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Top 10 reasons to keep Tom Crean as Indiana’s coach (Part 2 of 2)
March 29, 2016

As promised, here is part 2 of the internal dialogue I have with myself regarding the future leadership of the Indiana basketball program. Yesterday, we dealt with the negative – 10 reasons to replace Tom Crean as coach.  Today, we list reasons to embrace Crean as the right man to coach the Hoosiers. As with everything […]

Indiana Basketball – Tom Crean is going to be just fine if/when he gets fired
March 27, 2015

by Kent Sterling With talk of potential for a coaching change in the Indiana University basketball program, there are two camps of passionate fans I hear from regularly – those who are very black and white – pragmatic types who want Tom Crean gone because Indiana should be an elite program because if Indiana isn’t […]

Indiana Basketball – Tom Crean a bad fit from the beginning, death spiral has started
March 19, 2015

by Kent Sterling As Indiana prepares to play Wichita State in the opening round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament, conversations among Hoosiers fans have little to do with that intriguing matchup between two outstanding sets of guards. Will Tom Crean be fired?  Did what Tom Crean said Monday night during his radio show mean he’s […]

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. […]