#ThinkB1G In-Foe-Graphic Series: Indiana

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In conjunction with Maryland's historic move to the Big Ten Conference on July 1, Maryland athletics will be taking an in-depth look at its future Big Ten foes. Today we continue the series by profiling Indiana University.

June 2: Illinois; June 4: Indiana; June 6: Iowa; June 9: Michigan; June 11: Michigan State; June 13: Minnesota; June 16: Nebraska; June 18: Northwestern; June 20: Ohio State; June 23: Penn State; June 25: Purdue; June 27: Rutgers; June 30: Wisconsin

About Indiana

Location: Bloomington, Indiana

Founded: 1820

Enrollment: 42,464

Provost: Lauren Robel

President: Michael A. McRobbie

Athletic Director: Fred Glass

Indiana Athletics

School Colors: Cream and Crimson

Nickname: Hoosiers

Joined Big Ten Conference: 1899

Football Stadium (capacity): Memorial Stadium (52,929)

Basketball Arena (capacity): Assemly Hall (17,472)

Varsity Teams: 24

Most Successful Sport: Men's Soccer- 8 national titles

First B1G event at Maryland: October 3, 2014 - Volleyball



• All-time basketball record: 1736-980 (.639)

• Conference/National Championships: 21/5

• Head Coach: Tom Crean


• All-time football record: 454-624-45 (.424)

• Conference/National Championships: 2/0

• Head Coach: Kevin Wilson

Notable Former Athletes

Basketball: Isiah Thomas, George McGinnis, Jared Jeffries, Eric Gordon, Cody Zeller, Bob Knight (coach)

Football: Anthony Thompson, Antwaan Randel El, Bill Ingram, Tandon Doss

Notable Alumni

Kevin Kline ('70): American stage and film actor

Mark Cuban ('81): American businessman and owner of Dallas Mavericks

Dick Enberg: sportscaster

Jamie Hyneman: co-host of television series "Mythbusters"

Fun Fact: Candy Cane Pants

Indiana's basketball program is famous for its characteristic and unchanging attire. While the rest of college athletics is centered on the newest and flashiest trends (with Oregon and Maryland at the forefront), Indiana has made minimal changes to its uniforms over the years.

Bob Knight, the classically stodgy and conservative coach whose name is commonly attributed to Indiana, always wore the same red knit sweater on the sideline. Indiana famously lacks nameplates on the back of its basketball jerseys.

Indiana's most iconic fashion choice is the candy cane white and red vertically striped pants its basketball players wear during warmups. A staple of the program, the candy-striped pants are so typical that even some local high schools sport the Hoosiers' fashion.