Ready To Make a Run?

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah - IU senior Marco Killingsworth talks about Indiana's prospects for making a run in the NCAA Tournament. Indiana opens tourney play on Thursday at approximately 9:50 when it takes on 11th-seeded San Diego State.
March 15, 2006

Senior Day Speeches

Listen to IU Coach Mike Davis, former IU great Landon Turner, and Hoosier seniors Marco Killingsworth, Sean Kline, Lewis Monroe and Marshall Strickland say farewell to IU fans after the Hoosiers' win over Michigan State.
February 26, 2006

Men's hoops: lineup change pays dividends

Walk-on forward Kevin Gullikson shines; Flowers gets a start as UW turns to smaller lineup
February 9, 2006

Hoosiers and Badgers searching for a win

Wisconsin and Indiana will be fighting to stay afloat in the Big Ten race Wednesday evening
February 7, 2006

No. 18 OSU Hits The Road To Meet No. 16 IU

Ohio State-Indiana has been a fairly heated basketball rivalry over the years. On Saturday in Bloomington, the No. 18 Buckeyes and No. 16 Hoosiers will face off for the only time this season. Both teams are playing well and could factor into the race for the Big Ten championship. We have comments from OSU's Thad Matta, Jamar Butler and Je'Kel Foster.
January 6, 2006

Rondo Lifts Wildcats Into Top 25

Rajon Rondo lit up the Louisville Cardinals for 25 points during Kentucky's 12-point victory Saturday afternoon in Lexington. It was the first serious test for Rick Pitino's team. And Rondo did his best to make sure the visitors failed it. In the meanwhile, the sophomore helped get the Wildcats back into the national Top 25 ratings.
December 19, 2005

Sycamores Bottle Up Killingsworth

Terre Haute, Ind. – One week removed from a dominating performance against No. 1 Duke, Marco Killingsworth was brought back down to earth by Indiana State.
December 6, 2005

Duke Game No Big Deal To IU's Big Man

Despite the matchup with No. 1 Duke, fifth-year senior Marco Killingsworth is trying to downplay the significance of Wednesday night's Big Ten/ACC Challenge encounter.
November 30, 2005