Hoosier Morning (afternoon edition)

2 comments by   |   Thursday, January 31, 2013 - 2:23 pm EDT

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Indiana pulled away from Purdue, handing the Boilers their worst-ever loss at Mackey Arena Wednesday night, Dustin wrote.

IU’s will to win meant the Boilermakers had no choice but to take Wednesday’s whipping, I wrote.

Former Hoosier Devan Dumes is scheduled in court to day on a charge of attempted murder, Dustin wrote.

The IU women’s basketball team heads to Purdue tonight looking for its missing offense, Mike wrote.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Purdue coach Matt Painter minced no words in talking about IU’s superiority Wednesday night, from the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel.

Indianapolis Chatard guard Joe Fagan has accepted a spot as a preferred walk-on at Indiana, Kyle Neddenriep of the Indianapolis Star reports.

It’s Michigan No. 1 and Indiana No. 4 in the power rankings, with Jordan Hulls No. 1 in efficiency on jumpers off the dribble and Trey Burke No. 4, SI.com’s Luke Winn writes.

3. BIG TEN COUNTRY
A few days late, but interesting take on Purdue being passed up on the recruiting trail, from Tom Davis of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel.

Michigan’s Jon Horford was effective in his spot start in place of the injured Jordan Morgan against Northwestern, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com wrote.

4. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Indiana delivered a knockout blow against Purdue Wednesday night, so from the Rocky III soundtrack, here’s Survivor with “Eye of the Tiger.”

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2 comments:
#1
General Miles
Thursday, January 31, 2013 - 3:47 PM EDT

Haha Purdue sucks at recruiting and I love it! Can’t wait until they can actually challenge us again. Hammons scares me though….dang 30 pts. with foul trouble. Wouldn’t wanna see him without foul trouble! We have a tenancy to give guys who aren’t really good career nights though (Rob Wilson anyone) :).

 
#2
Podunker
Thursday, January 31, 2013 - 4:18 PM EDT

Yes, Hammons is a load. But if they’d been calling it both ways, he’d have fouled out well before scoring 30 points. The hacks on Cody, when he’s down low, are unbelievable. One time, he went up for the shot and his hand never got above his chest, but the refs called it out-of-bounds on Cody, as if he’d simply dropped the ball. Hammons also committed about six lane violations last night, but the refs were not interested.

IU crushed Purdue in spite of the refs. It will be interesting to see how the game is called in Bloomington and how Hammons does in our house. I don’t think you’ll see him score 30 in Assembly Hall.

 


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