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Indiana Hoosiers

Hoosiers is the nickname of the sports teams at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. The school colors are crimson and cream. The Hoosiers joined the Big Ten Conference on December 1, 1899, and 22 teams currently represent the university.
Hoosiers is the nickname of the sports teams at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. The school colors are crimson and cream. The Hoosiers joined the Big Ten Conference on December 1, 1899, and 22 teams currently represent the university. « Show less

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  • Ten-game Big Ten schedule would solve conference's issues

    Ten-game Big Ten schedule would solve conference's issues
    What if there was a way to make Big Ten season ticket holders happier, to give players a better experience, to get more cash from TV partners, to create a more legitimate conference champion, to impress the playoff selection committee and to avoid writing...
  • College football on TV this Saturday

    College football on TV this Saturday
    Each week our national college football writer describes how he would handle the television remote Saturday, handicapping what's worth watching, and skipping: MORNING Penn State vs. Central Florida, in Dublin, Ireland 5:30 a.m., ESPN2 Celebrate...
  • GameScout: Ohio State at Navy

    The Sports Xchange GameScout: Ohio State at Navy No. 5 Ohio State at Navy (Baltimore) KICKOFF: Saturday, noon ET GAMEDATE: 8/30/14 SITE: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland TV: CBS SERIES: Ohio State leads the all-time series with Navy 4-0. But...
  • College football: Let's judge what happens on the field

    The time has come to stop talking and start playing. Let the sweet sound of a referee's whistle mercifully replace the pound of a judge's gavel. It's time for wish lists and check lists: Out-of-the-box Thursday features a not-too-shabby lineup of...
  • Boilermakers looking forward to fresh start

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Purdue - INSIDE SLANT For Purdue in 2014, there's nowhere to go but up. Or so Darrell Hazell and the Boilermakers hope. The test of whether that's true or not arrives in the season opener against Western Michigan...
  • Quarterback questions at forefront in Big Ten

    Quarterback questions at forefront in Big Ten
    Braxton Miller. Joel Stave. One was the Big Ten's top Heisman Trophy candidate. The other seemed set to lead Wisconsin into a colossal Week 1 showdown with LSU. But Miller had season-ending shoulder surgery Tuesday, and Stave appears to playing second...
  • Minus Miller, Meyer navigates new-look Ohio State

    The Sports Xchange By Doug Bean, The Sports Xchange Minus Miller, Meyer navigates new-look Ohio State COLUMBUS, Ohio -- With so much attention focused on the season-ending injury to quarterback Braxton Miller and how his loss affects Ohio State's Big...
  • Spartans look like beasts of the Big Ten East

    Four weeks ago, Urban Meyer took the podium at Big Ten Media Days, anticipating questions about Braxton Miller's throwing shoulder, and worked quickly to ease concerns. "It's been a very good summer," the third-year Ohio State coach said. "Our...
  • Braxton Miller's injury complicates Ohio State's mission

    Acknowledging that college football's new four-team playoff could someday inch toward a larger basketball-style tournament, we continue our Super 16 countdown, with No. 7, Ohio State: A season-ending injury to quarterback Braxton Miller in August was...
  • The 2014 Penn State football breakdown

    The 2014 Penn State football breakdown
    THREE TO WATCH OFFENSIVE VETERANS 1. Quarterback Christian Hackenberg. Though just a sophomore, he's the offense's undisputed leader and Penn State's youngest captain in 70 years. He'll also have to coordinate a new offensive line and some young...
  • What to expect from the New Penn State

    What to expect from the New Penn State
    James Franklin played tour guide after practice last week, showing off some of the additions to Penn State's practice facility. Several blue screens printed with the "We Are" slogan had been affixed to the perimeter fencing around the outdoor fields....
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  • Parting words of past presidents

    Parting words of past presidents
    A spoken presidential farewell address –- over radio or television -- is a relatively modern phenomenon. Since Harry Truman's parting words from the White House in 1953, only five other presidents have delivered farewell addresses. George Washington and...
  • Negative campaigning -- what's new?

    Negative campaigning -- what's new?
    In 1800, Thomas Jefferson endured a presidential campaign in which supporters of his opponent, President John Adams, labored mightily to convince the public that the then-vice president was an atheistic coward hell-bent on ripping Bibles from the homes of...
  • In Los Angeles, a 1900s White House for the not quite presidential

    In Los Angeles, a 1900s White House for the not quite presidential
    JOHN McCAIN doesn't know how many houses he owns, but he wants 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Ever since the "presidential palace" was completed in 1800, the White House has been the ultimate American address. For a century it was our largest house, more than...
  • Tea Parties remain a legitimate form of protest.

    I'll never cease to be amazed how self-proclaimed "progressives" can so misread the political motivations of tens of millions of their fellow countrymen. I'm not certain whether they are genetically predisposed to this blind spot, or whether their self-...
  • Monster Mash: a Monet water-lily painting goes up for auction; reality TV seeks 'Next Great Artist'

     
    --Major sale: Claude Monet's 1906 "Nympheas" -- one of the artist's celebrated water-lily paintings -- is expected to bring up to $58 million at a Christie's auction in London that also will feature a "blue period" Picasso and works by......
  • 'Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson' finds a Broadway berth [Updated]

     
    One of the new Broadway season's first major awards contenders will be rolling into its new home in September. The emo-musical "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson," which recently received an acclaimed run at the Public Theater, will begin performances Sept....
  • College Football Countdown: No. 46 Fresno State

     
    The Orlando Sentinel’s 2010 college football preseason rankings will count down Football Bowl Subdivision teams from 120 to 1. Today at No. 46: Fresno State Why is Fresno State No. 46? Though the Bulldogs lose Ryan Matthews, a running back who was amon....
  • Monster Mash: Broad gets competition for downtown site; sentencing in Muhammad case

     
    -- Not so fast: Eli Broad has some competition for the possible downtown site for his new art museum. (Los Angeles Times) -- Heading for the slammer: A Swedish court has sentenced two brothers to jail for firebombing the home......
  • Theater review: 'Carry It On' at Theatricum Botanicum

     
    What becomes legends most? Not necessarily treating them with respect. “Carry It On,” Theatricum Botanicum’s musical survey of American idealists and activists, has a faultless heart, but its showbiz instincts could use a goosing. Director-writer...
  • Struggling high school still struggle with FCAT (will new grading system help them?)

     
    When the state released school grades on Aug. 6, the high school marks were all listed as “pending.” That was expected. A 2008 law changed the grading system for high schools, making FCAT count for only 50 percent of their grades instead of...
  • Tonight's music pick: Frank Turner at the Troubadour

     
    One-time frontman for post-hardcore band Million Dead, Frank Turner's solo turn into folk-punk territory has yielded three studio albums so far, plus some plum tour and festival gigs to boot. Employing YouYube-friendly video tactics and bolstered by a...
  • Jimmy Fallon salutes Broadway with ‘Memphis,’ ‘American Idiot’ performances

     
    On Sept. 11, our thoughts turn to New York and its crucial place in our culture. Nothing says New York like Broadway, with its classic musicals and glorious songs. Jimmy Fallon will celebrate Broadway next week on NBC's “Late Night.” Fallon...