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  1. Indiana. Not sure if he will take all his visits or not. Shouldn't matter.
    38 points
  2. "when asked how Rick Barnes must feel right now, Coach Woodson said, 'Sh!t, he'll be alright.'"
    25 points
  3. Correct. Early to mid October. Indiana.
    22 points
  4. In honor of our great friend @milehiiu the wind continues to blow strong toward Bloomington with no change of direction in sight. Miss ya Mile
    19 points
  5. I don't blame him. That's probably the smart thing to do but none of his visits will come close to ours. This new coaching staff is SO good.
    18 points
  6. The visit has been well received by a vital influence: Noah’s mother:
    18 points
  7. I think they knew and I heard they were pushing for a commitment from Clowney. This guy is their plan B. The.bama this weekend I expect him to be a Hoosier about 2 weeks after that visit
    17 points
  8. Huge upcoming weekend for this one…… Visit should blow him away like all the others.
    17 points
  9. Not to boast here, but I may have swung this young man to Indiana. I messaged him "Indiana" on his IG page and he liked it. Could be a good sign?
    16 points
  10. Woody, Yasir, Fife, Kenya, Brian Walsh, Isaac Green, Clif Marshall, Matta, Scott Dolson. Who wouldn't want to play for that.
    14 points
  11. 13 points
  12. Overall not so sure the visit could have went much better. We were in great shape prior and nothing has changed. The sooner this one ends the better for us. Staff knocked it out of the park
    13 points
  13. Or if he was a mid major recruit from in state it would be 100 pages
    13 points
  14. If he is not a Hoosier in about 24 hours from now I will be shocked.
    13 points
  15. So you've been a fan since 1955 and THIS made you quit watching? 😳
    12 points
  16. I have connections at LaLumiere so hopefully I can get some intel on how this recruitment will shake up.
    12 points
  17. Looks like we are going all in just like we did with JHS.
    12 points
  18. 12 points
  19. Been a while since I've been on boys, moved into Bloomington for freshman year and the buzz around the team and Jalens commitment down here is getting crazy!!
    12 points
  20. Hey, it’s been awhile since I’ve checked in. I had an extended bout with Covid, but I’m on the upswing now. Hopeful for some good news tomorrow! This kid is a player, and will make an excellent addition to the program. P.S. - You’d think that with the NCAA allowing kids to get paid now, the NBA minor league won’t be as prevalent. Unless of course the kids just struggle academically.
    12 points
  21. Fears really just stopped by for a football game. He took a much more lengthy visit in June. Not sure there will be news coming from the visit.
    11 points
  22. Getting great vibes all the way around on this one. If the Ark lands anywhere other than Bloomington I will be shocked
    11 points
  23. To be clear, this is not mocking Fouls in any way. Just the opposite. I've been through a divorce. It was less than fun. Instead, this is a tribute to everyone here who rolls with life's challenges with an upbeat attitude and a healthy sense of humor. Here's to good times ahead. For all of us, and for our Indiana basketball team.
    11 points
  24. I think if this staff was here last year we would’ve had Kaufman.
    11 points
  25. I feel very good when you confirm the same things I hear. Thank you
    10 points
  26. Indiana football is my dominatrix….I love the pain.
    10 points
  27. This came to my mind when I read his name😂
    10 points
  28. https://www.thedailyhoosier.com/iu-basketball-recruiting-post-visit-qa-with-2022-forward-noah-clowney/?fbclid=IwAR0scHcO1LEHc0-C5dsJhUlWChUq6YjQH9Llhqzopp645d6jr202x6WLp6w
    10 points
  29. Might want to be careful how you word that lol….that could be interpreted totally differently on another forum! Lol
    10 points
  30. Rabby said the visit went well and the family was impressed
    9 points
  31. This post was a product of me looking at me NOW, verses a parent to my kids. What I knew, what biases (as far a personal possibilities) I had, what I thought was "out of reach" and honestly didn't even know to at least reach to start with. I look at my wonderful kids (4/5 have been successful, but #5 is slower finding her way) and remember my thought process at their age and being a parent. I had absolutely zero idea of the possibilities, even though I knew "everything". Well, my #2 daughter, mother of my #1 grand daughter, is doing a wonderful job being a mother, but even with her knowing what I started with and what I have been able to achieve, still is hesitant to push the Grand Daughter to REACH. Well, I stole the GD today for a Grampa day. It did include Ice cream (that's a gimmie duh), BUT... Just look at that next Commercial Airline pilot! 8 years old (5'1" but I can't talk her into loving IU basketball.... YET) and what started as scary, ended with "I SAW MY HOUSE that was so cool". I've now been shunned by the great grand parents, But the daughter is glad her kid did it. So the idea of this was to talk about; Now that you have all of this experience, what tools/ tricks/ conversations/ infurances do you use to expose your Grand kids to things that they should KNOW are within their reach, if they only know to extend an arm and try? Now a side note, shout out to #1 daughter and mother to #8 Granddaughter. Born 2 days ago, on her Great Grandmothers 83'rd Birthday and the day her Grandmother and I were married 33 yrs ago. I think I have time to introduce her to Space flight.
