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Follow IU sports with social networking

Jan. 27, 2010

Indiana Athletics has become a part of the social networking landscape, giving fans an opportunity to get an inside look at their favorite Hoosier teams and student-athletes through Facebook and Twitter.

Tom Crean

Photo by Mike Dickbernd/IU Athletics

IU Head Men's Basketball Coach Tom Crean

Fans can follow their favorite Indiana teams on Twitter with updates from coaches and staff throughout the season and during the offseason. IU Athletics' videos -- such as postgame comments from Indiana men's basketball players on http://twitter.com/TomCrean or new episodes of "In the Paint with Big Sash" on http://twitter.com/IndianaWBB -- also may be found now via TwitVid by visiting each Twitter page.

To take a look into Indiana Athletics as a whole, follow http://twitter.com/LetsGoBigRed for updates on events around the department and Indiana Olympic sports. This winter, check out http://twitter.com/HoosierFootball to get a view of IU Football's winter training from the eyes of junior wide receiver Terrance Turner.

IU Athletics updates can also be found on Facebook by visiting the Hoosiers' fan page.

Follow the Hoosiers on http://Twitter.com:

http://twitter.com/LetsGoBigRed

http://twitter.com/TomCrean

http://twitter.com/HoosierFootball

http://twitter.com/IndianaWBB

http://twitter.com/IUVolleyball

http://twitter.com/IUMensSoccer

http://twitter.com/IUWSoccer

http://twitter.com/IndianaRowing

http://twitter.com/IUSoftball

http://twitter.com/IUWaterPolo

http://twitter.com/IUWomensGolf

http://twitter.com/RBloemen (IU Men's Tennis)

http://twitter.com/IUVarsityClub

http://twitter.com/IUCrimsonClub

By following http://twitter.com/IUShanaDan (Shana Daniels, IU Athletics Media Relations), http://twitter.com/KJatIU (Kyle Johnson, IU Athletics Media Relations) and http://twitter.com/JFGray (Jeremy Gray, IU Assistant Athletics Director for Broadcast Services) on Twitter, fans will also get updates on their favorite teams, coaches and student-athletes, as well as programming updates and special releases.