Beautiful night to play â€” and watch â€” soccer at Armstrong Stadium. The tenth-ranked Hoosiers are looking to make it four wins in a row tonight against Cal-Santa Barbara. The Gauchos started the season at No. 10 but have fallen out of the poll in recent weeks. There’s a chance we could see an offensive shootout here as both teams have been finding the net lately. We’ll see which way the ball bounces. Kick off is scheduled for 7:30.
Kerry Johnson took up coaching basketball because of his own sonâ€™s interest in the game at a young age, and he has since had a chance to work with players at every level.
But when a player named Bawa Muniru (pronounced BOW-waa moo-KNEE-roo) arrived in Huntsville five years ago, Johnson was confronted with a job for which nothing could have prepared him.
The show begins at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday.
Here’s the release, courtesy of J.D. Campbell at IU.
The Indiana University Athletics Department will hold its annual Hoosier Hysteria on Friday, October 17 in Assembly Hall. The event will feature the IU men’s and women’s basketball teams and the IU volleyball program.
“Our players and coaches are really looking forward to this event.,” said IU men’s basketball coach Tom Crean. “It will be a great way for the fans to get to know us and for our kids to understand just how important Indiana basketball is to those who support our program.Â Our hope is to have as many former players back as possible to also be a part of this special night.”
Indiana submitted its response to the NCAA’s charge that it failed to monitor the men’s basketball program today.
The document will become a public record when the NCAA and the committee on infractions members have acknowledged receipt and the university’s lawyers have redacted the names protected by privacy laws.
We’ll be back at The Bus on the west side of Memorial Stadium Stadium Saturday from 10:30 to 11:30 for our pregame report that you can watch live at HTO.
Our guests before Indiana’s conference opener against Michigan State will be former Hoosier coach Bill Mallory and 1979 Big Ten MVP Tim Clifford, who will be inducted into the IU Athletics Hall of Fame Friday night.
If you can’t make it to the stadium yourself, join us before the game. We’ll also have our usual fan chat during the game here at The Hoosier Scoop.