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1. HOOSIERS HQ
Coming off the first loss of the season, the Indiana basketball team gets back to work tonight, Dustin writes.

Paul Bayt, a high school teammate of Yogi Ferrell, has transferred to IU as a walk-on, Dustin writes.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Mount St. Mary’s is eager to try its luck against the Hoosiers, Daniel Paulling of the Hanover (Pa.) Evening Sun writes.

Todd Yeagley and Caleb Konstanski talk national championship in the season’s final edition of the BTN Soccer Report with Kevin Egan.

3. BIG TEN COUNTRY
Utah State’s Gary Andersen has been tapped as the new Wisconsin football coach, Tom Mulhern of the Madison State Journal writes.

In the wake of Tuesday night’s loss to Ohio State, Winthrop head coach Pat Kelsey made some passionate remarks regarding the Newtown school shooting, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.

4. ONE FOR THE ROAD
In honor of tonight’s opponent, here’s Bruce Springsteen live with “Mary’s Place.”

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8 comments:

  • 323SGrant #1


    Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 11:27 AM EDT

    Dumb decision by Crean to have a small guard such as Hulls in the last play of the game vs. Butler when you need a defensive stop!

  • Geoff #2


    Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 11:44 AM EDT

    Btw… (because it relates to one of the stories above) I admired Boeheim’s comments on gun control after their last game. He is a hunter and manages to have proper perspective on the situation. I live in Maine and at least 50% of my friends are avid outdoor sportsmen. I would never advocate a reversal of the 2nd Amendment. But in no way do I think anyone needs an semi-automatic weapon with a big clip. What purpose does that serve that a different rifle could not? Why do you need to be able to squeeze off 45 rounds per minute?

    I applaud Boeheim for using his stage for something bigger than his program.

  • Laffy #3


    Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 11:54 AM EDT

    I laugh at all the rednecks who say, “We need assault weapons in case the government tries to take us over.”

    So many stupid things with that, but let’s say it happened.

    All the Feds have to do is put a drone over your house and you’re gone in 1 minute.

  • Hoosier Clarion #4


    Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 12:30 PM EDT

    Gents,

    Please be advised over 85% of the 300,000,000+ firearms in the possession of Americans are considered semiautomatic. America will not be going back to single shot or single action weapons.

  • Ron #5


    Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 12:42 PM EDT

    Brother-in-law works in gun shop. Yesterday they sold out stock of AK’s within 90 minutes opening @$1000 plus each.

    Semi-automatic sells fine. Stoping the sell of automatic assult weapons fine.

    Sign in a store yesteray advertising machine guns & silencers.

    Utah you would be hard pressed to find a guy who is unarmed

  • Geoff #6


    Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 1:00 PM EDT

    Would you consider an AK-47 with a banana clip or a AR-15 with a 30-round clip, modeled after the military issue M-16, as in anyway necessary to civilian self-defense, protection or legal hunting?

    Why are silencers needed? I don’t know any of my hunting friends that use silencers when hunting deer, moose, or pheasant…

    There are certain types of guns, and certain size clips that are meant for military use and killing humans… Those are the ones that don’t need to be in the hands of citizens.

  • Geoff #7


    Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 1:03 PM EDT

    Btw, the next town over from where I live is the home of Windham Weaponry, formerly known as BushMaster, which makes the AR-15. I find it intersting that I haven’t heard anything in the local news about the connection.

  • Hoosier Clarion #8


    Wednesday, December 19, 2012 - 6:34 PM EDT

    The Oklahoma City bombing nor O.J. hit the news with the use of a gun.

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