Hoosiers advance 4 more to NCAAsGREENSBORO, N.C. - After advancing three athletes on the first day of the East Preliminary round of the NCAA Outdoor Championships, Indiana University pushed four more into the track and field championships in Eugene, Ore., on Friday.
IU just 1 win away from Big Ten doubleComing into this season, Indiana had won just two Big Ten Tournament titles in school history and hadn't won one in four years. The Hoosiers hadn't won a regular season title since 1949 and hadn't won it outright since 1932.
Punjab on "Theo Pinson takes North Carolina over Indiana"Geoff, I hate to see you write something like that. Not because it's untrue, but because it forces me to acknowledge the fact that most any top recruit we get is not going to stay for four years. I can't stand watching Duke win. I cringe at the mere mention
Geoff on "Theo Pinson takes North Carolina over Indiana"So if Crean recruits in a similar fashion to, and gets similar kids as, Coach K, then that is ok?
Currently, of the 19 Duke players in the NBA, 3 were 1-&-done, 4 left after their soph season, and anther 3 left as juniors... So of the NBA-worthy talent he
TsaoTsuG on "Theo Pinson takes North Carolina over Indiana"I guess Chet, I'm one of those who still consider Duke an outstanding university; and Coach K. one of those coaches who has generally avoided compromising his standards. Good for him, a great coach. Both Duke and Coach K honor college basketball (as several others, hopefully including us).
Gordon no stranger to expectations - Eron Gordon has a high ceiling for his basketball future, but the pressure is even higher. The high school freshman comes from a family of basketball success. The youngest Gordon ...»