Tag Archives: Collin Hartman

IU forward Collin Hartman
March 11, 2016

After IU’s loss to Michigan, Kent Sterling talks in the locker room with junior forward Collin Hartman. Tweet

Indy’s Morning Sports List – 10 reasons why Indiana lost at Wisconsin last night
January 27, 2016

Indiana held serve through its first seven Big Ten games against sub-par team this season – a season where coach Tom Crean is fighting to keep his job despite the gravity of fan dissatisfaction. Early season losses to Wake Forest, UNLV, and Duke showed the same variety of difficulties (defensive deficiencies in both scheme and […]

Indy’s Morning Sports List – Top 10 reasons to feel good about IU Basketball
December 3, 2015

Okay, I admit it.  This is just an intellectual exercise to see if I can come up with 10 reasons for optimism about IU Basketball without getting snarky.  Last night’s loss at Duke was miserable.  The defense was pathetic, and it was one of those 20-point losses that felt much worse. But like Tom Crean […]

Hoosier Hysteria – Assistant Steve McClain Talks About What He Expects from the Hoosiers
October 4, 2013

by Kent Sterling There is a pressing question for everyone associated with the 2013-2014 Indiana University basketball team, and that is “What are your expectations for this year’s team?” It’s kind of a silly question because there isn’t a sane coach or player associated with this or any other team who will quantify it with […]

Ten Reasons Why Indiana Will Win the 2014 NCAA Tournament
April 9, 2013

by Kent Sterling I’m calling it right now.  Indiana will win.  Yesterday, I picked Louisville to win by six.  What happened?  Louisville won by six.  I’m on a roll, and this top ten is an effort to strike while the iron is hot. 10 – Indiana won their last two titles in 1981 and 1987. […]

Indiana Basketball – Did the Hoosiers Rebuild Just Hit Peak
April 1, 2013

by Kent Sterling The re-emergence of Indiana University’s basketball program has been a steady upward climb since the remnants of the grim Kelvin Sampson era walked out the door after not finding new coach Tom Crean to their liking. But like every climb, up can only be so high, and now after rising to the […]