About a week ago in one of our Q&A sessions, someone asked about the new football uniforms and when they might be unveiled. Pat Kraft, Indiana’s senior assistant athletic director for marketing, says IU is still in back and forth discussions with Adidas about style and feel and such, so the initial hope that the Hoosiers might wear them in the spring game on April 17 won’t happen. He said it’s possible that IU could unveil the jerseys that day, maybe putting a jersey on display somewhere, but there’s no way of outfitting the entire team by that point.
Speaking of the spring game, Kraft says IU’s marketing department plans on turning it up a notch for that. He said he’ll have a better idea of what that means specifically at around the beginning of April.
Moses Abraham will likely take his visit to Indiana on Tuesday, a source close to the situation said Thursday, confirming a report by Scout.com.
The 6-foot-9 senior forward from Nigeria, currently playing for Progressive Christian Academy in Temple Hills, Md., is also expected to play in the Kentucky Derby Festival All=Star Classic on April 10 in Louisville, Ky., the source said.
Abraham, a four-star recruit, was expected to announce his decision between Georgetown and Indiana earlier this week, but pushed it back in part to take this visit. He has also visited Georgetown, Maryland and Tennessee.
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Armon Bassett celebrates Ohio winning the MAC Tournament and advancing to the NCAA Tournament. Associated Press
If there is anything the friendly members of the Hoosier Scoop community love, it’s good competition and debate.
So, in that vein, let’s see who can win the Hoosier Scoop bracket challenge.
We’ll host it here, at HeraldTimesOnline.com. Do not worry — it is free. You’ll just have to fill out a simple form and create a name.
When you’re done, leave your username in comments or e-mail it to me at [email protected] I’ll send you an invite to the group.
And 4guards, I am fully expecting you to pick New Mexico to go all the way.
Bloomington North running back D’Angelo Roberts runs against Center Grove during the 2009 season. Jeremy Hogan | Herald-Times
Moses Abraham is pushing back his college decision so that he can take a visit to Indiana, a source close to the situation said Tuesday.
Abraham, a 6-foot-9 center originally from Nigeria but living in the Washington, D.C. area, met with Hoosiers head coach Tom Crean Tuesday evening on the first day of a week-long period during which coaches can visit recruits. He agreed to visit Bloomington in the coming weeks. He is also considering Georgetown, and has visited Tennessee and Maryland.
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