Jensen was on former head coach Shannon Griffith’s staff from 2004-08 as a defensive line and linebackers coach.
George Marshall scored a career-high 28 points to lead South Dakota State University to a 92-76 men’s college basketball Summit League victory past IPFW on Thursday night at Frost Arena in Brookings, South Dakota.
Evans, and junior from Indianapolis, was putting up 16.9 points a game to go with a team-best 5.1 assists per night.
Brenton Scott hit six 3-pointers and scored 30 points, both career highs, and Indiana State came back from a 12-point deficit for the second straight game, beating Northern Iowa 74-60 on Wednesday.
Leo grad Taylor Seiss led the Indiana Tech women with 23 points in the victory.
Northrop graduate Quila Jackson led the Cougars with 20 points while Bishop Luers grad Brooke Ridley added 18 points and 13 rebounds.
Keanna Gary finished her fourth straight game with at least 10 rebounds, but it was not enough as the IPFW women’s basketball team suffered a tough loss at home to South Dakota State 61-42.
Zach Auguste had 24 points and nine rebounds, and Notre Dame pulled away late Wednesday night for a 72-64 ACC win over Georgia Tech.
Vince Edwards scored 19 points, Isaac Haas had 14 and Caleb Swanigan added 13 as No. 24 Purdue routed struggling Penn State 74-57 on Wednesday night.
Smith had been battling cancer since 2014.
No. 2 Alabama won its fourth national title in the last seven seasons, outlasting the dynamic play of Deshaun Watson and No. 1 Clemson in a 45-40 victory Monday night in the College Football Playoff championship game.
The agreement runs through the 2021 season and Wilson will earn an average annual compensation of $2.55 million or $15.3 million over six years.
Center had 18 points and 13 rebounds in 25-point win over Ohio State.
Purdue fell four spot this week to no. 24 in the A.P. poll while Indiana sits just outside the top 25 receiving the 27th-most votes.
The former Bishop Luers High School standout announced his decision in a 55 second YouTube video Monday.
Redshirt-senior Max Landis/Indianapolis scored 19 points to lead IPFW to a 65-64 men’s college basketball Summit League road victory at the University of Denver on Saturday evening at Magness Arena in Denver, Colorado
The Irish used a 9-0 run late in the first quarter and a 13-0 run early in the second quarter to open a 36-17 lead and continued to pull away throughout, which kept McGraw happy.
Butler closed to within 58-55 in the final minute and had a chance to tie the score. But Jordan Gathers missed a 3 from the corner with 13 seconds left, and Ochefu made two free throws to seal it.
The Boilermakers weren’t able to make up the 46-37 deficit, despite 12 points from forward Caleb Swanigan and guard P.J. Thompson.
Indiana led 24-12 with just under 10 minutes to play in the first half. The 12-point deficit was the closest Ohio State (11-6, 3-1) would come to challenging the Hoosiers the rest of the game.