    9 points
  32. Looking at your post history shouldn't you be watching Turdue losing to the Irish right now.
    9 points
  33. If I had a dollar for every time I’ve said this, I’d be posting this from my Gulfstream.
    9 points
  34. Is that why Fouls has so many wives? 😂🤦🏻‍♂️🤷🏻‍♂️
    9 points
  35. Found this pic on Kwame's Instagram... Not sure Coach Woodson has a bigger advocate than Carmelo Anthony...
    9 points
  36. We are squarely in the driver's seat barring something crazy
    9 points
  37. 11 years ago our great friend @milehiiuencouraged me to start a post wishing Ayden a Happy 3rd birthday. The significance was that we were told by the Cleveland Clinic that he would not live to see 3. I have thanked HSN so many times for allowing me to do this. Every year since then I put on a birthday post for him. For his 3rd birthday Mile also made Ayden the official Mascot of HSN. HSN and our family have been connected for a long time. The thought of losing a child can put a person in a very dark place and sometimes having someone to just talk to adds a lot of light to that place. For me Mile and so many others on here were that light that I needed. This place was my therapy and a place that I could share my fears, my worries, my prayer concerns but also with each passing day my happiness, my praise and all the amazing things that Ayden was doing that we were told either he would not be here to do or physically able to do. One of my big regrets is that I did not make it to Colorado to see my good friend and introduce him to my HERO!! On September 4th Ayden will be 14 years old and I just cannot believe it. Happy Birthday Ayden I love you with all of my heart and soul. You are the reason that i strive everyday to be a better person. You inspire me to try and live each day to the fullest. To never give up to look at obstacles as opportunities. You are a reason to praise GOD and to share your story so others can be encouraged. As a kid my heroes wore capes and baseball uniforms, or walked the sideline of Assembly Hall. For the past 14 years my HERO has lived under my roof, calls me DAD and has done more in his life already than I ever will. Thank you Ayden I love you and Happy Birthday. Thank you so much Mod team and all the posters of HSN. I know that this is a message board about sports but here it is different. This is family, this is community and we have a common love for Indiana University that binds it all together. I am grateful for being a part of this, for what @Colonialcrester started so long ago and you guys have continued. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
    9 points
  38. Bloomington will never look better than after spending a day in Champaign
    9 points
  39. Johnny Cal hates true road games like J Biden hates smart decisions. If he doesn't have his fans outnumbering the other team's, he'd prefer not to play it. I'd watch the @ Notre Dame game and especially the @ Kansas game. There may be a sudden "covid-19 spike" for the cats that takes one off the books.
    9 points
  40. Noah you are officially on the clock
    9 points
  41. Purdue announces they don't want him...
    9 points
  42. I'm willing to bet the farm now 🙃
    9 points
  43. Reading that thread, I thought sure she was going to die. I made my decision awhile back to get vaccinated. I knew there were risks either way but I took the path I personally believed gave me the best chance to beat this thing. Only 20/20 hindsight will say for sure whether that judgment was correct. What I am confident of is that most vaccinated people seem to fare better if they do get the virus. I've personally talked to multiple friends who were unvaccinated and got COVID. I have no vaccinated friends that have had symptoms of the virus since vaccination. I don't doubt breakthrough infections occur...I see plenty of evidence that they have. I'm simply talking about my friends who include both vaccinated and unvaccinated people. I limited my observations to those people simply because I know them well and they have no reason to lie to me. Your experience may vary, but mine makes me feel like I made the right choice to get vaccinated. Someday, I'll know if I was right or not, but either way, I'm at peace with the decision.
    9 points
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