Indiana athletic director Fred Glass confirmed that Bob Knight will not be attending the school's athletic Hall of Fame ceremony next week.
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Indiana women's basketball coach Felisha Legette-Jack said the young Indiana squad will have to utilize its speed this season.
Tom Crean stressed three things the Hoosiers are focusing on as the season approaches.
Bob Knight will not be attending the Indiana Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Nov. 6, according to a tweet on Dick Vitale’s Twitter page.
Bill Lynch is not going anywhere.Athletic director Fred Glass said Lynch would remain the team’s football coach “for the duration” of his current four-year contract.
Bob Knight will not accept a $75,000 check from school alumni to settle a lawsuit Knight had filed against Indiana, according to a story on
I’ve seen enough Indiana games to no that no lead is safe. But Saturday’s 29-28 loss to Northwestern still came as a shock.
A safety on a blocked punt for Northwestern accounted for the only points in the third quarter. IU leads 28-19. The Hoosiers had two interceptions.
For the first time since last year's opener, Indiana has scored the game's first two touchdowns. The Hoosiers lead Northwestern 14-0 at the end of the first quarter.
Ray Fisher became the second Indiana player to return more than one kickoff for a touchdown in a season, helping the Hoosiers take a 28-17 lead into halftime against Northwestern.
Damarlo Belcher's 29-yard touchdown reception with 55 seconds left, helping Indiana to a 13-7 halftime lead. The North Side graduate caught a short pass from Ben Chappell and put a juke move on Dere Hicks near the 15 yard line on his way to the end zone.
Jammie Kirlew said Indiana was sloppy. Too many penalties (9 for 87 yards), too many turnovers (three) and too much Terrelle Pryor spelled doom for the Hoosiers. Pryor accounted for four touchdowns in the Buckeyes 33-14 victory.