Indiana to play Bryant on Nov. 9

26 comments by   |   Tuesday, August 28, 2012 - 5:58 pm EDT

Bryant released its schedule and said that it will play Indiana at Assembly Hall on Nov. 9. This will most likely be Indiana’s season opener, and it could be the final game on Indiana’s non-conference schedule that had not previously been announced.

As compiled by Inside the Hall (thanks Alex Bozich) the non-conference schedule appears to look like so. There are no true non-conference road games, and the only time the Hoosiers will leave the state of Indiana is for the Legends Classic in Brooklyn, N.Y.. Of course, the Hoosiers will also play North Carolina and either Georgetown or UCLA. So there’s that.

Bryant on Nov. 9
· Legends Classic at Assembly Hall
– vs. North Dakota State on Nov. 12
– vs. Sam Houston State on Nov. 15
· Legends Classic at Barclays Center
– vs. Georgia at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 19 on ESPNU.
– Will play either Georgetown or UCLA on Nov. 20 on ESPNU or ESPN.
· vs. Ball State on Nov. 25
· Big Ten-ACC Challenge: vs. North Carolina on Nov. 27 at 9:30 p.m. on ESPN.
· vs. Coppin State on Dec. 1
· vs. Central Connecticut State on Dec. 8
· Crossroads Classic: vs. Butler at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Dec. 15
· vs. Mount St. Mary’s on Dec. 19
· vs. Florida Atlantic on Dec. 21
· vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 28

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26 comments:
#1
Hoosier Hock
Tuesday, August 28, 2012 - 7:17 PM EDT

How would one get 4 tickets to one of these cupcake games other then stubhub?

 
#2
Aaron
Tuesday, August 28, 2012 - 9:24 PM EDT

@Hoosier Hock: If you mean the Mt St. Mary’s, Florida Atlantic or the Jacksonville game on Dec. 19, 21 and 28 respectively over break just wait until the schedule is officially released and call the ticket office for great seats as these games are not in the student package.

If you mean any of the other ‘cupcake’ games those are sold out already just like all other games. Also the 1st Big Ten game or two will be while students are still on break as well and you can again call the ticket office for great seats to those.

What I am getting at is any of the 4 or 5 winter break games will have all the 7,800 student tickets re-released to the public and go on sale as soon as the schedule is released. The other 15 or so games which are in the student package has the the ENTIRE Assembly Hall COMPLETELY sold out via season tickets and Stubhub is your only option for those.

 
#3
Lord of the Jersey Boys
Tuesday, August 28, 2012 - 11:08 PM EDT

Did everyone catch the Chris Christie keynote speech at the GOP convention?

 
#4
Chet
Tuesday, August 28, 2012 - 11:23 PM EDT

I can’t even look at still photos of him. He doesn’t even look human.

 
#5
WestCoast Hoosier
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 12:03 AM EDT

Bryant?

Does Kobe know about this?

I thought the only professional team we ever played was Kentucky.

Ok. Ok. Silly season….no games yet.

 
#6
Harvard for Hillbillies
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 8:30 AM EDT

Tom Crean ‏@TomCrean

We will soon be launching a twitter site for Indiana Basketball. It will have more stories, pictures, interviews etc. on our team.

Interesting. Does this mean Church Lady will have to start showing a hint of cleavage to recover from the hit of the resultant plummeting viewership numbers?

Sorry, Joyce. McCracken is no longer your Christian billboard.

 
#7
Harvard for Hillbillies
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 9:28 AM EDT

Open the link to Tom Crean’s Twitter page. Do you still see the name of Indiana University? Interesting. Today is a proud day for IU.

 
#8
Hoosier Clarion
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 10:06 AM EDT

From my own personal standpoint and the 6 closest people in my life(wife, 3 sons, 2 daughters-in-law & Mother)no one follows anyone on twitter and I could not care less. HfH you are on the losing side of another one.

 
#9
Harvard for Hillbillies
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 10:18 AM EDT

Not this one, Clarion. I was on the winning side of this one. Far more importantly, Indiana proved they still believe in the voice of those not so significant. Many a school has turned their back on that lesson for the mighty lure of the dollar in the world of college athletics. I wish we could hang a banner for this day.

 
#10
Chris
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 12:50 PM EDT

Idk what the hell y’all are talking about, but, I see 11-2 to 13-0 with this sched. Could lose to either G’town or UCLA, & UNC. Well, for that matter we could lose to anyone, but realisticly I don’t think Georgia or Butler will beat us.

