Tag Archives: Matt Roth

Indiana Basketball – Oversigning Keeps Hoosiers at Full Strength
April 15, 2013

by Kent Sterling For two straight years, Indiana coach Tom Crean has rolled through the spring with too many players committed for the 13 scholarships the NCAA allots, and for the second year he has looked damn smart in doing it. There are some who worry about the morality of overpromising scholarships without having a […]

Dan Dakich Brings Clarity to My Tom Crean Perspective
February 21, 2013

by Kent Sterling It’s been almost five years since Indiana University hired Tom Crean to run it’s basketball program, and that is the same amount of time I’ve taken in trying to figure out what it is I don’t care for in Crean.  Today, thanks to an on-air intervention by 1070 the Fan host Dan […]

Five Reasons to Be Optimistic About the Indiana Basketball Rebuilding Process
February 15, 2010

by Kent Sterling It’s easy to respond to a six-game Big Ten losing streak with cynicism.  Until the past two seasons, the Hoosiers haven’t suffered a six-game conference losing streak since World War II.  That kind of systemic failure is usually met with skepticism at the minimum and usually an amount of horror.  IU fans have […]