SPECIAL GUEST! Rashawn Williams, the top-commit from the Class of 2020 for Indiana Football joins the guys for an exclusive interview. They ask him about his recruitment, why he chose Indiana, what he’s looking forward to the most, and much more. Check out this, and much more on the latest edition of “The Hoosier Sound.”
As fall camp progresses in the heat of summer, IndianaHQ reports the top 5 takeaways from Indiana Football’s fall camp thus far including what we have seen about the highly contested starting QB battle.
Photo Credit: @indianafootball / Instagram The Indiana Football program revealed to the public a completed Terry Tallen Football Complex for the first time today. The …
It’s our 100th episode! First, we are joined by Scott Caulfield from CrimsonCast to talk about how the offseason is going for the football program. We have a few categories that we grade the organization on over the summer. After that, we have a special segment to celebrate our 100th episode.
As the 2019 Indiana Football season approaches, lets take a moment to look back at the best (and worst) helmet designs the Hoosiers have used throughout their program history.
The first commit from the Class of 2020, Trey Galloway, has announced he has chosen the Hoosiers. After discussing the first commit for Archie Miller in the Class of 2020, the guys talk about the impact the freshman class will have this season for both basketball and football.
After joining his new team, former Indiana football running back Jordan Howard is impressing the Philadelphia Eagles staff at training camp.
The latest watch list honoree is Nick Westbrook for the Wuerffel Trophy. This is the award given out annually for a combination of community service, athletic and academic achievements.
Indiana Hoosier senior Logan Justus was listed on the Lou Groza Award watch list, an award for the nation’s top place kicker.
It was a busy week this past week for Indiana Football as Big Ten Media Day took place. How is third-year head coach Tom Allen progressing this team? After Media Day discussion, the guys go into a deep dive of the football schedule for the 2019 season.
Indiana Hoosier senior Coy Cronk has been named to the Outland Trophy watch list, an award for the most outstanding interior linemen in college football.
Current fifth-year senior center Hunter Littlejohn has earned a spot on the Rimington Trophy Watchlist, named for the most outstanding center.
Despite having a competitve quarterback room of 3 capable leaders, the Hoosiers plan to pick one of Peyton Ramsey, Jack Tuttle, and Michael Penix by Game 1.
Indiana regulators are reportedly pushing to launch sports betting on September 1. In particular, Indiana wants the sports betting system in place for the beginning of the NFL season on September 5.
The guys take a look at the incoming sophomore class for both football and basketball. Who will make an impact on each roster, is there anyone that is critical to their team’s success, and much more.
The Maxwell Football Club announced a list of 80 players included in the first watch list of 2019, which included IU RB Stevie Scott. Full list inside.
The heat of July is rising and that can only mean that college football is right around the corner. With Fall camps beginning in August, …
Despite its lack of media coverage, the battle between California and the NCAA could have several ramifications impacting the future of college athletics.