Tag Archives: Will Sheehey

Indiana Basketball – A Whimper Rather Than a Bang Ends the Hoosiers Season
March 13, 2014

by Kent Sterling Indiana had their chances – up 38-33 with a chance to extend the lead to seven, but the shots that missed for Illinois earlier started to fall and the turnovers that have plagued the Hoosiers all season extracted their toll.  And the season ended for this young Hoosiers team. Of course, Indiana […]

Indiana Basketball – Strange 93-86 Win Against Iowa Keeps Hope Alive – Again
February 28, 2014

by Kent Sterling Excuse me if you have heard this before, but the Indiana Hoosiers are a strange team. If I told you before yesterday’s game that I believed the Hoosiers would score 93 points to beat the 20th ranked team in the country, but that Yogi Ferrell and Noah Vonleh – the best two […]

Indianapolis Sports – Never More Interesting with Only Pacers a “Sure Thing”
August 14, 2013

by Kent Sterling Back and forth I go about the predicted fortunes of the Indianapolis Colts.  They are projected to win anywhere from six to 12 games, and that’s an unusually huge swath between potential success and failure.  Hard to imagine most NFL teams winning more than 12 or less than six (except for the […]

Indiana Basketball – Did the Hoosiers Rebuild Just Hit Peak
April 1, 2013

by Kent Sterling The re-emergence of Indiana University’s basketball program has been a steady upward climb since the remnants of the grim Kelvin Sampson era walked out the door after not finding new coach Tom Crean to their liking. But like every climb, up can only be so high, and now after rising to the […]

Indiana Basketball – Tom Crean Continues to Build IU Basketball the Right Way
December 15, 2012

by Kent Sterling Weird on a day that saw the Indiana Hoosiers lose to Butler to write about what a great job Tom Crean is doing in Bloomington as the architect of a reclamation project that the programmers of HGTV wouldn’t touch with a ten foot support beam. The truth is that kids are developing […]