Tag Archives: Indiana Hoosiers

As the Hoosiers and Pacers beat untalented/depleted teams, there is no need for apology
February 23, 2015

by Kent Sterling Late in the afternoon yesterday, Indiana took the court against Rutgers University, and it was clear the Hoosiers would roll over the confused and apathetic Scarlett Knights.  The Pacers went to work as the Hoosiers game reached halftime against the team with the best record in the NBA – without the best […]

Indiana Basketball – Tom Crean Talks About Leadership and the NCAA
July 28, 2013

by Kent Sterling Indiana Basketball coach Tom Crean is an interesting guy.  Regardless of whether you like, love, or loathe him, he’s a lightning rod in Indiana sports who is impossible to ignore.  Heading into his sixth year, the challenges of being the head coach at IU will evolve toward a new level of pressure. […]

Baseball is a Different Game Now at Indiana University
May 31, 2013

by Kent Sterling Baseball used to be played at a place called Sembower Field that was only feet away from Foster Quad.  Oddly, it was a hilly field.  Outfielders had to run uphill as they tracked a flyball toward the fence.  The bleachers were standard issue, and watching a guy like Bill Mueller hit bombs […]

The Importance of This Year’s Recruiting Class for Indiana University
March 31, 2010

by Kyle Miller It’s really quite simple.  Competition drives success.  Crean has come up empty on some top recruits (Selby, Irving, and most recently Abraham, to name a few), but there is no reason to fret.  If Crean wants to establish a solid foundation, he must produce and excel with the core players we currently […]