Indiana Basketball: Hoosier Question of the Day ... Who should be the next basketball player to be inducted into the IU Athletics Hall of Fame Today's Hoosier Question of the Day is who should be the next basketball player to be inducted into the IU Athletics ... Guyton is the fourth all-time leading scorer in Indiana history. He scored more than 2,100 points in his career. At some point here ... 07/17/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
We have reached Hoosier Question of the Day No. 40. We have reached Hoosier Question of the Day No. 40. Do we have 40 more in us ... There was one though and that was A.J. Guyton . Guyton is the fourth all-time leading scorer in Indiana history. He scored more than 2,100 points in his career. 07/17/2013 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Russia's Sports Minister says the government will cut the budget for hosting the 2018 World Cup as part of plans to slash state expenditure while recession looms.
The Russian government is cutting its spending by 10 percent across the board after the central bank predicted last month that the economy could contract by up to 4.7 percent this year.
Mutko, who is a FIFA executive committee member, said in comments reported by the Tass news agency that World Cup stadiums and associated infrastructure would be exempt from the cuts, but "various organizational issues" and "subsidies to the organizing committee" would be cut.