Tom Crean has one oversign for the 2012 season and two currently for the 2013 season. Is he actually outsmarting college basketball in this strategy?
Indiana and Purdue keep track every year of their records against each other for athletic achievement. Indiana has won 5 and tied twice in the last eight years.
The Hoosiers are looking to cement a pipeline to the DC area and 2013 guard Stanford Robinson can do that. His visit reportedly went well, but how well?
Tom Crean and staff have spread their wings and started to recruit nationally. Is this a mistake? Have they become the kid that ignore the pretty girl next door because he thinks he can get a model?
Though it isn't yet official it appears that IU has hired Towson Assistant Coach Kenny Johnson. This should provide a good fill for the departure of Bennie Seltzer.
IU is recruiting 2013 Big Man BeeJay Anya. Unfortunately for Indiana so is the rest of the country. Is Indiana a part of the big boys in the national scene or still just wannabes?
Devin Davis is the final member of the 2013 Hoosiers recruiting class to take a look at. Can he make the jump from good to great this summer?
Luke Fischer, IU's most recent commit, had himself a weekend at the first AAU tournament of the season. Can he continue it throughout the spring and summer?
Jeff Rabjohns of Rivals is reporting that Cody Zeller and Christian Watford will both return for next season. This helps solidify IU's grasp on preseason #1 for now.
As we get into the first true weekend of the offseason Indiana fans have a lot to look for in the recruiting trail. First up, Colin Hartman.
As assistant coach Bennie Seltzer moves on in his career what implications does it have on the Indiana Hoosiers and Tom Crean's coaching staff?
Now that Indiana basketball has done it, IU football is looking to find a renaissance of its own. Is there a proper time table to expect results?
The Crimson Quarry hosts an open thread tonight to check out what Yogi Ferrell can bring to next year's team.
IU lost to Kentucky in the Sweet Sixteen. Now what? Who should Indiana root for out of the teams that still remain?
Fun Fact I learned today: Purdue has a five man advising, supervision and development team for their new athletic facilities. 3 of the 5 are IU grads.
Bloggers and National Sports Writers use Indiana's road record to explain away their threat to go deep in the tournament. It turns out that is hardly a decent metric for a team's chances.
The New Mexico State Aggies are a bit of a mystery coming out of the WAC. Hoosiers fans don't get a lot of exposure to them, luckily ESPN3 keeps games archived. Check out the scouting report.
Indiana Hoosiers get a 4 seed and take on the NM State Aggies in Portland. Some quick thoughts before the ensuing week of details inside.
It's an open thread! Come by and talk about the Big Ten Tournament championship game and discuss who the B1G teams in the tournament play in the first round.
The Hoosiers were picked by Lindy's Magazine to finish 11th in conference. They finished 5th with 24 wins. Crimson Quarry takes a look back at how much IU has improved.
Hello, College basketball fans! A concept we'll be trying is the 24-hour open thread for fans of all basketball, located in the FanPosts section in the future. A place where basketball fans can...
Kory Barnett's senior night poem. "Now it is time for the Human Victory Cigar to retire, because the number of wins in the future are certain to set your lungs on fire."
Little is it advertised that Purdue was busted for the same offenses that blew up Indiana basketball. Let Hate Week take you behind the scenes of Atheltic Department integrity.
Just a little over 3 hours to the biggest game of the year for Indiana. Time to get pumped.
Jeremy Hollowell, a good recruit in March, has turned himself into a top flight recruit a year later. His recent run in February has been the most impressive ball he's played.