As the Indiana versus Purdue rivalry ratchets up again this weekend, we take a closer look at the Boilermaker roster by analyzing the strengths, weaknesses, and tendencies of Purdue’s major contributors.
Prior to Monday night’s game against Nebraska, freshman forward Jerome Hunter declared his intention to red shirt this season during a pre-game radio interview.
The Hoosiers return home for a much needed energy boost after two difficult road tests where the Hoosiers did not come out victorious.
The Hoosiers take care of business against a pesky Illini team in the re-opening of conference play.
Indiana returns to Bloomington after a rough two games on the road and looks to bounce back from back-to-back losses. Tim Miles brings his Husker squad that has been playing very impressively over the course of the season, exceeding many of the preseason predictions.
The middle of the Big Ten validates the upcoming Big Ten conference bloodbath of 20 games.
Romeo Langford led an unconscious comeback, but his efforts were not enough to overcome IU’s deficit.
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.
It’s been a wild first half of the college basketball season. Find out what coaches are leading the way for the COY award.
Indiana hopes to rebound from Sunday’s loss by taking on Maryland in College Park.
In a battle of undefeated Big Ten teams, the Wolverines extend their streak over the Hoosiers in Ann Arbor.
The Hoosiers travel to Ann Arbor this Sunday to face off with the #2 ranked Michigan Wolverines (#4 Kenpom). This will undoubtedly be the toughest matchup for the Hoosiers since traveling to Durham to face Duke.
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.
It’s not too often we get a 12 day break from Hoosier basketball action. Christmas and New Year’s are now past, the leftovers are dwindling, and now, we are hungry for W’s in 2019. No more non-conference games, no more neutral site tournaments or invitationals.
After the long stretch of face-stuffing action from Thanksgiving through Christmas, most of us abruptly end the holidays with an intention to become a better version of our 2018 selves.
Projecting the number of bids out of the top 10 conferences according to the NET.
The final stable Big Ten power rankings for 2018 before league play creates chaos.