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Indiana Hoosiers Basketball 2014-2015 News and Updates
2/24/15 - As March approaches, Indiana Hoosiers Basketball is sitting on the right side of the bubble. Though the Hoosiers have slipped up a bit by letting one get away at #19 Maryland and losing to Purdue at home, they are still in good position to make the big dance. Currently projected as an 8 seed, the Hoosiers can improve their tournament seeding by winning their final three games of the season. That all starts with tonight’s contest at Northwestern. While the game tonight shouldn’t be too much of a struggle, the Hoosiers will need your support when they return to Assembly Hall to face Iowa and Michigan State for the final two games of the regular season. Razorgator is your ticket to the game, with seats starting at just $59.
2/19/15 - Last night’s embarrassing loss to a much-improved Purdue team notwithstanding, the Hoosiers are tantalizingly close to “lock” status for the NCAA tournament. With several impressive wins this season and a high RPI, this Indiana team is one to watch out for this March. Though they lack size and suffer from frequent defensive breakdowns, this Hoosier team has still managed four wins over ranked teams with their offensive firepower. This Indiana team has the potential to produce a giant killing upset or two this March. Make sure to come out to Assembly Hall in Bloomington to catch the last two home games of the season as Indiana Hoosiers Basketball tries to enter the postseason with some momentum. Razorgator has tickets available for March 3rd against Iowa starting at just $57.
2/10/15 - The Indiana Hoosiers have a storied basketball program, and every year, they are in the running to win a national title. Things didn’t go there way tonight, though. They ended up losing to Maryland, the number 19 ranked team in the country. They fought their hearts out, but ended up losing 68-66. Even though they lost, they still have a lot of positive things to take away from this game. In their narrow defeat, Yogi Ferrell scored 23 points with 6 assists. He looked great for all four quarters, but his efforts were not enough to lead his team to victory. Troy Williams also played well, scoring 17 points with 10 rebounds. Next up for Indiana is a great match up against Minnesota, which takes place this upcoming Sunday. Tickets are available now for $85.
2/5/15 - The Indiana Hoosiers basketball team is missing their leading scorer James Blackmon, Jr., due to an ankle injury, and they are feeling the loss and are now ranked 6th in the Big Ten. Their latest game against the Wisconsin Badgers ended in a 92-78 loss on Tuesday, Feb. 3. Indiana had a strong first half, making 8 of 11 3-point attempts and leading the game for a time. However, Wisconsin came back strong in the second period and moved ahead. The Hoosiers worked to close the gap in the final three minutes, but it was too late for victory. As the season heads towards the final, the Hoosiers will try for more wins to make it to the tournament. The team next faces the Michigan Wolverines at home on Feb. 8. Tickets are still available, starting at $185.
1/26/15 - The Indiana Hoosiers are having a great season thus far this year. They are the 3rd ranked team in the Big Ten Conference, and are looking to do big things this year. Their last game this Sunday didn’t go according to plan, though. They ended up losing to Ohio State 82-70. A huge performer for the Hoosiers was Yogi Ferrell. He ended up scoring 26 points with 3 rebounds. He looked great from the 3-point field, but his efforts couldn’t help his team rally down the stretch. The Hoosiers simply couldn’t contain D’Angelo Russell, who went on to score 22 points. They need to adjust their defensive scheme for their next game, which is going to be against Purdue. Tickets for the game can be bought now for $67.
1/20/15 - Following a disappointing loss at the beginning of January, the Indiana Hoosiers basketball team pulled off an incredible victory against the Ohio State Buckeyes that came down to the last minute. Following that incredible win, the Hoosiers have brought some impressive energy to their matches. When they played the Penn State Nittany Lions, Indiana managed to score an early lead and they held on to it through the second half, ending the game 73-76. More recently, they were able to score a more solid win against the Illinois Fighting Illini where they earned more points than their opponents in both periods. Their greatest challenge, however, will be on Jan. 22nd when they play the nearly undefeated Maryland Terrapins. Tickets are still available, starting at $48.
1/12/15 - The Indiana Hoosiers basketball team had the game of their lives on Jan. 10. They were taking on the Ohio State Buckeyes who had one more win and one less loss than the Hoosiers. Despite Indiana's best shooter, James Blackmon Jr., only scoring two points in the first half, they were able to carve out a little six-point lead. Luckily, Blackmon found his groove in the second half and scored 16 points along with an impressive dunk by Troy Williams. With three and a half minutes remaining, the Hoosiers had a 10 point lead, but the Buckeyes were ready to make an upset. Indiana was able to just barely hold out to end the game 66-69. Hopefully they will be able to maintain this energy into their next game on the 18th against the Maryland Terrapins.
