Tag Archives: Archie Miller

Indiana needs to learn from win over UConn, not celebrate it
December 11, 2019

Indiana needs to get better, and use last night’s win against UConn as a springboard to better basketball, or this season could spin in the same wrong direction as the last three. The Hoosiers beat the Huskies 57-54 last night in one of the least aesthetically appealing basketball games in this young season.  The Hoosiers found a […]

Indiana beats Gannon 84-54 in a game where the Hoosiers competed only in the second half #iubb
October 30, 2019

IU Basketball has brought a mixed bag to fans during the past three seasons, and last night’s meaningless exhibition played in front of friends and family at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall was no different. The Hoosiers played well in the second half, overwhelming Gannon by 30 points, but Gannon actually led late in a miserable first half. There are two ways to […]

Indiana Basketball – Media Day questions will be answered in December
September 25, 2019

Jerome Hunter’s leg is getting healthier every day. That is the only useful piece of insight shared by the 11 players who appeared in three groups or three and one group of two during yesterday’s IU basketball media availability. Other than that, media was delivered an endless torrent of cliches and pablum before being served […]

Schedule released for IU Basketball – Hoosiers look bubblicious again
August 23, 2019

My optimism for Indiana Basketball needs to be validated at some point or I’m going to sound like one of those boobs in Bedford who predict a sixth National Championship before every season. The schedule was released today, and I’m feeling very good about the chance for the Hoosiers to find a way back into […]

IU Basketball – Winning is EASIER with Indiana kids and without cheating
July 17, 2019

This is Indiana! IU Basketball fans say “This is Indiana” a lot – as though evoking the name of the university and state that takes such pride in its basketball heritage can shake off the rubble and cobwebs of a program that has receded into national irrelevance over the past quarter century. During that 25-year period, […]