Indiana University’s volleyball, wrestling and golf programs will have new facilities to call home by September of 2018.
The policy includes any prospective student-athlete, transfer student or incoming freshman.
Surrounded by students at a panel discussion, NCAA executive Oliver Luck says there’s not much chance of paying student athletes.
This marks the second consecutive bowl appearance for the Hoosiers since the years 1990 and 1991.
IU's last home non-conference game is Saturday against Western Kentucky.
Indiana University President Michael McRobbie made it known he is displeased with the string of legal trouble for student athletes.
Indiana University announces an eight-year apparel contract with Adidas; the Carmel City Council has postponed a vote on an anti-discrimination ordinance
The Hoosiers' apparel sponsorship deal with Adidas expires next year, and the athletic department says it's close to inking a deal.
The Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology will become fully operational following the completed renovations at Assembly Hall in the spring of 2017.
IU will make a "major announcement" today about an athletics donation; the national unemployment report for May is out today. Read more in our morning roundup.