And could it have ended any worse than a banked 3-pointer with five seconds left to lose a game you had in your grasp?
Probably not. Only on a day like this.
But that’s where the Hoosiers stand. 9-2 in the Big Ten and tied with Wisconsin, who swept the season series with Indiana, for second place behind Purdue.
As I’m sure you read, Kelvin Sampson issued a brief statement regarding the NCAA allegations. He denied ever intentionally misleading NCAA investigators and said he was looking forward to working with them through this process. He refused several times to discuss any nature of the matter.
“You guys all do a great job,” he told reporters. “And I know you have a job to do. But I just can’t talk about this. I hope you understand my situation.”
What are all of your opinions on this, both the tough loss and Sampson’s situation with the NCAA?
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