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Hearing two things. 1) Mohammed COULD go past Dec. 15. 2). A three point shooting transfer  has come into the picture.  Muhammed goes elsewhere.... this guy is looking to enroll early.  And

Jeff Ermann, Maryland Insider, put in a Crystal Ball pick for IU early this morning.  Would love to see Aminu commit before school starts.  

Caught up with Aminu's guardian last night.  Here is the latest with him. https://www.thedailyhoosier.com/iu-basketball-recruiting-indiana-making-2021-five-star-guard-aminu-mohammed-a-high-pri

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5 minutes ago, Hoosierfan1901 said:

I just don’t see the hype over UGA 

 

They just had a 2 guard go #1 in the draft, and Crean coached Edwards, Dipo, and Wade. Aminu is a top 15/20 kid who wants to get to the league. That stuff is attractive. 

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1 minute ago, KDB said:

They just had a 2 guard go #1 in the draft, and Crean coached Edwards, Dipo, and Wade. Aminu is a top 15/20 kid who wants to get to the league. That stuff is attractive. 

Some can not seem to take the cream & crimson glasses off and see that this is a business decision, based on what is best for the player.  

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1 hour ago, mchenry34 said:

This is exactly right. The mythology that Crean has built up around Wade is off putting to me. It wasn't as though no one else knew he was talented. It was that people weren't wiling to recruit him with the state of his academics. 

The Anthony Edwards this is also silly. They had a losing record with the number one draft pick. That's supposed to reflect well on the coach?

The world doesn't want to hear about the labor pains, they just want to see the baby...

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9 hours ago, HoosierDom said:

I believe Brunk wanted to go to law school when he first came but IU told him he couldn't. I wonder if covid might change that since he could possibly do remote classes.

I wouldn’t recommend law school and playing college basketball at the same time.  I wouldn’t be surprised if the law school forbids it.   The only way it could work is if they made an exception and let him take maybe six credit hours.  As an example, unless things have drastically changed, they did not allow you to have a part time job during your first year of law school when I was at Maurer.  Also, keep in mind, IU has a top 25 law school and you have to get top grades and scores to get in.  I’m not saying he doesn’t.  I hope he does.  

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11 hours ago, NotIThatLives said:

Cost of room and board to live like an IU basketball player with full master's tuition paid vs living in a 450 sq ft studio in eastern europe making 60k.  Sign me up for a master's in basket weaving.  

Actually Indiana can still pay for everything and treat him and Al like scholarship players it just doesn’t count against your numbers. So let’s say a school has 13 scholarships and 5 left over seniors they could actually have 18 kids on scholarships that is being paid for but only those 13 count.

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22 minutes ago, IUfaninIllinois said:

Actually Indiana can still pay for everything and treat him and Al like scholarship players it just doesn’t count against your numbers. So let’s say a school has 13 scholarships and 5 left over seniors they could actually have 18 kids on scholarships that is being paid for but only those 13 count.

Are you sure about this? I don’t understand the rule to be that unless it changed recently. I work with a guy who has a daughter going to play beach volleyball next fall and she isn’t getting money the first year because they have extra kids due to the extra year of eligibility.

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6 minutes ago, kyhoosier29 said:

Are you sure about this? I don’t understand the rule to be that unless it changed recently. I work with a guy who has a daughter going to play beach volleyball next fall and she isn’t getting money the first year because they have extra kids due to the extra year of eligibility.

I’m not it’s what I heard very early on so maybe it changed? I heard each school had their own choice.

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5 minutes ago, kyhoosier29 said:

Are you sure about this? I don’t understand the rule to be that unless it changed recently. I work with a guy who has a daughter going to play beach volleyball next fall and she isn’t getting money the first year because they have extra kids due to the extra year of eligibility.

yes but its up to EACH school if they want to offer it. not up to the kid, thats the part everyone is missing.

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45 minutes ago, IUfaninIllinois said:

Actually Indiana can still pay for everything and treat him and Al like scholarship players it just doesn’t count against your numbers. So let’s say a school has 13 scholarships and 5 left over seniors they could actually have 18 kids on scholarships that is being paid for but only those 13 count.

A problem I would love to have

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