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Heard On The Hoosier Episodes

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Hosted by Stu Jackson, Heard on The Hoosier features unique and timely guests for conversations on storylines surrounding IU football and men's basketball. Notable guests who have previously appeared on episodes of Heard on The Hoosier including longtime IU basketball and football radio play-by-play announcer Don Fischer, Pro Football Focus' Steve Palazzolo, former IU men's basketball guard Jordan Hulls and Showtime "Perfect in '76" producer Ross Greenburg.

Listen to the latest episodes in the embedded audio players below.

March 15 - IU Football Spring Position Breakdowns

TheHoosier.com's Stu Jackson and Taylor Lehman take a look at key position battles for IU football with the spring game a little over four weeks away.


March 4 - BTN Basketball Analyst Jon Crispin

Host Stu Jackson is joined by BTN Basketball Analyst Jon Crispin to discuss Indiana's first season under head coach Archie Miller, where he felt like IU improved the most under Miller, who has the potential to be the biggest breakout player for IU next season and more.


Feb. 25 - Mike Miller of the Bloomington Herald-Times On IU's Big Ten Tournament Outlook

Host Stu Jackson is joined by Bloomington Herald-Times IU beat writer Mike Miller to discuss the Hoosiers' outlook heading into the Big Ten tournament, including who needs to play well for them and what it's going to take for them to take to the weekend of the tournament.


Feb. 3 - Former Indiana Guard Errek Suhr

Host Stu Jackson is joined by former Indiana guard Errek Suhr to discuss the Hoosiers' season so far. Suhr, who serves as the color analyst alongside longtime voice of the Hoosiers Don Fischer, talks about his impression of IU to this point in the season, going through a coaching change and how that impacts players' roles and team chemistry, what's made Juwan Morgan so effective this season and more.


Jan. 27 - GoldandBlack.com's Brian Neubert

Host Stu Jackson is joined by Brian Neubert of GoldandBlack.com, the Purdue site on the Rivals/Yahoo Sports Network, to preview Sunday's game between Indiana and No. 3 Purdue in Bloomington. Jackson and Neubert discuss how center Isaac Haas replacing Caleb Swanigan in Purdue's starting lineup has changed the way the Boilermakers are playing this season, the growth of Purdue sophomore point guard Carsen Edwards, if the current stats were expected based on how Purdue head coach Matt Painter constructed the roster through recruiting, what Purdue needs to do well and how it has to limit Indiana, and more.


Jan. 12 - Longtime Author And IU Season Ticket Holder Bill Murphy

Host Stu Jackson is joined by Bill Murphy, author of The Indiana Hoosiers Fans' Bucket List and IU season ticket holder for more than six decades, for historical insight on the coaching changes experienced by the IU men's basketball program. Murphy discusses common elements in each of those transitions, how long it typically took for the players and coaches to adjust, and similarities he sees in those adjustments with this current Indiana team.


Jan. 2 - New Year's Resolutions For IU Basketball

TheHoosier.com's Jordan Wells and Stu Jackson weigh in with their New Years resolutions for the IU hoops program, plus add their own.


Dec. 20 - Rivals Midwest Recruiting Analyst Josh Helmholdt

Host Stu Jackson is joined by Rivals Midwest Recruiting Analyst Josh Helmholdt to discuss IU football's 2018 signing class, including signees from the midwest and the state of Indiana.


Dec. 15 - Blue & Gold Illustrated's Corey Bodden

Host Stu Jackson is joined by Blue & Gold Illustrated's Corey Bodden of the Notre Dame Rivals site to preview Saturday's Crossroads Classic matchup between the Irish and the Hoosiers.


Nov. 27 - Bloomington Herald-Times IU Beat Writer Mike Miller

Host Stu Jackson catches up with Bloomington Herald-Times IU Beat Writer Mike Miller to discuss IU football's season-ending loss at Purdue, the offseason ahead for the program, IU basketball's Big Ten-ACC Challenge tilt vs. Duke Wednesday night and more.