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    Big Ten Network Celebrates Indiana Day on July 5

    Go Hoosiers! Jorge Campillo and the IU Men's Golf Team will kick off Indiana Day on the Big Ten Network July 5 at 6 a.m.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Jorge Campillo and the IU Men's Golf Team will kick off Indiana Day on the Big Ten Network July 5 at 6 a.m.
    Go Hoosiers!

    June 30, 2009

    CHICAGO - Hoosiers around the country can tune into the Big Ten Network on Sunday, July 5 to catch 24 hours of Indiana-only programming.

    Highlights of the day will include Hoosier triumphs from the 2008-09 sports season. The baseball team won the 2009 Big Ten Tournament, and the 13-2 championship win vs. Minnesota, will air at 7 PM ET. Last fall, the men's soccer team beat Ohio State 3-2 on a free kick in overtime, and the win will air at 3 PM ET. The women's swimming and diving team put forth a strong combined effort to win the 2009 Big Ten Championships, which will air at 5 PM ET.

    Episodes of the original series The Big Ten's Greatest Games, featuring some of the Hoosiers' memorable victories, will air throughout the day. The 2003 men's basketball overtime win over Iowa will air at 10 AM ET, and the football team's 1999 win over Illinois will air at 1 PM ET. An impressive performance by Antwaan Randle-El and a late comeback from a 21-point deficit enabled the Hoosiers to pull off the victory in that contest. At 10 PM ET, the 1987 National Championship Game against Syracuse will air. Keith Smart's jumper in the closing seconds gave Indiana another title under coach Bob Knight.

    Big Ten Short Stories, featuring the Indiana Hoosiers, will air first at noon ET. Segments of the episode include footage of men's basketball head coach Tom Crean wired during practice and stories about famous Hoosiers such as running back Anthony Thompson, women's tennis head coach Lin Loring and Major League Baseball play-by-play announcer Dave Niehaus.

    The day of Indiana programming is the second of three full days dedicated to Hoosiers athletics and campus programming that will air this summer. Each university will have three full days of dedicated programming on the network during the next two months.

    Indiana Day Schedule - July 5
    All times Eastern

    6 a.m. - Big Ten Men's Golf - Big Ten Match Play Championship (2/14/09)
    The Hoosiers topped Michigan to win the school's first ever Big Ten Match Play Championship with a score of 3.5 to 2.5. All six Indiana student-athletes earned at least 1.5 points in the three rounds leading up to the finals. Hoosier senior Jorge Campillo was 3-0 on the weekend.

    9 a.m. - Indiana Campus Programming - Talking Sports: Heroes, Hype & the Truth

    10 a.m. - The Big Ten's Greatest Games - Men's Basketball: Indiana 91, Iowa 88 (OT) (3/1/03)
    Bracey Wright scored 21 points and sank the game winning three-pointer with 13 seconds left. Jared Reiner had a career-high 25 points and 17 rebounds, and Jeff Newton became the school's all-time leading shot blocker in the victory. Five Hoosiers scored in double digits.

    Noon - Big Ten Short Stories
    This episode contains a "wired for sound" feature on men's basketball head coach Tom Crean, specials on former Hoosier and NFL running back Anthony Thompson, women's tennis head coach Lin Loring, and former Hoosier and famed Major League Baseball play-by-play announcer Dave Niehaus.

    12:30 p.m. - Big Ten's #1 NBA Draft Picks - Featuring Kent Benson

    1 p.m. - The Big Ten's Greatest Games - Football: Indiana 34, Illinois 31 (OT) (10/2/99)
    The Hoosiers were down 28-7 late in the third quarter but mounted an impressive comeback to win in overtime. Antwaan Randle-El generated 422 yards total offense, 282 in the last quarter and a half, and led Indiana to the thrilling win.

    3 p.m. - Big Ten Men's Soccer - Indiana 3, Ohio State 2 (OT) (10/26/08)
    After a scoreless tie in the first half, Indiana came out strong and scored on two of its first three shots. Ohio State fought back to tie the game before the end of regulation, but the Hoosiers' Andy Adlard bent his free kick around the Ohio State wall for his third game-winning goal of the year.

    5 p.m. - Big Ten Women's Swimming and Diving - Big Ten Championships (2/21/09)
    Indiana's team effort secured the conference crown with 823 points, leagues ahead of Michigan's 665 points at second place. The Hoosiers won one relay and four individual titles.

    6:30 p.m. - Big Ten Short Stories

    7 p.m. - Big Ten Baseball - Big Ten Tournament Championship: Indiana 13, Minnesota 2 (5/23/09)
    The Hoosiers decisively won the school's second conference title by beating No. 2 Minnesota. Junior pitcher Matt Bashore was named the Big Ten Tournament's Most Valuable Player. Five other players also made the All-Tournament Team.

    10 p.m. - Big Ten's Greatest Games - Men's Basketball: 1987 NCAA Championship: Indiana 74, Syracuse 73 (3/30/87)
    Keith Smart's jumper in the final seconds lifted Indiana to a national championship against a star-studded Syracuse team that featured Derrick Coleman, Rony Seikaly and Sherman Douglas. Steve Alford led Indiana with 23 points, and Smart's 16-footer became one of the most famous shots in college basketball history.

    11:30 p.m. - Big Ten Short Stories

    Midnight - Big Ten Baseball - Big Ten Tournament: Indiana 11, Penn State 8 (5/23/08)
    Hoosier senior Tyler Cox redeemed himself after his error in the eighth gave the Lions the lead by hitting a walk-off grand slam in a tournament elimination game to continue to the semifinals.

    3 a.m. - Indiana Campus Programming - Talking Sports: Heroes, Hype & the Truth

    4 a.m. - The Big Ten's Greatest Games - Football: Indiana 31, Iowa 28 (10/14/06)
    Indiana receiver James Hardy put forth a stellar performance grabbing three touchdowns and more than 100 yards receiving in the Hoosiers' biggest win against a ranked opponent since 1987. Freshman dual-threat quarterback Kellen Lewis accounted for four Indiana touchdowns to help clinch the victory.

     

     

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