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  1. For whatever reason his jumper from high school never ever developed, not even really a little bit. Zeller is a good screener and pretty good rebounder. His defensive stats are pretty good for a big man that doesn't get a lot of blocks. If he could have had some sort of jumpshot out to 15-20', I think he would have had a different career. As it is, dude has still made a bunch of money and will stick around the league for many years to come.
  2. I think alot of fans, myself included, were bought in to the idea of Archie instead of the actual guy himself. I wanted him to succeed because he was a young coach with a good pedigree from a family of coaches and friends that have been successful. If he succeeded, then IU would be set for possibly the next 20 years. When in reality, he never actually connected with fans or really with the players he was coaching. Didn't seem like any of the players were real sad to see him go, or any former players come out in support of him. All in all, the whole era was just MEH.
  3. If you have seen the video of Coach Woodson last night with all the Knicks players, and then try to imagine Archie doing something similar....it would absolutely never happen.
  4. A little strange to me that we haven't heard from or seen Archie at all since he was fired. Where has he been? He wasn't a candidate for any of the open jobs nor has he made any public statements since he was let go. The stark difference in program building the past month compared to what Archie did when he got here is really something when you look back at it. Just take last night as an example. Coach Woodson went back to the Knicks game, they had a premade video for him, and he was also seen getting hugs and hellos from all the players. This is something you would have never se
  5. Not really, would have still gotten beat. Played “good” in the first half and still down 1 to freaking Rutgers
  6. I too was relieved when I saw Purdue on the other side of the bracket. Not proud of that.
  7. Here is the bracket. Not that I think this team can make a run, but this bracket sets up pretty nicely if this team can find anything. No Purdue, Ohio St, or Michigan on IU side.
  8. Not at all objecting to the rule, and I honestly didn't even think about the cameo money, etc. The Lilly King point was a good one. My objection is really to the players thinking they are worth more than they actually are. Some would most likely be better off in the current system. But I guess the market would set that price.
  9. I think the guys stating the players are worth well over $40k are overexaggerating a bit. IU has 1 guy playing right now that any of us on a message board would even know if it weren't for them playing at IU. How much could Al or Rob make on NIL? My guess, it's not much. Trayce could probably make some good additional money on endorsements in the state, but no one else.
  10. Just googled "How old is John Beilein" if you guys are wondering how the game is going.
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