. There I saw Old Dominion, an...
  • NCAA tournament preview: Midwest Region

    NCAA tournament preview: Midwest Region
    A preview of the NCAA tournament's Midwest Regional: THURSDAY :: LOUISVILLE, Ky. 1 Kentucky (34-0, Southeastern champion) vs. 16 Play-in winner (See matchup below) Kentucky, the tournament’s top overall seed, has a deep roster. No men’...
  • March Madness memories flood Orlando Magic players this time of year

    March Madness memories flood Orlando Magic players this time of year
    Kyle O'Quinn will never forget his one shining moment in the NCAA Tournament. On March 16, 2012, exactly three years ago Monday, O'Quinn and his Norfolk State Spartans teammates completed one of the biggest upsets in the history of March Madness. They...
  • Kentucky and UCLA separated by more than brackets in NCAA tournament

    Kentucky and UCLA separated by more than brackets in NCAA tournament
    It was two different Selection Sundays for the two greatest men's college basketball programs in the history of the NCAA tournament. First off, one of the teams was anointed, not selected. Kentucky, winner of eight national titles, earned the top...
  • Big Ten winners and losers on Selection Sunday

    Big Ten winners and losers on Selection Sunday
    Couldn't Scott Barnes have lied? C'mon, Mr. NCAA Selection Committee Chairman. Did you really have to admit that Wisconsin would have been a No. 1 seed regardless of how the Big Ten tournament played out? OK, OK. We appreciate the honesty. And it's...
  • Can anyone beat Kentucky in NCAA tournament?

     Can anyone beat Kentucky in NCAA tournament?
    Everybody's talking about Kentucky, the most heralded college basketball team this season. It's almost as if the biggest question is who is the second-best team in America? (And, no, you can't choose Kentucky's bench.) The most serious question...
  • Indiana sends five teams to NCAA tournament

    Indiana sends five teams to NCAA tournament
    Indiana believes it plays the best basketball in the Midwest. This year, five schools will have a chance to prove it. Butler, Indiana, Notre Dame, Purdue and Valparaiso were all placed in the NCAA Tournament's 16-team Midwest Region, ending any...
  • NCAA bracket expert 'Jersey Guy' never doubted UCLA's credentials

    NCAA bracket expert 'Jersey Guy' never doubted UCLA's credentials
    People still shocked that UCLA made the NCAA Tournament obviously were not following a retired bracket "expert" from New Jersey working for free out of his living room in Scituate, Mass. Mark Blaudschun, a former Boston Globe college sports columnist who...
  • Kentucky Tops AP Poll For Entire Season

    Kentucky, the overall No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, is the first team since Duke in 1991-92 to hold the No. 1 spot in the AP poll for the entire season. The Wildcats, who were a unanimous No. 1 for the last seven polls and 11 weeks overall, are the...
  • Area grads are difference makers for NCAA-bound teams

    Getting stoked for the Big Dance, are you? Chill, fellow couch potatoes. Take a deep breath. Before the next few weeks of emotional highs and lows unfold I'd like to remind you what a good year it was for Northwest Indiana talent. I would be derelict...