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9 comments by   |   Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 10:28 am EDT

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Jordan Hulls and Victor Oladipo rallied Indiana past Georgia in the second half Monday night, Dustin writes.

Tom Crean took a moment to greet ESPN analyst Bob Knight following IU’s win, Dustin writes.

The Old Oaken Bucket is plenty of motivation for the IU football team, Andy writes.

Aulani Sinclair and Texas native Simone Deloach led the IU women’s basketball team to victory in Corpus Christi, we reported.

Maryland made its move to the Big Ten official, the Associated Press reported.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Troy Williams became the last member of IU’s 2013 recruiting class to make it official, Dave Johnson of the Hampton Daily Press writes.

Relive Bob Knight’s comments during Monday’s broadcast, thanks to the Indianapolis Star.

3. BIG TEN COUNTRY
Rutgers will become the 14th member of the Big Ten today, Tom Luicci of the Newark Star-Ledger writes.

4. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Well, only one logical choice to celebrate the combination of Bob Knight and Georgia. Here’s Gladys Knight and the Pips with “Midnight Train to Georgia.”

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9 comments:
#1
Crean is More Pure Than Jesus
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 10:50 AM EDT

What time is the game tonight?

I keep seeing people say 10 pm (which I assume is est) but my paper today says 4:30 (which is pst)

 
#2 Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 11:09 AM EDT

The game is approximately 10 eastern tonight, 8 pacific if my math is correct.

 
#3
FireCrean2013
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 11:21 AM EDT

I recall Crean apologists this past summer suggesting during that scholarship crunch that Hulls’ should be the one to lose the scholarship. Of all people: Hulls! And Dustin arguing that it would not be fair as his father JC Hulls had been diagnosed with cancer. And now the same Crean apologists listen in shock how their fake healer (Cream) says Hulls is an NBA-level guard. Eat crow suckers!

Good game by Sheehey — developed by Crean.

Good game by Oladipo — when he came to IU he simply couldn’t jump. Now after experiencing Crean’s scientific methods of coaching he’s an absolute athlete. Crean taught him how to jump and dunk by showing him in practice. Crean was the most impressive college athlete of his generation!

 
#4
Geoff
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 11:35 AM EDT

FC2013… Something resembling a basketball take – nice!

I know that it doesn’t fit your agenda, but those who were looking at possible solutions to the scholarship situation over the summer never suggested that Hulls should transfer… It was brought up because he would be paying in-state tuition, and because it wasn’t widely known at the time that his father was battling cancer. In fact, that information first became public on this blog as a consequence of the Hulls Off Scholarship suggestion.

Similarly, some people are suggesting that next year maybe Cody should pay his way to make room for a less fortunate, out-of-state kid. No one is suggesting there isn’t room on the team for him, but everyone is aware that he soon will be a multi-millionaire who, like almost every former player who makes it big, will end up donating a hefty sum of money to the University at some point soon anyway.

It’s all just spit-balling FC…

 
#5
Knight is a washed-up gym coach
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 11:35 AM EDT

I don’t remember a single person saying Hulls should lose his ride.

Not one.

I did read that maybe his family could afford to pay his way, but that is NOT saying he should “lose” his ride.

Get Knight’s sack out of your face so you can read better.

 
#6
Tom Crean Wears Bikinis
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 11:51 AM EDT

Pointless. The lot of apologists are again trying to twist the truth. “Hulls Off Scholarship” suggestion then wasn’t a suggestion for Hulls to lose his scholarship?

FireCrean2013 never said anything about Hulls transferring.

He said it was suggested that Hulls’ scholarship be taken.

 
#7
Knight = sad excuse for a human being
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 12:16 PM EDT

I never saw anyone say it should be “taken.”

I saw people say he may offer to pay his own way.

Big difference.

 
#8
Ron
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 4:45 PM EDT

Tonight’s game is going to be an eye-opener. Size of Georgetown – Jordy & Yogi. One of the guys on SportsCenter said Jordy will end up guarding their center position. Hope Vic is “up” tonight. Butler and NC at 8pm.

 
#9
BK is a joke
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 5:10 PM EDT

Bob Knight and Brett Favre probably respect each other.

 


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