Derek Elston

Indiana Hoosiers #32 - Forward

  • Height: 6-9
  • Weight: 216

On Romeo Langford to Indiana

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Once again, Purdue was not even close on a top in-state guy.

The Rivalry: We Remember The Dark Times

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Five years ago Indiana came to West Lafayette, and hell came with them.

Ranking Tom Crean's Hoosier Recruiting Classes

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Since arriving in Bloomington, Tom Crean has been fairly successful recruiting talent to Indiana. Let’s take a look at all of his Hoosiers recruiting classes, ranked.

Tom Crean deserves to be B1G Coach of the Year

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In Novermber, Tom Crean looked like his days were numbered at IU. Now, he's won another outright conference title.

Indiana's Tom Crean At 2015 Big Ten Media Day

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Read the statements from the various Big Ten coaches at the 2015 Big Ten Media Day.

LUNCHTIME LINKS: Basketball Warming Up to Hysteria

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Women's Rowing A brief look at how the team is preparing for their season with a scrimmage against Iowa. Women's Basketball Practice has officially begun for the women and second-year coach Teri...

38 Days to B1G Basketball: Elston Returns to IU

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Former Hoosier Derek Elston is set to return to Bloomington as Indiana's Director of Player Development.

The Morning After: What We Know

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After a tumultuous 72 hours in Bloomington, the dust has begun to settle. CQ takes a look back at what we know, what questions still need answers, and how the Indiana basketball program moves...

Will Sheehey's Future

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Where does Will Sheehey go from here?

Countdown to the IU Tip-Off : Jeremy Hollowell

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The Hoosiers will need the athletic talent of the 2012 recruiting class to start paying dividends. Jeremy Hollowell was the only other significant contributor from that class outside of Yogi...

Big Ten Basketball 2013 Review, pt. I

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Now that some time has passed, I thought it'd be fun to go back and look through the highs and lows, who's leaving and who's arriving on each Big Ten conference team.

2013-14 Big Ten Basketball: What Each Team Loses

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Could Purdue be a Big Ten contender just a year after a losing season?