Defensive Lineman Ralph Green Arrested for Battery

Defensive Lineman Ralph Green Arrested for Battery

The festive weekend has become scarred because one member of the Indiana University football team was arrested Sunday morning on misdemeanor battery charges, according to a report from Mike Miller of the Hoosier Scoop. The Hoosier who found trouble is big defensive lineman Ralph Green, a red shirt junior who was going to be a factor in improving the IU defense. The incident occurred at a house on North Lincoln according to a Bloomington Police Department report, where Green “struck the victim in the face, causing a complaint of pain.”

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Crimson Topples the Cream in the Annual Spring Game

Crimson Topples the Cream in the Annual Spring Game

Gorgeous weather and the promise of a new football season brought more than 10,000 fans to Memorial Stadium to see the Indiana Hoosiers Spring Game. Coach Kevin Wilson decided to pair up the 1st team offense with the 2nd team defense (Cream squad) and the 2nd team offense with the 1st team defense (Crimson squad). Zander Diamont threw a pair of touchdown passes to Damon Graham to lead the Crimson squad to a 13-10 victory.

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Five Takeaways from the Cream and Crimson Game

Five Takeaways from the Cream and Crimson Game

Written By: Nick Holmes (@HoosierHolmes)

It was perfect day for football in Bloomington on Saturday, as the Hoosiers took part in their annual Cream and Crimson showdown inside Memorial Stadium. While both the offense and defense kept it fairly vanilla, there were many encouraging signs that leads one to believe that this could a breakthrough year for Coach Wilson and his team.

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Weekly Recruiting Roundup 4-17-15

Weekly Recruiting Roundup 4-17-15

Written By: Nick Holmes (@HoosierHolmes)

It's been fairly quiet on the recruiting front this week, however, we did find out that Ohio quarterback Peyton Ramsey is close to a decision and another school has drawn even with Indiana and Boston College. Four-star safety Craig Watts named a top 10, which included the Hoosiers among four other Big Ten teams. Also, Nick Starkel, quarterback from Texas, committed to Oklahoma State last evening. While the Lone Star state quarterback did not have an offer from the Hoosiers, he did at one time report interest from Indiana. Florida quarterback Augie DeBiase had made a visit to Okie State earlier in the week, but with Starkel's commitment, if there was mutual interest between DeBiase and the Cowboys, it has likely passed now. Those corresponding tweets and more are below.

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Six Under-the-Radar Hoosiers to Keep an Eye this Saturday

Six Under-the-Radar Hoosiers to Keep an Eye this Saturday

We are only a couple of days away from the Cream and Crimson game, an opportunity for fans to get their first glimpse of the 2015 Indiana Hoosiers. Those in attendance will be looking to see how Nate Sudfeld has recovered since his injury, how the receiving corps has developed, how sophomore running back Devine Redding looks with increased carries, and how senior Nick Mangieri has adjusted to being back at defensive end.

But beyond the obvious, here’s the names of some of the under-the-radar players you should keep an eye on this Saturday. 

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