Tag Archives: Tim Buckley

Top 10 reasons the Indiana Hoosiers are the best story in college basketball
February 26, 2016

Indiana Basketball stands very near an accomplishment that would have been impossible to imagine three months ago. After losing to Wake Forest, UNLV, and Duke during a two-week stretch that was thoroughly disappointing, Indiana found itself, and is in the drivers seat to win the Big Ten regular season crown over teams like Maryland, Michigan State, […]

Indiana Basketball – Just Who Is Noah Vonleh, and What Is He Good At?
October 9, 2013

by Kent Sterling The four freshmen I have only read about and watched on video are all on the shelf right now, and that’s troubling for IU fans because the question of whether the Indiana Hoosiers are going to continue their ascension is largely dependent upon the fortunes of those young men. Noah Vonleh is […]

Center Grove “Kwiats” Washington’s Cody Zeller in Hall of Fame Classic
December 30, 2010

by Kent Sterling There is something so fundamentally right about watching high school basketball in the state of Indiana that regardless of the teams competing, it’s compelling.  Nothing over the holidays is more fun than making the trip to New Castle to watch the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Classic. I’ve never seen Washington or […]