1/7/15 - The Indiana Hoosiers basketball team continue through their slump of away games just waiting to return to their home court. Most recently, a disappointing game against the Michigan State Spartans ended 50-70. They had a rough first half, but picked themselves up afterward to score 33 points. While it was not enough to win the game, it was a good comeback. The Hoosiers have only lost four games this season, but two of them have been in the last few weeks. Even if this loss is disappointing, their rank is still secure with 11 strong wins. Additionally, the series of away games is finally over, which hopefully means they will tear up the court once again. Their next game is against the Ohio State Buckeyes on Jan. 10th. Tickets start at $32.
12/31/14 - In an intensely close game on Saturday, the Indiana Hoosiers basketball team fell just barely short of the Georgetown Hoyas. After taking a 10-point lead in the first half, their defense simply could not keep the Hoyas from catching up in the second. At the buzzer, they were tied at 77 points. Then, unfortunately, in overtime the Hoosiers only scored 10 against Georgetown's 14. Kevin Ferrell led with 27 points, Troy Williams followed with 23 points, and James Blackmon Jr. rounded out their star players with 22 points. This loss is only Indiana's third for the season while they have won 10. The Hoosiers will continue their series of away game and will have their first home game in three weeks on January 10th when they play Ohio State. Tickets start at $52.
12/24/14 - The Indiana Hoosiers have been on a winning streak since they took on the Grand Canyon Antelopes on the 13th, and Monday's game was no exception. Their opponents were the New Orleans Privateers and they put up a fight at the beginning of the game. However, that fight didn't last long because the Hoosiers were able to get an 18-0 run before the first half was through. The final score came to 59-79 with junior guard Kevin ''Yogi'' Ferrell staring for the second time since Saturday. He put away 17 points and five rebounds. This win brings Indiana to 10-2. Hopefully they will be able to continue dominating as they travel to take on the Georgetown Hoyas in an away game on the 27th. Tickets start at $41.
12/16/14 - Indiana Hoosiers basketball is still standing atop the Big Ten, fresh off a blowout win over the Grand Canyon Antelopes on Saturday night. The Hoosiers led by 11 at halftime, and opened the second frame with a 10-4 run to start putting the game out of reach. Indiana freshman James Blackmon Jr. had 18 points to go with six assists, and forward Troy Williams contributed 14 points and seven rebounds as the Hoosiers improved to 8-2 for the season. A tough matchup looms for Indiana on Saturday, as the no. 23 Butler Bulldogs come to town looking to improve on their own 8-2 record. Great seats for the game can still be had via Razorgator—tickets start at $66, but they’re going fast, so act now!
12/10/14 - The Indiana Hoosiers basketball team fell to the Louisville Cardinals, 94-74, Tuesday night in its second non-conference game at Madison Square Garden. Indiana was unable to match the physicality brought on by Louisville but there were stretches in the game where the Hoosiers gave more than a fair fight, even carrying a lead during the second half. The Hoosiers scored all season-highs with their 54.1 percentage of effective field goals and 0.96 points in scores per possession. The team trailed by only five points at halftime, but the Louisville defense came in strong, widening the lead by the end. The Hoosiers hope to bounce back at their next game, set for 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 13, against the Grand Canyon Antelopes at the Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Indiana. Be sure to get your tickets now for just $10.
12/3/14 - The Indiana Hoosiers basketball team is riding a wave of excitement after a big win against Pittsburgh Tuesday night. In a game that was predicted to be close matchup, the team pulled together and finished the night with an 81-69 lead over the Panthers. The leading scorer for the Hoosiers was Emmitt Holt. He came in to the game after Hanner Mosquera-Perea got into early foul trouble, and scored 15 points. With seven players earning at least six points each, they are showing that they can work together to win ball games. With an overall record of 6-1, they are becoming a force to be reckoned with in NCAA ball. The Hoosiers are up against Savvanah State next. They will face the Tigers December 6th, on their home court in Bloomington, Indiana.
11/25/14 - Riding a wave of momentum following their non-conference victory over Larry Brown’s #22 SMU Mustangs, Coach Tom Crean and the Hoosiers are focused on returning to the big dance after a disappointing 2013-2014 season. Come out to historic Assembly Hall to cheer on the Hoosiers as they build on their 4-0 start to the season. With upcoming non conference home contests against such excellent teams as Pitt, Georgetown, and Butler, your Hoosiers have an excellent opportunity to get some statement wins ahead of their Big Ten conference schedule. Led by freshman phenom James Blackmon Jr. and junior Yogi Ferrell, the Hoosiers have what it takes to cause some serious damage in the Big Ten. With tickets to upcoming home games starting at just $10, Razorgator is the best place to secure your seats for Indiana Hoosiers Basketball.
