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Welcome to another edition of 6-Banner Sunday, a joint production between The Assembly Call and Inside the Hall, and presented by our friends at Trueblood Real Estate, where we highlight the five most essential IU basketball stories of the past week, plus take a look at how the other IU sports programs are doing.
It’s the best time of year for college basketball with March Madness underway. For IU fans the week could not have gone better as both the men’s and women’s teams have moved on to the round of 32. While Indiana survived their challenges, other teams were less fortunate including arch-rival Purdue.
Away from the court, Assembly Call and Inside The Hall had their regular shows and we will as usual conclude with a look at how other Hoosier sports are doing led by solid play recently from softball.
• Hoosiers beat Kent State to advance to NCAA tournament second round
• Women easily defeat Tennessee Tech without Mackenzie Holmes
• Men and women to take on Miami (FL) with Sweet Sixteen berths on the line
• Purdue upset as top seed and other results in NCAA games
• Assembly Call and Podcast on the Brink
• Hoosier Roundup
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Banner #1 – Hoosiers beat Kent State to advance to NCAA tournament second round
While upsets occurred left and right on the first three days of March Madness (more below), four-seed IU had no such issues taking out underdog Kent State in a game they controlled from start to finish on Friday 71-60.
Trayce Jackson-Davis (who was named an AP First-Team All-American) and Race Thompson took apart a smaller Golden Flashes squad inside with 24 and 20 points respectively. Miller Kopp helped spread the floor with 13 points and a trio…
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