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.”
SPECIAL GUEST! Anthony Leal, the most recent commit for the Indiana Hoosiers joins the guys on the podcast to talk about his decision to come to Indiana. They talk about his life growing up, high school career, recruiting, and much more. The listeners also sent in questions to ask Anthony throughout the interview. This is definitely an episode you don’t want to miss!
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.
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.
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.
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.
Carl James, IUWBB fanatic is on with the guys to discuss anything and everything related to the Indiana University Women’s Basketball program.
How has Archie Miller done in his first two seasons as the Head Coach for the Men’s Basketball program at Indiana University? Is Archie the right coach for the job?
Romeo Langford was drafted by the Boston Celtics last week and the summer series continues as the guys go through each class for both football and basketball on who will make an impact for next year’s season.
SPECIAL GUEST ALERT: Bill Murphy, historian and writer of “Branch: The Branch Mccracken Story” joins the podcast to discuss the life of Branch McCracken. Bill gives his insight on how he knew Branch, what kind of person he was, who he was as a coach, and much more.
On this week’s episode of “The Hoosier Sound,” the guys discuss anything and everything relating to the roster for the 2019-2020 IU basketball team. From lineup projections to who will possibly start, they cover every angle during this week’s podcast.
A few days have passed since the annual event at Huber’s Winery, but there is a lot to talk about in regards to what each coach said when it was their time to talk.
The guys take a look at the incoming senior 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.
SPECIAL GUEST! Brian Tonsoni of Delphi Bracketology, Assembly Call, and Sports Talk with Tonsoni is here with the guys to talk about the Indiana Baseball team. The team won the Big Ten Title, the Big Ten Tournament is this week, and the NCAA Tournament is here. Lots to talk about on this week’s episode with guest Brian Tonsoni.
On this week’s edition of “The Hoosier Sound,” the guys discuss John Beilein to the Cleveland Cavaliers and how it relates to Indiana, then a discussion on Indiana vs. Purdue after the recent Governor’s Cup results came out.
Another non-conference opponent was (kind of) announced while the Hoosiers got both Indiana Mr. and Miss Basketball. The Hoosiers also get another addition to the women’s basketball team.
Join us on our 86th episode of “The Hoosier Sound” podcast where we chat about the successful of the Indiana baseball team, NFL draft results, recent recruitment wins, and even alcohol sales in Memorial Stadium.
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