Before a raucous crowd of 17,222 at Simon Sjkodt Assembly Hall, Indiana started fast, slumped at times but made just enough big shots down the stretch to pull off another statement win Thursday night.
After Indiana finished last season 15-6 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, head coach Archie Miller declared protecting homecourt a priority in the 2019-20 campaign.
As Indiana heads into a crucial stretch this week against a pair of ranked teams, the Hoosiers are showing they are capable of blanketing opposing teams if they set their minds to it.
BOSTON — With political clout in Washington D.C. and billions of dollars in federal funding at stake, Massachusetts and more than a dozen other states are spending unprecedented amounts of money on outreach and preparations for the 2020 Census to get the decennial count right.
Evan Boudreaux’s first season with the Purdue men’s basketball team was never the same after the 6-foot-8 forward suffered a groin injury in a loss at Michigan State.
The Indiana football team made a pair of staff changes Thursday, moving Kasey Teegardin from special teams coach to safeties coach and hiring Jason Jones as new safeties coach.
NORMAN — The ball flew sharply toward the baseline, where Taylor Robertson had just enough time to catch it, but a split second to decide where to throw it next.
Indiana displayed the kind of intensity it needed to knock off a ranked opponent last weekend. Spurred on by a crowd of 15,456 on alumni day, IU knocked off then No. 11 Ohio State at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
For many years, the Cherokees were divided into two major factions around the issue of removal. Those who opposed removing from the southeastern United States to Indian Territory were known as the Ross Party. Those who favored the move made up the Treaty Party. Bitter rancor and even violence marked the era of these two parties.
After Indiana was outscored 14-5 in bench points Wednesday night against Northwestern, coach Archie Miller challenged his second unit to provide more production.
As the Indiana women’s basketball team continues its climb up the national rankings, redshirt junior point guard Ali Patberg has found the right balance between finding her own offense and setting her teammates up.
WELLS, Minn. — Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg made his first Minnesota campaign stop Wednesday, touring the Darin and Rachel Johnson farm near Wells.
Director Peter Jackson’s extraordinary 2018 documentary, “They Shall Not Grow Old,” just might be the definitive look at World War I, but its existence is not going to stop other filmmakers from examining the perils of the so-called “great war.”
Though the contest is barely more than a week old, the music already is fading out in the NFL’s annual offseason game of coaching musical chairs.
Democrat Amy McGrath, a 44-year-old retired Marine combat pilot, has officially filed her candidate papers to challenge Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in November's election.
Indiana finished its best football season in 26 years with a disappointing Taxslayer Gator Bowl loss, blowing a 13-point lead in the final five minutes of a 23-22 loss against Tennessee.
Indiana appeared on its way to achieving its final goal of the season when it was up 13 points in the fourth quarter against Tennessee in the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl on Thursday.
Crimson-and-cream clad Indiana fans began tailgating outside TIAA Bank Field more than four hours before kickoff of the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl between Indiana and Tennessee.
CHARLESTOWN – Charlestown’s new mayor, Treva Hodges, discovered shredded documents, a USB drive, new office supplies and more in the dumpster behind City Hall, just after taking keys to the city.
Indiana quarterback Peyton Ramsey was named after former Tennessee, Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. But the story behind it isn’t as cut and dried as you think.
Indiana co-defensive coordinator/defensive line coach Mark Hagen understands the importance of the line of scrimmage in both the Big Ten and SEC.
Growing up in Jacksonville, Fla., Indiana redshirt senior safety Khalil Bryant and sophomore defensive back Devon Matthews had big football dreams.
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