Just a few weeks ago, Indiana University dismissed nine-year head coach Tom Crean from the Indiana basketball program. Sources confirmed Saturday, March 25th that Dayton coach Archie Miller (brother of Arizona head coach Sean Miller) signed a 7 year contract with Indiana averaging about $3 million per year. How do their numbers’ compare? In 6 seasons … More Can Miller Bring back the winning tradition to Indiana?
By Hank Duncan The first round of the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament had no buzzer beaters. There were no crazy upsets. Yes, there were close finishes, but nothing extraordinary. The best two finishes in the first round showed what happens when that buzzer beater doesn’t fall. The closest we came to one of those … More The 2017 NCAA Tournament has Provided a Little More Madness than Usual
By Ryan Wonsowicz Since our calendars have been permanently flipped from February to March, now is a great time to talk about one of the most popular sporting events in the world: the Division I Men’s Basketball NCAA Tournament, aka March Madness. Every year, millions of Americans slap down twenty bucks to join a bracket … More The Madness of March – A Look back at 2011
By Hank Duncan A couple months ago, I decided to find out the home court advantage of the Indiana University Men’s Basketball team. The number I came up with, 3.67, represents only a part of the Hoosiers’ advantage at Assembly Hall. In my first attempt at finding the home court advantage, I only accounted for … More The True Magic of Assembly Hall
By Hank Duncan Last week when the Indiana Hoosiers faced off against the North Carolina Tar Heels, Dick Vitale mentioned that Assembly provides the Hoosiers with one of the best home-court advantages in college basketball. The arena, full of its 17,000 fans and 8,000 students screaming their lungs out throughout the entire game, reached a … More How Magical is Assembly Hall?
Devonte Green and Grant Gelon are two newcomers to Indiana basketball. Both freshman are just a few months into their Indiana careers, but as the season opener against Kansas approaches, they are in a legit fight for their future within the program. College Basketball is a cutthroat world; there were over 700 transfer last season … More Opportunity Now: Grant Gelon and Devonte Green
By John Vasington It was 2012. The final buzzer sounded in the New Orleans Arena after a 57-63 loss to Alabama in the SEC Tournament, signifying the end of both the season and of coach Darrin Horn’s career with South Carolina. Gamecock fans were left scratching their heads, were they cursed? No matter how hard … More The story behind South Carolina Basketball’s rise