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VIDEO: Indiana University Men’s Soccer Media Availability – 8/23/2016


Goalkeeper Colin Webb and Defender Grant Lillard address the media during availability on August 23, 2016.

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Everyone’s back on campus, classes have started — it’s time for an updated roster #iubb

The last of Indiana’s 2016 recruits arrived on Sunday. Classes on the Bloomington campus began Monday.

By Tuesday, it was time to peek at an updated basketball roster.

As Alex Bozich of Inside The Hall points out, IU’s sophomores made some serious gains in the weight room during the off-season. Juwan Morgan has gone from 205 pounds to 230 pounds, O.G. Anunoby went from 215 pounds to 235, Thomas Bryant gained 10 pounds and is now listed at 255.

Follow along after the jump to take a quick look at the full roster, jersey numbers included. (more…)

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Johns likes what he sees from Lagow #iufb

Size and skill are only part of the equation that makes Richard Lagow the frontrunner to win Indiana’s open starting quarterback job.

His ongoing development from spring practice to the edge of the season’s start is another encouraging sign in his favor.

Although coach Kevin Wilson has not officially named Lagow Indiana’s top quarterback — and he isn’t likely to update the competition until Friday, at the earliest — all signs point to the junior college transfer as Indiana’s guy behind center first on Sept. 1 at Florida International.

Last week, Wilson said Lagow was receiving the bulk of the work at quarterback, and from his view, offensive coordinator Kevin Johns says he’s been encouraged with Lagow’s performance this month.

The next step in the developmental process for the 6-foot-6, 240-pound Texan is getting him the on-field experience that he needs.

“He’s playing with more confidence,” Johns said. “There are always things to work on, and I think for him it’s just going to be some game experience. I think he’s gonna learn just a ton in this first game, and he’s gonna take that and continue to grow from week to week this season.” (more…)

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VIDEO: Catching up with Running Backs Coach Deland McCullough


Coach McCullough talks about the Fumble Pro and the other tools he and the team use to help prevent fumbles.

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Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Indiana is shuffling its talented and versatile freshmen around in hopes of adding playmakers to the offense, Mike writes.

Bloomington native and IU men’s soccer sophomore Jeremiah Gutjahr added to his U.S. national team experience this summer, I wrote.

From over the weekend, Indiana is hoping for bigger things from a bigger Nick Westbrook in his sophomore season as a wide receiver, Mike wrote.

2. IT’S INDIANA
IU defensive coordinator Tom Allen has the passion, but the question remains if he can have the success the Hoosiers have lacked on that side of the ball, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Nobody’s overlooking under-the-radar IU running back Devine Redding this year, Alex McCarthy writes for the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.

Danny Friend is fitting the bill at tight end for the Hoosiers, Taylor Lehman of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Jonathan Crawford is looking to make improvement on a strong freshman season as a sophomore safety for the Hoosiers, Terry Hutchens of CNHI writes.

Watch Tom Crean give a postgame speech to the Baltimore Ravens after their exhibition game with the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday night, via baltimoreravens.com.

Take a look at the IU basketball freshmen and JUCO transfer Freddie McSwain on the first day of school, via IU assistant athletic director Marni Mooney.

Despite throwing the game-winning touchdown for the Redskins last Friday, former Hoosier QB Nate Sudfeld is eager to learn from his mistakes, Anthony Gulizia of the Washington Times writes.

A look at the IU secondary, which finished next to last in yards allowed per game last season, by Lydia Knoll of HoosierHuddle.com.

The full schedule for IU basketball will be released soon, but here’s a closer look at the known non-conference opponents for the 2016-17 season, by Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Hoosier Morning is back, school is back and Steve Winwood is “Back in the High Life Again.”

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Feeney named preseason All-American by ESPN #iufb

Dan Feeney is beginning his senior year exactly how he left off as a junior.

With an ESPN All-American selection.

Feeney earned the preseason nod from the network on Monday, adding to his list of recent honors. The Indiana right guard was also named a preseason All-American by Athlon Sports, while the Football Writers Association of American included Feeney on its watch list for the Outland Trophy, which goes to the nation’s top interior lineman.

“An ESPN.com first team All-American in 2015, Feeney has allowed only one sack in his career and has helped pave the way for a 2,000-yard rusher in 2014 (Tevin Coleman) and one of the nation’s top all-around offenses in 2015,” ESPN’s Brian Bennett wrote.

Feeney is one of six players from the Big Ten to make ESPN’s list, joining Michigan tight end Jake Butt, Ohio State center Pat Elflein, Buckeyes linebacker Raekwon McMillan, Michigan State defensive tackle Malik McDowell and Iowa corner Desmond King.

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VIDEO: Indiana University Football Media Availability – 8/22/2016


Junior LB Tegray Scales talks to reporters after practice on August 22, 2016.

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Women's Basketball

IUWBB: Non-conference schedule update

Posted by in Women's Basketball on Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016 at 4:24 PM.

We sat down with Teri Moren for an interview about Indiana’s offseason. There will be a feature in Monday’s paper about some of the Hoosiers’ new pieces, including freshmen Ria Gulley, Bre Wickware and Darby Foresman.

But, in the meantime, we have also learned more details about IU’s non-conference schedule.

IU will round out its non-conference slate with trips to North Texas and Chattanooga, match ups with Florida and Stony Brook in the Florida Sunshine Classic and a visit from Oakland.

In April, it was revealed that IU would play Auburn, Vanderbilt, Western Kentucky, Southeastern Missouri and Presbyterian. The Hoosiers will also play N.C. State in the Big-Ten ACC Challenge.

Chattanooga, Auburn and Florida made the NCAA tournament in 2015-16. Western Kentucky played in the WNIT. That provides the Hoosiers with formidable competition before entering Big Ten play, a formula Moren believes helped IU’s resume when they were on the NCAA bubble in ’15-16.

The trip to North Texas is significant because it allows Gulley and Wickware, along with sophomore Danielle Williams, a chance to return to their home state.



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