Indiana Hoosiers guard, Romeo Langford, will be featured on Big Ten Network’s “The Journey” show on Jan 13.
Big Ten Network announced on Thursday night that the Season 10 debut of “The Journey” would feature Romeo Langford, of the Indiana Hoosiers, formerly of New Albany High school.
The Journey: Big Ten Basketball, is a Sunday night documentary-style series that follows multiple teams each week throughout the conference’s basketball season, highlighting different stories and players each week.
For Langford, his episode will air January 13 at 10 pm ET.
This episode follows Langford’s rise to stardom, while never losing everything his parents instilled in him from a young age.
Despite multiple opportunities to play for nationally recognized prep schools, Langford attended New Albany High School all four years, amassing over 3,000 career points and winning a State Championship during his sophomore season.
Named Indiana Mr. Basketball and a McDonalds All-American following his senior season, Langford chose to stay home and play for the Hoosiers over Kansas and Vanderbilt.
So far this season, Langford has done everything and more for the Indiana Hoosiers, as he is averaging 18.2 points per game, 5.6 rebounds and 2.6 assists, and was recently named to the Midseason Wooden Award list as one of the top 25 players in the entire country.
The Hoosiers take on Maryland on Friday night as they look to rebound from their first conference loss that came at the hands of Michigan last weekend.
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