Five letters in; IU expects Muniru’s tomorrow

By   |   Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2008 - 8:43 PM   |   13 comments

Five of Indiana’s six 2009 recruits have submitted their letters of intent to the school, The Herald-Times has learned.

Only Bawa Muniru, the 6-11 center originally from Ghana, has yet to submit his paperwork. The delay is not unexpected: Muniru is attending Mt. Zion in Durham, N.C., while his guardians are in Alabama. So there’s a faxing/mailing issue. The hope within the program is that Muniru’s signing is completed by tomorrow’s 2 p.m. press conference, so that head coach Tom Crean can discuss him.

Christian Watford is holding a press conference later in the week, but he did send his letter in today according to sources close to the program.



Creek a Hoosier

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Watford delaying his signing?

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Elston a Hoosier

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Video from Hulls signing

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IU: Please buy tickets … pretty please

By   |   Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2008 - 2:04 PM   |   8 comments

From IU sports information:

The Indiana University Department of Athletics is offering an outstanding opportunity to see the Hoosier men’s basketball team up close and personal this season. The Hoosier 6th Man Ticket Package will allow fans to receive a ticket for six games for just $159.

“We want as many of the great Hoosier fans to have the opportunity to visit Assembly Hall this season,” said Coach Tom Crean. “We want to continue to have one of the best home court environments in the country and this offer will allow you to share your passion for the Hoosiers with friends and family.”

The 6th Man Ticket Package includes lower level seats for the December 22 game against Northeastern, the December 28 contest against Lipscomb and the Big Ten home opener January 7 against Michigan. Fans also will be able to receive balcony seats in the first few rows at three additional Big Ten games of their choice.

To order call 866-IUSPORTS or visit IUHoosiers.com for information.



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