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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

Top Indiana Hoosiers Articles

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  • 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 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...
  • As Final Four arrives, Indiana amends controversial law

    INDIANAPOLIS The list of cancellations for appearances in Indiana were piling up like flights at a snowed-in airport, but these had nothing to do with the weather. Visiting lecturers, convention-goers and entertainers like Nick Offerman, the actor who...
  • Will Indiana law force 2016 women's Final Four to relocate?

    As pressure builds for the repeal or revision of Indiana's new religious objection law, the NCAA faces a decision about whether to look for a new venue for next year's women's Final Four. NCAA President Mark Emmert has indicated the Indianapolis-...
  • John O'Malley's primer on the upcoming girls softball season

    John O'Malley's primer on the upcoming girls softball season
    5 Teams to Watch 1. Crown Point: Despite losing six seniors, coach Ginger Britton's group remains the area's top dog. With the outstanding pitching combo of Oregon commit Miranda Elish — last year's Indiana Gatorade Player of the Year —...
  • UConn women must boycott Final Four

    UConn women must boycott Final Four
    In response to the firestorm over discrimination laws in Indiana, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy has signed an executive order banning all state-sponsored travel to the Hoosier State. “When laws turn back the clock of progress, we can’...
  • These teams survived March Madness, but who will go all the way?

    These teams survived March Madness, but who will go all the way?
    We said goodbye to March, but the biggest games of the NCAA tournament are still to come! The semifinals — better known as the Final Four — begin Sat., April 4 in Indianapolis with Kentucky going head-to-head with Wisconsin and Michigan...
  • Rutter: Indiana's Legion of Stupid comes out of its closet

    Rutter: Indiana's Legion of Stupid comes out of its closet
    If you're going to do something really dumb, you need helpers and allies. So Indiana Gov. Mike Pence insisted his brain-linked legislature pass a "Religion Restoration" law that elevates religious bigotry against gay Hoosiers to the official policy of...
  • Connecticut staff to boycott Final Four in Indiana because of new law

    Connecticut staff to boycott Final Four in Indiana because of new law
    Add Connecticut Coach Kevin Ollie and his staff to the list of people not making trips to Indiana this week because of the state's new Religious Freedom Restoration Act. In response to Indiana's new law, which many contend will allow for businesses to...
  • Wisconsin's to-do list has one last check remaining

    MADISON, Wis. The script Bo Ryan's players penned collectively so many months ago has reached the final chapter, just as they expected. Big Ten regular season title? Check. Big Ten tournament title? Check. Second consecutive Final Four appearance?...
  • Pence wants religious freedom law fixed, backlash continues

    Pence wants religious freedom law fixed, backlash continues
    A weary Gov. Mike Pence conceded Tuesday there's a "perception" problem with the state's new religious freedom law and he wants the General Assembly to fix it, clarifying it doesn't sanction discrimination. Pence said he wants the legislation on his...