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  1. Not remotely the same players. As a freshman Vonleh was 16-33 from three (48%) and 71% FTs
  2. One thing I disagree with: Last Wednesday, in Miller’s 121st game leading the Hoosiers, the coach watched Rutgers—the worst program in the Big Ten when he arrived—dunk all over his passive team. The Scarlet Knights grabbed uncontested rebounds, swatted away shots and ran the floor with impunity. They took a 20-point lead before easing off and winning by 11. Hard? This was easy. Laughably easy. Low-point-of-the-Miller-era easy. Probably not even in the top 5 after Purdue in CBK's return, Indiana State, IPFW twice, OSU in BTT with NCAAT bid on the line, NW at home this year...
  3. Went back and looked at pre-season B1G predictions from CBS Sports: Some notables: IN 7 currently 10th WI 3 currently 6th MSU 4 currently 9th PU 8 currently 5th OSU 5 currently 3rd And the big one MI 9 currently 1st Then there's these: Big Ten Preseason Freshman of the Year Khristian Lander, Indiana Khristian Lander just turned 18 years old two months ago. The former five-star recruit reclassified from the 2021 class to 2020, and despite his youth, figures to make an instant impact as a rookie in Bloomington. He averaged 21 points and 6 boar
  4. Bloomington enrollment has actually slipped by about 600 students over the past 4-5 years. https://uirr.iu.edu/facts-figures/enrollment/historical/index.html
  5. The administration hates this line: "That's simply not good enough and it's increasingly clear hiring him was yet another false step from a university whose brand is directly tied to the success of its basketball program." Butler OTOH, embraced this. It put them on the map nationally, and led to a big jump in enrollment.
  6. Make particular note of #2 and #9E. #8 also is open to a lot of interpretation. https://iuhoosiers.com/sports/2018/9/24/bill-of-rights.aspx "When we put it out there," Glass says, "I would have thought we'd be one of many by now. In fact, we're not. It's still an unusual thing." That's exactly the way he wants it. Setting a standard other universities refuse to meet gives Indiana a much-needed edge in the ruthlessly competitive world of college athletics. "We might not always be the only school, but we will always be the first," he says. "And, for this, we're still pretty
  7. THIS SEAT IS RATHER WARM These coaches need to start winning right now, but that may not even be enough… Mike Brey (Notre Dame) As the Irish barrel towards a second losing season in the last three years, fans are getting restless with their longtime head coach. Brey has been at Notre Dame since 2000 and his overall accomplishments are undeniable. But now a few years removed from back-to-back Elite Eights, it is starting to feel like the time to make a change. Last year’s team went 20-12 (10-10 ACC) but likely would have
  8. The Indiana job eats its coaches. Mike Davis hid in his basement and missed a game due to “illness”. Tom Crean’s son’s teacher announced his firing before it was true
  9. Reggie may still have a house in Indiana, but he spends his winters in Malibu
  10. Much worse than that. And it was recruits. At least three former University of Louisville men's basketball recruits have confirmed to NCAA investigators that they attended parties inside an on-campus dorm where strippers danced for them and prostitutes were paid to have sex with them, a source close to the NCAA investigation told Outside the Lines. In October, five former University of Louisville basketball players and recruits told Outside the Lines that they attended the recruiting parties. One former recruit, who went on to play at Louisville, said that he had sex with a dancer af
  11. Again, not touting Alford, but technically he wasn’t fired from Iowa. He landed the NM gig first, but clearly the writing was on the wall. But beyond the record, he was despised by Iowans. I moved to IA after he left and couldn’t believe the vitriol. It’s hard to get Iowans to dislike you.
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