On a November night earlier this season, long after teammates left following a game, Indiana junior center Joey Brunk put in a late night session at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, taking post feed after post feed from student managers.
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.
Before a raucous crowd of 17,222 at Simon Sjkodt Assembly Hall, Indiana started fast, slumped at times but made just enough big shots down the stretch to pull off another statement win Thursday night.
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.
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.
Although it’s too early to predict what will happen in the future, the groundwork has been put in place to move the Brickyard 400 to the road course.
Evan Boudreaux’s first season with the Purdue men’s basketball team was never the same after the 6-8 forward suffered a groin injury in a loss at Michigan State.
The Indiana football team made a pair of staff changes Thursday, moving Kasey Teegardin from special teams coach to safeties coach and hiring Jason Jones as new safeties coach.
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