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Indiana coach Bill Lynch discusses a call with the official during a game against Wisconsin last season. Chris Howell | Herald-Times


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Sophomore Alex Dickerson is .06 on his batting average away from the Big Ten triple crown. Chris Howell | Herald-Times


Live at Sembower Field, Purdue at Indiana

UPDATE, End of Game

Indiana went down 1-2-3 in the 10th and the Hoosiers fall below .500 in the Big Ten. More later.


Kevin Noreen sets official visit for May 7-8

Kevin Noreen, the 6-foot-10 forward from Minnesota Transitions charter school from Minneapolis who decommitted from Boston College, said he will take on official visit to Indiana May 7-8.

“Coach Crean really, he’s been talking to me a lot lately,” said Noreen, who said the Hoosiers have not yet formally offered a scholarship. ” I think he’s a great recruiter. He just told me he had to weed out some of the problems there, and that they’re going to turn it around starting next year.”

Noreen said he’s already taken visits to Northwestern and Marquette and will visit Providence this weekend. He has scholarship offers from those schools as well as Boston College, Colorado, Oklahoma, St. Louis, UTEP, Duquesne, Virginia Commonwealth and Washington State. There is also significant interest from Iowa State, and Noreen said California and Florida have offered to take him if he would go to prep school for a year. That isn’t for academic reasons — Noreen and MTS coach John Sherman say he carries a 4.0 grade point average — but because those schools are out of scholarship space. (more…)

Offutt says he’s going to IU if financial aid package works

Walter Offutt, a former Warren Central High School star and transfer from Ohio State and Wright State, confirmed an Indianapolis Star report Thursday that he will attend Indiana as a walk-on as long as IU can produce a favorable financial aid package.

“We just want to make sure everything’s on the table and what needs to be paid for can be paid for,” Offutt said. “After we have that figured out, I’m good to go.”

The 6-foot-3 guard said he always wanted to go to Indiana but the heat the Hoosiers were under in the wake of of the Kelvin Sampson scandal made it virtually impossible and he committed to Ohio State. (more…)

Thursday discussion, 11 a.m.

Uthoff also visiting Butler, Illinois, Notre Dame

Jarrod Uthoff, the 6-foot-8 junior forward from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, who took an unofficial visit to Indiana on Wednesday, is apparently hitting up several other schools in driving distance. A source says Uthoff also visited Butler on Wednesday and will visit Notre Dame and Illinois.

Uthoff reportedly has offers from Arizona State, Creighton, Indiana State, Iowa State and Northern Iowa.

Southport guard Kellon Thomas also took an unofficial visit to Indiana on Wednesday.

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