“The Hoosier Sound” is here for its weekly episode with Noah Freeman, Matthew Lukens, and Nithin Krishnan. If you want to catch the live stream, …
Tiers within the Big Ten are starting to solidify with more than half of the conference games completed.
Indiana Basketball is on their worst losing streak since the 2010-2011 season, but many bracketologists still have Indiana in the NCAA Tournament. The guys are back together as they look at the rest of the season and how Indiana might get back on their feet.
With just one remaining team left in the Big Ten, there is a new number one this week.
Losing streaks for Indiana, Ohio State, and Wisconsin have opened opportunities for other Big Ten teams to move up.
The third straight loss for the Hoosiers finds them Indiana in a little bit of a bind as they continue their tough month of January. It started with the road loss to Maryland, which is not a bad loss. Things were magnified last night as the Hoosiers fell and fell bad to Nebraska at home.
The middle of the Big Ten validates the upcoming Big Ten conference bloodbath of 20 games.
All three guys are back this week to jump right into talking about the beginning of January play for men’s basketball. They briefly cover the amazing accomplishments of Andrew Gutman and the Women’s basketball team over the weekend, but then get into a brief overview of the Illinois and Michigan games.
The Badgers fall after a road loss to Western Kentucky and a home loss to re-open conference play.
Matt and Nithin are on the podcast this week to dive headfirst into the New Year. The Hoosiers are not starting 2019 out easy, as they play eight (8) games in January. Take out Illinois and Rutgers, and the Hoosiers play six straight games against Top-50 KenPom teams.