 
#11
Chet
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 2:17 PM EDT

I interact with lots of kids in college and they don’t follow Twitter, either. I sure don’t know anyone over 25 that does.

 
#12
Podunker
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 2:53 PM EDT

HforH, you really seem obsessed with Crean. You attack him at every turn. Most interesting is that you often attack his expressions of his faith. Your comments suggest that your obsession has become increasingly irrational. I agree with Hoosier Clarion and Chet, no one I know follows anyone on Twitter. No one I know cares what anyone says on Twitter. Why do you? If you dislike Crean so much, why would you spend any time looking at what he tweets? If you think your comments about Crean are going to change Hoosier fans’ opinion of him, you’re kidding yourself. In fact, your attacks on him will probably serve to have the opposite affect, making more people want to defend him.

You’re not gaining any influence amongst the Hoosier faithful. So why continue do behave this way? Seriously, you need to focus on something more positive and let your disdain for Crean dissipate. You’re not going to get him fired, and he’s going to be at Indiana for a long, long time. So all you’re doing is grinding your teeth, which makes an annoying sounds and will eventually cause you problems. There are far more important issues about IU sports to focus on. I suggest you direct your time, energy and highly creative writing skills toward something new.

Be at peace.

 
#13
Harvard for Hillbillies
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 3:41 PM EDT

This wasn’t about numbers, Chet. This was a banner day. Indiana stood tall where others have crumbled. This isn’t about flags and limestone and patting ourselves on the back.

This was the flame of liberty and her eternal stride to do right. Indiana kept her in the heart of cream and crimson on this grand day she put that spirit on display. Such is the powerful voice in shadows of night that holds our tiny and insignificant hands together as the model for freedom.

Spring has returned this warm summer day and hope sings from the perch of the youngest a robin on principles eternally vibrant as the day hatched in Philadelphia. Did you not hear the baby robin sing sweetly from the maple tree outside the ‘Hall’ when pointed quills dipped into ink of freedom’s call?

She gave such an insignificant tweet where cannon bombs of justice did fall.

 
#14
Harvard for Hillbillies
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 3:50 PM EDT

correction(faulty link):

She gave such an insignificant tweet where cannon bombs of justice did fall.

Proud day for IU.

 
#15
Harvard for Hillbillies
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 4:15 PM EDT

And I wish you peace, Podunker. You’ve always seemed like a very fair man with a good heart.

This is a good time to once again thank Dustin. Thank you, Dustin.

 
#16
Harvard for Hillbillies
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 4:33 PM EDT

I just wanted to send this small and insignificant present to Chet.

Please accept it with friendly middle finger poking at small rib.

Go Hoosier Football!!

 
#17
Chet
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 5:15 PM EDT

That was great, Harvard.

If only…

 
#18
TsaoTsuG
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 6:38 PM EDT

Chet, HfH…I don’t know anyone with an IQ over 25 who follows Twitter.

 
#19
Harvard for Hillbillies
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 6:44 PM EDT

That doesn’t say much for our coach. Proud day for IU.

Tsao- A humble gift for you.

 
#20
Hoosier Clarion
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 7:25 PM EDT

HFH, you are losing again! Recognize the trend and change course.

 
#21
Harvard for Hillbillies
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 7:32 PM EDT

Rejoice, Clarion. No exclamations marks needed this glorious moment. The Lord works in mysterious ways. A humble voice was raised up today. Banner day. Very important banner. I’m happy and proud of my alma mater.

 
#22
Harvard for Hillbillies
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 7:37 PM EDT

The Hoosier Twitter ship has sailed and Tom Crean ain’t on it….(Sorry, couldn’t resist. Just consider it your present. I’m in a giving mood). Now I’m just getting giddy.

 
#23
Hoosier Clarion
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 7:45 PM EDT

Here is a gift, you are still losing.

 
#24
Harvard for Hillbillies
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 7:54 PM EDT

You will always be a classic, Clarion. That’s why I love ya.

 
#25
TsaoTsuG
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 8:10 PM EDT

HfH- thanks, great, great gift. Watch Remy’s eyes when he is talking…they ‘think’ and focus on his thought…we were given a gift (by the Big Defender on the Floor Above) when he was available and saw himself in the candy stripes. My idea of a Hoosier! Thanks, great video (YouTube w. Remy Abell, five stars). (BTW, reminds me of Quinn Buckner).

 
#26
Dust in the wind
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 - 8:36 PM EDT

Thank God for Tom Crean. Best thing that happened to Indiana in over 192 years.

 


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