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Heard On The Hoosier Episodes


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.

Sept. 14 - Muncie Star Press Ball State Reporter Ryan O'Gara

Host Stu Jackson is joined by Muncie Star Press Ball State reporter Ryan O'Gara for insight on the Cardinals heading into this weekend's game between IU and and Ball State in Bloomington.

Sept. 7 - Cavs Corner Publisher Brad Franklin

Host Stu Jackson is joined by Brad Franklin - publisher of Cavs Corner, the Virginia Rivals site - for insight on Indiana's home-opening opponent. Franklin discusses what the last 12 months have been like on and off the field for Virginia, starting quarterback Bryce Perkins' journey from high school to junior college to Virginia, IU starting quarterback Peyton Ramsey surprising the Cavaliers last year, and more.

Aug. 31 - Former Indiana All-American defensive back Eric Allen

Host Stu Jackson is joined by former IU All-American defensive back Eric Allen to discuss the recent alumni event held by IU head coach Tom Allen in Indianapolis, his thoughts on the current Hoosiers, what he's been up to with Pace Fitness Academy and more.

Aug. 25 - Staff reaction to Indiana men's basketball's 2018-19 schedule

Staff writers Stu Jackson and Jordan Wells discuss the 2018-19 Indiana men's basketball schedule released earlier this week.

Aug. 17 - IU Football Fall Camp Update With The Bloomington Herald-Times' Mike Miller

Host Stu Jackson is joined by Bloomington Herald-Times IU Athletics beat writer Mike Miller to discuss Indiana's quarterback competition, who's standing out at linebacker, freshmen who have impressed and other observations from the first two weeks of fall camp.

July 20 - Indiana Daily Student Football Columnist Cameron Drummond

Host Stu Jackson is joined by IDS football columnist and current summer editor-in-chief Cameron Drummond, who is entering his second season covering the Indiana football program, to discuss what he hopes to learn from Big Ten media days next week, key position battles to watch as fall camp approaches, and more.

July 13 - Baseball America's Teddy Cahill

Host Stu Jackson is joined by Baseball America's Teddy Cahill for national perspective on Indiana baseball hiring Jeff Mercer as its new head coach.

May 25 - Rivals Midwest Recruiting Analyst Josh Helmholdt on Hunter Johnson

With the news earlier this week of former Brownsburg (Ind.) High five-star QB Hunter Johnson deciding to transfer from Clemson and Indiana as a school not to be counted out as a possible destination, Host Stu Jackson is joined by Rivals midwest recruiting analyst Josh Helmholdt for insight on Johnson as a recruit, how Clemson's recruiting of the quarterback position and how the spring competition played out could've impacted his decision to transfer, what Johnson would bring to Indiana and more.

May 18 - Ben Steele of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Host Stu Jackson is joined by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Marquette Men's Basketball Beat Writer Ben Steele for insight on the Golden Eagles after it was announced earlier this week that Indiana would be hosting Marquette in the 2018 Gavitt Tipoff Games. Steele discusses the local reaction to the matchup, key players returning to and joining Marquette, expectations for the Golden Eagles heading into 2018-19 and more.

May 11 - NBC Sports Rotoworld's Thor Nystrom

With NFL rookie minicamps underway, host Stu Jackson is joined by Thor Nystrom, college football and NFL Draft writer for NBC Sports' Rotoworld, to recap where Indiana NFL hopefuls landed during and after the 2018 NFL Draft and discuss their outlook heading into the 2018 season.