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A Season On The Brink For Fred Glass

Are calls for the dismissal of the IU athletic director just good sense, or jumping the gun?

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How To Cheer For The NCAA Tournament If You Are One Of The Many Indiana Teams Not Involved In It

Don’t think of it as cheering for Purdue, but for the American space program. Do you hate the moon?

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Indianapolis To Host 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship

Circle City? More like America’s Host City.

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Putting The "Fun!" In "Your March Madness Bracket Is Fundamentally Flawed And Will Not Win"

Bland picks are The Big Bang Theory of March Madness, and I have no use for them anymore.

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The NCAA's Selective Support Of LGBT Rights

“It’s tough to connect the NCAA’s actions in Indiana, Houston, and North Carolina except with a simple, cynical equation: More outrage equaled more action.”

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The Replay: J.J. Watt, Paul George, and Chris Copeland

Kentucky goes down in flames

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The Replay: Bobby Knight, Oliver Luck, and Ron Hunter

Bob Knight hits the bread line.

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The Old College Try

The playbook for understanding Oliver Luck and the NCAA.

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The Replay: Notre Dame, Paul George, and the NCAA

The Irish are fighting an uphill battle.

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Tweets of the Week: Religious Freedom Restoration Act

You can’t not have an opinion about Indiana Senate Bill 101.

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Seeing Red: Will IU Basketball Fans Ever Like Tom Crean Again?

“Everybody’s expectations are the same—mine, Tom’s, Hoosier Nation, the players,” says Fred Glass. “Hang a sixth banner.”

Rendering of a proposed new multipurpose stadium.
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The Replay: Purdue, Trent Richardson, and Indy Eleven

For IU basketball fans of Notre Dame football, there’s good news.

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Hoosier Lobbying: Are You Not Entertained?

Special interests pay handsomely for the chance to put their stamp on Indiana politics. But in 2013, lobbyists themselves spent a comparatively paltry $4,000 on meals, hotel stays, and tickets to events and attractions for individual lawmakers.

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Metal Piece Falls From Assembly Hall Ceiling

“You realize what an absolute crisis was averted,” IU men’s basketball coach Tom Crean said to the press.

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NCAA Announces Opposition to HJR-3

The news came on the cleated heels of a disclosure by Michael Sam, a college football star, about his sexuality.

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