To see how valuable transfer sophomore forward Zach McRoberts is to the IU men’s basketball team, you have to go beyond the point total. Continue reading “McRoberts does the little things for IU in win”
All of Hoosier nation would like to go back in time to Wednesday night in State College, Pennsylvania to try and stop sophomore forward OG Anunoby from going up for a rebound with fewer than 10 seconds left in the first half. Continue reading “Moving forward without Anunoby”
IU men’s basketball’s big three of sophomore forward Thomas Bryant and junior guards James Blackmon Jr. and Robert Johnson have found success in Hoosier victories this season.
When one of those three players struggles, it affects the entire team. But now, with sophomore forward OG Anunoby out indefinitely after sustaining a knee injury Wednesday night at Penn State, the trio of playmakers will have to play a larger role for IU. Continue reading “IU needs all-around production against Michigan State”
The last four meetings between IU men’s basketball and Penn State were decided by five points or less.
On Wednesday night in State College, Pennsylvania, it was no different. Continue reading “Blackmon’s buzzer beater lifts IU over Penn State”
Defense wins games, and the IU men’s basketball team witnessed that against Rutgers on Sunday firsthand. Continue reading “Defense leads IU past Rutgers”
Parity is defined as equivalence or similarity in status or character.
There’s been a great deal of similarity among men’s basketball teams across the NCAA Division I level. There have been three different No. 1 teams in the nation so far, and there is a potential fourth on the way after Baylor’s loss Tuesday. That same parity only intensifies in Big Ten play. Continue reading “Hoosiers return home in a must-win situation”
At the end of November, IU men’s basketball fans felt strong about the national title hopes of their team. Continue reading “IU puts three-game losing streak on the line against Illinois”
INDIANAPOLIS — IU Coach Tom Crean said prior to Saturday afternoon’s contest against Louisville at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis the Hoosiers could not let the Cardinals control the pace of the game. Continue reading “Hoosiers close out 2016 with two losses”
IU junior guard Josh Newkirk dribbled the ball into the corner with 15 seconds to go in the game and the Hoosiers down four points to Nebraska. Continue reading “Turnovers doom IU in Big Ten opener”
IU men’s basketball’s regular season Big Ten championship defense begins Wednesday night when the Hoosiers welcome the Nebraska Cornhuskers into Simon Skojdt Assembly Hall to kick off the conference schedule. Continue reading “IU begins Big Ten title defense Wednesday”