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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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  • Connecticut governor lifts ban on state travel to Indiana

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has lifted a ban on state-funded travel to Indiana after that state amended a new religious freedom law to include protections from discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. Malloy said in a statement Saturday...
  • USC Now mailbag: Pat Haden, quarterback recruiting and dance competitions

    USC Now mailbag: Pat Haden, quarterback recruiting and dance competitions
    As spring practice moves toward its final week, I might need to consider soliciting dance-off videos from USC Now readers to liven up the mailbag. Or maybe I’ll just force Gary Klein to dance in our next USC Now spring practice video. I’...
  • Kentucky tries to keep things perfect vs. Wisconsin

    INDIANAPOLIS — Next in the way of Kentucky's perfect season: Frank the Tank and his fun-loving band of Wisconsin teammates. Player of the Year Frank Kaminsky and the Badgers were so loose they were giggling on the podium during their interviews...
  • Emmert's stance puts the NCAA on offense for a change

    Mark Emmert is still standing. At this Final Four, he's looking like a leader, too. The NCAA president, who famously ended his debacle of a Final Four news conference two years ago with, "I'm still standing. I know you're disappointed," has been striking...
  • Pole vaulters from Lake Forest raise competitive bar in college

    Pole vaulters from Lake Forest raise competitive bar in college
    For the past few years, the Lake County spotlight in girls track and field has been focused on Warren's Brittny Ellis. And with good reason — the senior won the state title in the 400-meter dash in 2012 and 2013 and finished third last year. But...
  • Anti-sex trafficking efforts underway in Indianapolis area

    Indiana officials have launched a statewide awareness and education campaign against child sex trafficking as the NCAA Final Four men's basketball championship is held in Indianapolis this weekend. Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller is calling it...
  • NCAA to examine events in other states after law dispute

    NCAA President Mark Emmert made it clear the association wouldn't tolerate discrimination and was willing to take its business out of Indiana if the state's religious objections law wasn't fixed to his satisfaction. Whether he and the NCAA's leaders...
  • Indiana, Arkansas try to stem religious objections uproar

    Two states roiled by criticism over new religious objections laws are looking to move forward after taking different approaches to changing the legislation to ease concerns about discrimination. The governors of Indiana and Arkansas signed bills Thursday...
  • Mark Story: This Final Four boasts star power like few others

    INDIANAPOLIS Indiana may be more Heartland than Hollywood, but on Saturday celebrity-level glamour will descend on the Hoosier State. The 2015 Final Four could light up the Las Vegas Strip with its star power. National Player of the Year favorite, Frank...
  • Luke DeCock: NCAA took stand on Indiana religious freedom law

    INDIANAPOLIS Right about the time the Final Four teams were getting their first look at the court set up at Lucas Oil Stadium on Thursday, the governor of Indiana was doing some fancy dribbling of his own a few blocks away at the state capitol. One...
  • NCAA President: Issue of Indiana law more important than basketball

     NCAA President: Issue of Indiana law more important than basketball
    INDIANAPOLIS — NCAA President Mark Emmert said Thursday he had considered the option of moving the organization's headquarters and said the association would look more closely at potentially discriminatory laws before awarding bids for future...