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4 comments by   |   Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - 10:12 am EDT

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Remy Abell’s offseason work paid big dividends, as the sophomore scored a career-high 14 points in Monday’s win, Dustin writes.

Abell is part of the Hoosier bench that makes IU so explosive, I wrote.

IU women’s basketball coach Curt Miller got his first Hoosier win on a late bucket by Sasha Chaplin, we reported.

Freshman Dan Feeney has seized hold of a starting spot on the offensive line for the IU football team, Dustin writes.

The Indiana soccer team received a first-round bye and the No. 16 seed for the NCAA Tournament, Andy writes.

2. IT’S INDIANA
North Dakota State was just the latest visitor to fall prey to Indiana at Assembly Hall, Kevin Schnepf of The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead writes.

Remy Abell is fast becoming an impact player at IU, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

3. BIG TEN COUNTRY
Monday it was Illinois basketball making noise on the recruiting trail by landing four-star 2013 big man Austin Colbert, Marcus Jackson of the Champaign News-Gazette writes.

4. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Just because of Remy, here’s Grizzly Bear with “Ready, Able” in psychedelic claymation.

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4 comments:
#1
Ron
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - 4:43 PM EDT

Anybody see the story of NCAA and CalTech. If you think IU got the shaft, nothing like this one. CalTech has no athletic scholarships. Lost 237 straight baseball games, just ended a 310 straight conference basketball games lost, volleyball lost all 168 conference games and water polo team has not won a game in 7 yrs.

They got 3 years probation, one yr postseason ban and ban of off-campus recruiting. Somethng about class sampling.”Signal Transduction and Biomechanics in Eukaryotic Cell Morphogenesis” was one of the problem classes.

Article ends….”somewhere in the heart of Kentucky, John Calipari sleeps uneasily tonight”

 
#2
TsaoTsuG
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - 5:03 PM EDT

Ron thanks…priceless!!! Here’s a link for those of you who find researching too demanding a task.

http://articles.latimes.com/2012/jul/15/sports/la-sp-plaschke-cal-tech-20120715

 
#3
Ron
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 - 12:12 AM EDT

Watching BB since 7am is starting to get to me.

Cincinnati looks good. Kansas & Michigan look good. Duke and Kentucky both look very good. BTN coverage of IU, we looked ok, but that was against N Dakota State.

By the time conference play starts Michigan State will be battle tested and battle ready. At least we’ll have played NC & maybe UCLA.

But man those teams I mentioned really look good. And playing real competition.

IMO. the way IU is playing now, the rapid pace of subsitution is not allowing the players to get settled or get into their zone..? I remember last year, it seemed as if once a player hit a key shot they were given a rest, especially if they hit a 3. Never understood that.

I think by the end of the year, the rapid change over will be a positive, but I think we are going to have some rough spots for awhile because of that..?

 
#4
Geoff
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 - 1:11 AM EDT

Ron – agree that Cinci and KU looked good. I thought MSU and Gonzaga looked real good. I thought Duke looked ok, and I wasn’t impressed by UK… I was impressed by Poythress, and by what a fluid athlete Noel is, but as a basketball team I wasn’t impressed.

The team that looked the best to me over the last day & 1/2 was Michigan…. They put on a show last night. Burke looked unbelievable and the freshmen all were good. I’m not sure how they’ll be on defense, but man did they make offense look easy. They are a team that scares me a bit because they’re bigger than us up front with Morgan, Horford, and McGary, have the wing athletes to run with us, can shoot it, and have a great PG. They are a no doubt top 3 team to me.

 


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