Indiana's Creek out indefinitely with foot injury

Nov 25, 2012; Bloomington, IN, USA; Indiana Hoosiers guard Maurice Creek (3) looks to make a pass against Ball State Cardinals guard Chase Brogna (14) at Assembly Hall. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Maurice Creek Drives Through Defenders

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(AP) Indiana backup guard Maurice Creek is out again. The Hoosiers (9-1) said Wednesday that Creek will be out indefinitely after sustaining an undisclosed injury to his right foot injury during Sunday’s practice.

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Super Seven: Ranking best Big Ten hoops arenas

Nov 27, 2012; Bloomington, IN, USA; A general view of the opening tip of the game between the Indiana Hoosiers and the North Carolina Tar Heels at Assembly Hall. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Superhero Night at Assembly Hall

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When it comes to the best hoop arenas in the nation, places like Kentucky’s Rupp Arena, Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium, UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion and Kansas’ Allen Fieldhouse often are mentioned. But the Big Ten has its share of iconic venues, and I rank the conference’s seven best in this week’s Super Seven.

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BTN Soccer Report: Indiana wins NCAA title

NCAA SOCCER:  DEC 07 Men's College Cup - Indiana v Creighton

BTN Soccer Report - Dec. 18, 2012

On this season’s final edition of BTN Soccer Report, host Kevin Egan checks in with newly crowned national champion Indiana. Head coach Todd Yeagley and captain Caleb Konstanski discuss the program’s eighth College Cup crown and that thrilling final 1-0 win over Georgetown.

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Season in review: Indiana football

The Hoosiers still are searching for their first bowl trip since 2007, but they made strides in their second season under Kevin Wilson by winning four games after winning only one game overall and none in Big Ten action in 2011. And Indiana did this despite losing starting quarterback Tre Roberson for the season to a broken leg in the second game.

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Women's hoops roundup: Penn State, Purdue tally wins

Six Big Ten women’s basketball teams were in action Sunday, and all six tallied victories. No. 11 Penn State dropped South Dakota, 60-50, and No. 15 Purdue drilled Oakland, 77-46, to highlight the action. Catch up on all the scores and stats in this post.

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