Jeff and Haze talk to Steve Risley, #34 for the 1981 NCAA Champions.
Jeff Taylor and Jeremy Haeseley give you a brief preview of the upcoming Indiana Basketball – Back IN the Day Podcast.
Based on my twitter feed last night, Lindy’s Sports published their College Basketball Preview and IU fans are mad about it. Here’s the short version. They picked IU to finish 12th in the Big Ten this year and “No respect!”… Continue Reading
It’s been a couple of days, which has given me the exact right amount of time to get irritated about the story surrounding Grant Gelon’s exit from Indiana Basketball. Here’s what happened, as best I can tell from reading the… Continue Reading
Archie Miller’s contract was released earlier this week. Quick summary: Archie can afford a nice house, and isn’t likely to lose his health insurance any time soon. So, good for Arch. There were two things I found interesting about his… Continue Reading
As you know, we have a new coach. Archie Miller was hired a couple of weeks ago now from Dayton to replace Tom Crean. And while the public reaction in the press and on various social media platforms has been… Continue Reading
I was listening to a podcast put up by peegs the other day where Ken Bikoff talked about what the national media gets wrong about IU fans. His point is basically that the only time Bob Knight’s name gets brought up… Continue Reading
And just like that, as the ball was tossed to begin the 2017 NCAA tournament – yet another NCAA tournament without Indiana Basketball, Tom Crean was fired. That’s some kind of timing. And I only mention the timing because sometimes… Continue Reading
This is only my fourth post of the season. How about that? It’s not like this season hasn’t been worthy of comment, or that I haven’t watched every minute of every game, or that I haven’t had opinions. Because it… Continue Reading
So, this season is a colossal disaster that will end, at best, in a first round NIT loss at home. #ProveMeWrongKidsProveMeWrong This is a fact. This team has been injured quite a bit. Though not necessarily more than any other… Continue Reading