Tag Archives: Indiana Northwestern

Yes, IU sucked against Michigan, but it only counts as one loss
January 27, 2017

It happens to most teams – that night where a road team’s indifference meets a home team’s urgency. It happened to Indiana last night.  The Hoosiers were terrible from tip to buzzer as Michigan rolled to a 30-point win. IU’s defense was as horrific as ESPN’s Jim Calhoun’s analysis was indecipherable.  The Wolverines made more […]

Indiana and Butler face tough games tonight in search of win #20
February 25, 2015

by Kent Sterling The college basketball season changes in the middle of February.  Teams that appeared unbeatable in January are suddenly flawed, and those that couldn’t win earlier find the right combination of effort, experience, and talent to vanquish foes. Fans saw it last night as Syracuse beat Notre Dame in South Bend, Maryland upset […]

Indiana Basketball – Hoosiers Back Birthday Guarantee; Beat Northwestern 61-56
February 22, 2014

by Kent Sterling There was no way the Indiana Hoosiers were going to lose on my birthday.  It hans’t happened since Bob Knight’s final season, and runs the winning streak on February 22nd to four games. No one is looking for the Hoosiers to play otherworldly and transcendent games that redefine quality basketball.  No one […]

Indiana Basketball – Terrible Shooting Leads to 52-47 Defeat to Northwestern
January 18, 2014

by Kent Sterling There are days when the ball just won’t go in the bucket, but this was ridiculous. Indiana hit only 15 of its 60 shots in a loss to Northwestern at Assembly Hall today.  That just simply could not happen if the Hoosiers hope to be seriously considered for an at-large bid in […]