Tag Archives: Archie Miller Indiana

Archie Miller needs to bring the gift of pain to the Hoosiers, or change will never come
February 17, 2020

“What’s the worst that can happen?” is a question kids ask themselves all the time as they assess the risk and reward scenarios for behavior. If I make everyone in class laugh, I might get a detention.  Is that worth it? Within the Indiana Basketball program, it appears the harshest discipline Archie Miller is willing to wield is […]

Indiana Basketball – Archie Miller is a basketball coach, not a brand
March 26, 2017

The thing I like best about Archie Miller being named basketball coach at Indiana University is that I know nothing about him. I had no response to the news a day ago that IU athletic director Fred Glass had tabbed Miller – I mean none.  Not a whoop, smile, frown, or grimace.  The news had […]

Indiana Basketball – Fred Glass goes logical, hires Dayton’s Archie Miller
March 25, 2017

Archie Miller might be the perfect guy to lead Indiana basketball to its next era of hanging banners. His ability to lead may be second only to George Patton.  Those five banners might welcome a sixth and seventh to the rafters at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall because of his rare genius. What Miller is definitively […]

Indiana Basketball – So many questions from texters about IU hoops, including “Does winning mean unending purgatory under Crean?”
March 13, 2015

by Kent Sterling My smart phone was buzzing last night and continues this morning with texts from IU alums and boosters, most of whom are concerned that a win against Northwestern will mean a “stay of execution” for Tom Crean as Indiana’s basketball coach. Those texts underscore the mood regarding Indiana Basketball among those looking […]