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chicagoHOOSIER last won the day on January 15

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    IU at Nebraska Game Thread 1/18 7 PM BTN

    Armaan should also be included on the good side of the ledger too. He looked like he belonged there last night. And his box score looks like an Oladipo box score. He was a nice player for us last night on the road. I am thinking now with steady improvement he might possibly even be able to become one of our guys by the end of the year.
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    IU at Nebraska Game Thread 1/18 7 PM BTN

    wow. we finally got a road win. it was tough. proud of IU tonight.
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    IU at Nebraska Game Thread 1/18 7 PM BTN

    I don't remember seeing Armon and Devonte together on the court this year until now. Interesting.
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    IUBB vs Rutgers Game Thread 1/15 7 pm BTN

    We are both scared, and not prepared to get the ball into the post. Our offense is both puzzled and afraid. If I could choose one word to name the offense Indiana runs now, I would name it the Scared Offense. Get the ball into the post, into Jackson-Davis' hands inside, into Justin Smith's hands inside, into Joey Brunk's hands inside, and most definitely into De'ron Davis' hands in the post. Rutgers needs to be backed down in the post. We have the guys to do that. IU is stronger than Rutgers , but we don't do what we need to do th get the ball to our athletes and beasts under the rim. We are not a perimeter team, but we spend most of our time on offense passing the ball slowly around the perimeter.
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    RIP Brother CCGeneral

    Wow. Just now saw this. Bummer. Good guy. Valuable. So young at the end. Peace and love for all who share the sadness of the loss of ccgeneral, and thanks to the general for all of the good times and great posts.
  6. Ah ok, so much for that thought then. Now I wonder if he was violating university policy by doing that, or if he asked the university if he could go to go to the game lol.
  7. This thought never occurred to me until now. Because he was fired, he may have been told he is not allowed on campus. And then that would mean he would need to ask for permission to be on campus. And that may explain why he has never come back. Because he never asked for permission. I am guessing the university has certain policies and procedures that apply to everyone, even VIP's.
  8. Don't you think that making it a spectacle would be one of the biggest motivating factors for Coach to come home and watch a game?
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    1 on 1 Player Meetings and Rotation Change

    Yeh, Deron wrecked State. I hope he can come in and do that again. That was fun.
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    College Bball Thread

    You bring so much to this board. Thank you for doing that.
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    College Bball Thread

    Michigan State always gets their poopmakers handed to them before they play IU. Usually it is the game right before they play IU. I think they prepare extra hard for IU leading up to that game at the expense of the game before. After we beat them twice last year, it looks like Izzo might be giving up two games this time to prepare for IU. I do not know for certain, but I would not be surprised if Wisconsin beats them in a few days too, or they at least struggle against Wisconsin. And then they will come out balls to the wall against IU the game after. Just a trend I see. IU needs to be really committed to basketball and determined now if they want to try to get one of these next two road games and then try to beat State at home the game after.
  12. how many times did the IU defense force a steal only for the transition offense to run the length of the court, with help, and try to shoot a layup straight through the only northwestern guys in position to defend under the basket, and of course miss and/or get swatted down, and lose possession?
  13. that was a chore to watch. that is not why I follow IU basketball.
  14. wow. we are losing to northwestern at home? northwestern is always bad, and they are worse this year. wow. bummer, man.