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Junior guard Al Durham felt comfortable with the shot clock winding down and the ball in his hands Thursday night, wide open from beyond the 3-point line in a tie game down the stretch against No. 11 Michigan State.

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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.

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Former Indiana University offensive tackle and team captain Coy Cronk is headed to Iowa as a graduate transfer, according to multiple reports.

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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.

As Indiana enters its matchup Saturday at Nebraska (7 p.m., Big Ten Network), the Hoosiers once again find themselves struggling to generate perimeter offense.

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.

In taking over as offensive coordinator at Indiana, Nick Sheridan vows to continue an attacking style the Hoosiers showed under Kalen DeBoer this past season.

Indiana promoted from within to replace Kalen DeBoer, naming tight ends coach Nick Sheridan as its new offensive coordinator on Friday.

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.

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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.

  • Updated

Former Indiana University offensive tackle and team captain Coy Cronk is headed to Iowa as a graduate transfer, according to multiple reports.

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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.

As Indiana enters its matchup Saturday at Nebraska (7 p.m., Big Ten Network), the Hoosiers once again find themselves struggling to generate perimeter offense.

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.

In taking over as offensive coordinator at Indiana, Nick Sheridan vows to continue an attacking style the Hoosiers showed under Kalen DeBoer this past season.

Indiana promoted from within to replace Kalen DeBoer, naming tight ends coach Nick Sheridan as its new offensive coordinator on Friday.

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.

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Obituaries

Christina L. Walls, 48, of Washington, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020, at Daviess Community Hospital. Christina was born Feb. 15, 1971, in Washington, to Paul Walls and Linda (Lett) Walls. She graduated from Trinity Holiness Academy. Christina loved spending time with her children. She…

Katie Marner, 94, of Loogootee, passed away on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020, at 7:45 a.m. at her home. She was born Feb. 9, 1925, in Daviess County, Indiana, to Samuel and Magdalena (Raber) Eicher. Katie married Ralph Marner on Feb. 24, 1944, and he preceded her in death July 18, 1998. She was a me…

Mark Edward Uhl, 53, of Sellersburg, passed away Friday, Jan. 3, 2020. Mark was born June 25, 1966, in New Albany, Indiana, to the late Carl J. and Mary Emma (James) Uhl. Mark was a 1984 graduate of Providence High School and received his Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University So…