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Men's Basketball

Fast facts about Indiana University for media covering the College World Series

College World Series

In advance of Indiana University's opening game Saturday in the NCAA College World Series against the University of Louisville, here are some behind-the-scenes facts about the Hoosiers. Full Story >>

IU head coaches on the road for 2013 Tailgate Tour

Tailgate Tour 2013

The IU Varsity Club has released the schedule for the annual, summer IU Athletics Tailgate Tour, presented by Smithville. The 2013 tour features seven stops; six head coaches; Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass and sportscaster Don Fischer. Full Story >>

Fast facts about Indiana University for media covering NCAA tourney games in Washington, D.C.

In advance of Thursday's game between Indiana University and Syracuse University in the men's NCAA basketball tournament, here are some behind-the-scenes facts about the Hoosiers. Full Story >>

Indiana University hosts 'Show Your Stripes Day'

It's time to show your stripes, Hoosier Nation. Indiana University invites Hoosier fans both near and far to show pride in their team and school by wearing cream and crimson on Thursday, March 28, as part of "Show Your Stripes Day." Full Story >>

Fast facts about IU for media covering NCAA tourney games in Dayton, Ohio

In advance of Friday's game between Indiana University and James Madison University in the men's NCAA basketball tournament, here are some behind-the-scenes facts about the Hoosiers. Full Story >>

President Obama picks IU to win NCAA title

Barack Obama

The state of Hoosier Nation is strong, according to President Barack Obama, who filled out his NCAA tournament bracket today and, to the delight of Hoosier fans everywhere, picked IU as his national champion. "I think it's Indiana's year," the president told ESPN this morning. Full Story >>