Track Down the Hoosiers without the chaos of Search Engines

Posted: April 1, 2013 by MissLane8 in IU Baseball, IU Football, IU Men's Soccer, IU Mens Basketball, IU Women's Sports
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Google is a powerful thing. Maybe too powerful. It can be hard to find just what you’re looking for. Sometimes there’s just TOO much going on. Want to keep up with the Hoosiers but you’re not sure where? Here’s some links to popular IU blogs and news sources for the past, present and future of IU Athletics.

Peegs, the official rivals.com site for just Indiana. Subscribe and get access to exclusive forums and information. (http://indiana.rivals.com/)

The Crimson Quarry. Sounds like it’d be just football, but you can find information and post your own views on most major sports at IU. You can even purchase tickets for upcoming events! (http://www.crimsonquarry.com/)

Hoosier Hype. The student led blog associated with the Indiana Student Daily. (http://www.idsnews.com/blogs/hoosierhype/)

Hoosier Sports Nation. It pretty much has it all. “A forum of the people, by the people, for the people.” A lot of student contribution and solid information. Follow them on twitter, too. (http://www.hoosiersportsnation.com/)

Indiana University Insider. Want something more “professional?” From the office of the Indy Star, this source is updated by hired journalists, not students. I’m not convinced that’s always better, but you might find less grammatical errors. (http://blogs.indystar.com/hoosiersinsider/)

Hoosier Hystoria. A fun flash back of what IU athletics used to be. Articles from the archives of the Bloomington Herald-Times. (http://www.heraldtimesonline.com/hoosiershq/historia/)

 

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