Category Archives: Featured Story

Indiana Basketball welcomes back the low-key direct honesty of Mike Woodson
March 29, 2021

The event announcing the hire of Mike Woodson as the 30th basketball coach in Indiana University history was not designed to win over fans and media like the previous two. There were no bands, fireworks, or bold predictions.  Red carpets, frenzied applause, or inspirational videos were also absent. Maybe the lack of dynamism was due to it […]

Indiana Basketball – Armaan Franklin enters the transfer portal
March 23, 2021

Indiana’s Armaan Franklin entering the NCAA’s Transfer Portal is not good news, but it isn’t necessarily bad news either. Franklin’s name in the portal allows schools to contact him – or Franklin to contact schools he may be interested in transferring to.  The player can also choose to have his name removed from the portal and Indiana […]

Indiana can’t get Brad Stevens, so Dolson is left with three paths for his coach
March 22, 2021

Brad Stevens said no to Indiana several times.  The first rebuff was ignored.  We listened to the second.  At least most of us did. Some are still holding out hope that some miracle occurs, and the rejections are revealed to be an effort by Stevens to disguise his rabid interest in returning home until the end […]

Brad Stevens decides to stay in Boston – dream dies for IU
March 19, 2021

“I have a great deal of love for Indiana so I want to make sure everyone knows that but you can still so that and love where you are and do your job and be thankful for all this place has done for us.”  Brad Stevens, March, 19, 2021 So Brad has told the Celtics […]

Indiana Basketball – Save your tears! Archie Miller doesn’t need or deserve them!
March 16, 2021

People are talking about Archie Miller being fired as Indiana’s basketball coach as though he has passed away and requires mourning. COVID did not get Archie.  He is not the latest cautionary tale of a young man without underlying conditions who was ravaged by the newest mutation of the virus.  He lost too many basketball games […]