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Now that we’re back in the EST, Hoosier Brunch returns. It’s going to be an interesting week with our trip to Hotlanta approaching on Wednesday and a certain rematch that I think you might’ve heard about.
1. HOOSIERS HQ
Fans turned out in Bloomington as the Hoosiers returned to celebrate Indiana’s run to the Sweet 16, Christy Mullins wrote.
Fans also followed IU all the way to Portland to watch two solid wins from the Hoosiers, Dustin wrote.
It’s the rematch we’ve all been waiting for. Let the Indiana-Kentucky rematch hype begin, Dustin wrote.
2. INDIANA BASKETBALL
The Hoosiers got a timely boost from Christian Watford in the game’s first two rounds, and he’ll be very important against UK, Terry Hutchens of the Indy Star writes.
Adversity is nowhere close to being new for Crean’s Indiana teams, Ben Smith of the Journal Gazette writes.
Indiana will undoubtedly be compared to its 2002 edition, which made a run to the national title game. Connor O’Gara of the IDS gives you that comparison.
Does the glass slipper go well with candy stripes? Avi Zaleon of the IDS wonders.
The Big Ten is living up to its lofty expectations from the regular season, and Indiana is a big part of that, Eric Lacy of the Detroit News writes.
3. TWO FOR THE ROAD
Not sure you’ve heard, but Peyton is a Bronco. Tebow is displaced. And I’m pretty sure the Internet is on the verge of collapse. Your thoughts, Indy fans?
Mark Titus of Grantland.com makes 20 observations of the NCAA Tournament’s first weekend, if you missed any action.
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