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Hoosierhoopster last won the day on January 28

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  1. 3 days without power, pipe burst, it’s been a blast lol. But got power back tonight. It’s been nuts
  2. That is heartbreaking Jeff. Your son was there for him, for both of them, and you are there for your son and grandson. So sorry for you and your family, but your son being there for them and your being there for your family means a lot.
  3. Really sad and awful. It’s I35 W in the Dallas - Fort Worth area just outside downtown I think it was the expressway, over 130 vehicles. @IUFLAand I are on the greater Houston area, appreciate the thoughts. Texans in the Dallas - Fort Worth area have more experience than Southeast Texans with ice storms and some snow but no chance on ice-slicked roads, and yeah people drive really fast here and especially on the interstates.
  4. Drake is still undefeated -- watch out '76 team!
  5. I'll just change it to "short bench tonight?"
  6. Hoping to see good minutes and usage from Geronimo and Hunter and Leal. Use their talents. Let the shooters shoot from deep. Don’t run everything through Franklin - I think he’ll play and want him to, but not taking 15 shots. Diversify the offense. Use the arc. Rob, be aggressive from the outset. TJD, attack the rim and run back on D, from the outset. We need you on D.
  7. Yeah I’ve never been to Yellowstone or Yosemite— both are musts to get to
  8. Pacers had nothing on the Nets last night. Nets gave up an 18 point lead and 6 in the final 4 seconds to lose lol
  9. Chaney had his own controversial times, some covered in the article, but his legacy was deservedly highlighted for all the many positives he brought to college basketball and the kids he helped and supported. Imo RMK is more controversial but will, as he should, be remembered as well for his greatness as a coach, for the huge impact he had on IN basketball and IU, for the clean program he ran here, and for the lives he positively shaped. He was/is a complicated man, but when he passes his many accomplishments and contributions will be deservedly remembered
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