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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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  • NCAA, others must show Indiana that discrimination is bad for business

    NCAA, others must show Indiana that discrimination is bad for business
    If it were feasible on such short notice to relocate the college men's basketball Final Four, set to tip off next weekend in Indianapolis, the NCAA would have to consider it. For everyone's sake. Indiana decreed Thursday that what people believe can...
  • Bruins' Steve Alford can count on a coaching forebear: his dad, Sam

     Bruins' Steve Alford can count on a coaching forebear: his dad, Sam
    The phone rings at 2 a.m. in a lakefront home in a wooded hamlet in southern Indiana. The old coach smiles. He's been waiting for the call. He picks it up and hears a voice that's been in his ear for 50 years, going from the squeal of a child to the...
  • The shame of Indiana's new 'religious freedom' law

    The shame of Indiana's new 'religious freedom' law
    I have a few basic rules when it comes to laws. 1) If you have to emphatically reassure citizens that your law won’t result in discrimination, it might be a bad law. 2) If you speak out proudly about the importance of your law and it garners...
  • Top things to do in the suburbs, from skydiving to feeding bison

    Top things to do in the suburbs, from skydiving to feeding bison
    Chicago is a pretty great place to visit. But if you've seen all the tourist trappings and the thought of going to the city has you breaking out in hives, then perhaps it's time to check out all the cool things the suburbs have to offer. From indoor...
  • Quickly for March 26: 'What were the Bears thinking?'

    What's Quickly? It's where readers sound off on the issues of the day. Have a quote, question or quip? Call Quickly at (312) 222-2426 or email quickly@post-trib.com. If we don't get rid of chain saws, there's not going to be any trees left. Give it a...
  • Tyler Ulis's impact at Kentucky not a surprise

    Tyler Ulis's impact at Kentucky not a surprise
    There may be some college basketball observers surprised by the success of Kentucky freshman Tyler Ulis. Just don't include the many locals who watched Ulis dominate the competition during a four-year reign at Marian Catholic among the naysayers. Many...
  • Come March Madness, Michigan State's Tom Izzo works his magic

    Come March Madness, Michigan State's Tom Izzo works his magic
    The calendar said March 1, but Tom Izzo knew better. It's not March until the brackets come out. So on the day that followed Feb. 28, Izzo set a lineup at Wisconsin that didn't include his most important player. He benched the bruising Branden Dawson,...
  • Maryland freshmen Melo Trimble and Jared Nickens no wallflowers at their first Big Dance

    Maryland freshmen Melo Trimble and Jared Nickens no wallflowers at their first Big Dance
    Ever since they kept Maryland competitive against Virginia in early December despite the absence of injured star Dez Wells, Mark Turgeon's freshmen have saved the Terps on numerous occasions. Friday night, two of the freshmen helped fourth-seeded...
  • Remaining 'unselfish' key to Terps' offense

    Remaining 'unselfish' key to Terps' offense
    Just as Maryland coach Mark Turgeon had to make personnel adjustments in his starting lineup and rotation when faced with early-season injuries and midseason slumps, there were times when he also had to tweak his offense. As efficient as the Terps...
  • Disappointed or not, Terps aren't taking NCAA tournament appearance for granted

    Disappointed or not, Terps aren't taking NCAA tournament appearance for granted
    From the time they emerged from a team meeting in the basement of coach Mark Turgeon’s home Sunday night, the Maryland players and Turgeon himself have tried to move forward from the shocking image they saw displayed on the living room’s big...
  • Terps transfer Robert Carter Jr. pays his way to Chicago for Big Ten tournament

    Terps transfer Robert Carter Jr. pays his way to Chicago for Big Ten tournament
    The tallest Maryland men's basketball fan at United Center sat nearly anonymously in the crowd for Saturday’s Big Ten Conference tournament semifinal against Michigan State, dressed in a red-and-black beanie and a red warmup jacket, rooting for a...