11/19/14 - Indiana Hoosiers basketball fans are gearing up for what appears to be another great run by the team. With a 2-0 record out of the gate, the Hoosiers have demonstrated a fierce drive and determination to be number one. Last Monday’s game against the Texas Southern University Tigers was no exception, with the team leading throughout the game before winning decisively, 83-64. Hoosiers freshman Robert Johnson was a standout during the game against the Tigers, scoring 17 points and 3 rebounds during the first half of the game. The Hoosiers return to Bloomington on Thursday, November 20, to face the Southern Methodist Mustangs, who have a record so far of 1-1. Tickets for the 8pm game at Assembly Hall are still available and range from $9 to $67.
11/12/14 - The Indiana Hoosiers Basketball team is starting their season this Friday, the 14th. Their first college basketball game will be against the Mississippi Valley State Delta Devil on the Hoosiers’ home court in Bloomington, Indiana. This will be the second season in a row that they add more players than have return. Their seven new Freshmen additions are Jeremiah April, James Blackmon Jr., Max Hoetzel, Emmitt Holt, Robert Johnson, Tim Priller and freshman walk-on, Nate Ritchie. Ritchie won the Hoosier Hysteria dunk contest and has appeared in three games during their preseason. He’s been displaying an impressive athleticism so far. Tickets for the Indiana Hoosiers’ first game are still available starting at $4. The Hoosiers have a long series of home games coming up, so there’s plenty of opportunity to cheer them on.
2/7/14 – The Hoosiers are coming off a big win against No.10 Michigan; shooting 54 percent and getting big contributions from starters. Yogi Ferrell made seven of eight from beyond the arch and Noah Vonleh added a key 10 points and 12 rebounds to lead the unranked Hoosiers to a much needed upset. The second victory over a top 10 opponent, the Hoosiers helped their chances for an at-large berth to the NCAA tournament. But, they’ll need more if they want to make the big dance. With nine games left in the season, four at home, come cheer on the men in candy-striped pants as they finish out Conference play at Assembly Hall. The Hoosiers are 13-4 at home this season and routinely put on a good show for their fans!
1/2/14 - The Hoosiers suffered a crushing loss to Notre Dame a couple weeks ago, followed by freshman center Luke Fischer’s announcement of his leave to transfer to another school, but Indiana will bounce right back. With excellent play from Yogi Ferrell, the team’s leading scorer, their prolific rebound margin abetted by improved play from freshman big man Noah Vonleh, Indiana is a formidable opponent for any Big Ten opponent. Considering the squad lost four of their five starters from last year, the young buck team is making up for their inexperience with speed: ranked 11th in pace, the Hoosiers play an incredibly quick game, and the boys have the green light to improve upon their 10-3 schedule with some conference play. In a couple weeks they’ll have a rematch against the Illinois Fighting Illini who they lost to on the road New Years Eve. Get your Indiana Hoosiers tickets now! The next few weeks are critical for the Hoosiers, who must secure more key victories to advance them from the middle of the ranks in the Big Ten conference.
10/25/13 - Hoosier Hysteria is back in action! The annual first public practice granted some insight into this season’s defending Big Ten Champions, a squad that is routinely one of the most promising basketball teams to come out of the Big Ten. With head coach Tom Crean, the Hoosiers have made the NCAA tournament for two consecutive years and are always in the Top 25. Last year, Indiana lost in the Sweet 16, despite being ranked in the top 5 for the majority of the season, but they will return for contention with a nearly all-new squad this year.
The Hoosiers will take part in the 2K Sports Classic at Madison Square Garden, squaring off against Washington in the first round (Nov 21). Indiana will avenge themselves on the road against Syracuse , who knocked them out of the Sweet 16 last season, on Dec 12 to start the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. They will also be playing Michigan State (Jan 4), who they swept in last year’s Sweet 16. Once again, the renewed Indiana-Michigan rivalry will play out when they host the Wolverines , Feb 2, and on Dec 14, Indiana will again try their hand at the Crossroads Classics , this time, against Notre Dame. Playing 20 games at Assembly Hall this year, there are plenty of chances to catch the Hoosiers take the court by storm!
The Hoosiers have a promising group of young men donning the iconic candy-striped pants this year: Indiana will debut six freshman and three sophomores—a young team indeed. With the departure of Cody Zeller to the Charlotte Bobcats and Victor Oladipo to the Orlando Magic, newcomers Luke Fischer, with his stature and strength, and Noah Vonleh, the highest ranked recruit in his class, are expected to make big strides in their stead. They are corralled by the most experienced player on the court, senior Will Sheehey (last season’s Big Ten Sixth Man of the Year), and sophomore Yogi Ferrell, one of the foremost point guards in the nation.