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  1. Add one "Romeo Langford" to the list of those declaring
  2. Love the inside info... suggest editing to block the plate. Come on down, Joey!
  3. Our last coach famously had us in recruiting battles with the likes of Incarnate Word and Montana State... I say we’re on an upward trend based on your first sentence😛
  4. EJ was a consistent high level producer. Romeo has only shown occasional flashes, so far. Romeo is a fantastic young man and I am grateful he chose IU. Maybe I had unrealistic expectations. To me, an NBA first round pick doesn’t get single digits in big games, nor does he get schooled by the other teams role players. Call me crazy
  5. Nah of course that's too extreme for the current social landscape. Perhaps just stuff em into a trash can or pass around some used TP
  6. For me, that same Knight statement could be applied to Archie's motivational tactics this season. Don't get me wrong, I like Archie and his coaching acumen. But, Coach has to take some responsibility for the players' repeated lack of effort. Knight had earned the right to make that statement. Arch still has a lot of work to do before he can.
  7. Our team only has itself to blame. And the coaching staff did a poor job of pushing them to their potential. Yet another lousy season in what has become the norm for our once-great program.
  8. And after some $13M in legal fees and mostly tame PR noise.... it worked and is seldom mentioned as the program continues to win. On the other hand, when a school does the "right thing" and takes down its whole program over some relatively minor NCAA recruiting violations, the stench lingers on, and on, and on...
  9. Coming here to remind us that IU is considered a bad loss to league leaders was also combative, though a bit passive/aggressive. Reap what you sow.
  10. Perhaps the isolation is actually a GOOD THING, considering the team dynamics of this year's group of guys.
  11. Now THERE is some great news! Prayers answered for Jerome. Thinking he will work his way back to being the high level player he is... wishing him all the best. Praying for continued improvement in his health.
  12. Too bad we won't be able to "ketchup" with Brooks in Bloomington. As much as we all want him, this type of move to a 1-and-done factory like UK seemed likely the minute Keion ditched his HS team and friends to play at LaLu. (I don't blame him for that either) UK is more like LaLu than IU, where the added pressure of academics would be more challenging. I can understand why young Mr. Brooks would choose Kentucky. I don't wish him any ill. I also won't be rooting for him at UK. On to the next... maybe Archie can overcome this year's train wreck of a season and land a guy like Watford. Whomever shows up to play, I hope they are competitors that aren't happy to just be stars on campus. Guys who-- you know-- actually want to win and are willing to put in the work to become great.
  13. Congratulations! Please tell us you didn't name him Keion...
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