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2 comments by   |   Monday, March 4, 2013 - 10:28 am EDT

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Derek Elston’s indispensable personality is part of his legacy at Indiana, Dustin writes.

IU got the win it needed Saturday, setting up a meaningful Senior Night, I wrote.

The Hoosiers clinched a share of the Big Ten title with help from other teams Sunday, we reported.

The IU women’s basketball team celebrated Senior Day, making progress in the face of defeat, Mike wrote.

Indiana baseball capped a three-game sweep at Myrtle Beach Sunday, we reported.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Jordan Hulls has lived a college dream as a Hoosier, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Christian Watford has grown from a Southern boy to a Hoosier man, Michael Norman of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

IU women’s recruit Tyra Buss is Mt. Carmel’s best player since former Hoosier Archie Dees, Taylor Bell of CSNChicago.com writes.

Another IU women’s recruit, Maura Muensterman, established sibling bragging rights with a second state championship, Nathan Blackford of the Evansville Courier & Press writes.

3. BIG TEN COUNTRY
Michigan regained some of its swagger with Sunday’s win over Michigan State, Jeff Borzello of CBSsports.com writes.

Sandi Marcius played his best game as a Boilermaker to pace Purdue’s upset of Wisconsin, Jeff Washburn of the Lafayette Journal & Courier wrote.

4. ONE FOR THE ROAD
For the unique and incorrigible Mr. Elston, here’s Living Colour with “Cult of Personality.”

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2 comments:
#1
Ron
Monday, March 4, 2013 - 10:52 AM EDT

So thankful IU ended up with Jordy, CWat and Elston.

They deserve an outstanding final home game.
They are ‘winners’ and it would be fairy-tale-like for this team to finish the year as the ultimate winners.
Bet 4 years ago they did not imagine what their Senior year would be like.

CTC should also be recognized for their recruitment and growth. Hope he continues attracting these kind of kids.

 
#2
J Pat
Monday, March 4, 2013 - 11:39 AM EDT

Ron, I agree with your comments. Thank God they all came to IU and helped us to get back to the top. Mike P would know better than me but I think Jordy took a trip to Duke, they just did not offer him. I have to say thanks to Creek as well…poor guy. I sat about 10 seats from him at the women’s game yesterday…should look it up but I think he avg like 16 points a game as a freshman and I remember that win vs Pitt like it was yesterday. I am just thrilled with the way things have played out with Indiana basketball and Coach Crean. I am a proud Hoosier today and sure hope we can hang a banner and run through the Big Dance!!!

As a side note I have to thank kids like Pritch, Rivers, and Jones…as much as they frustrated me I thank them. I will always wonder why Nick Williams and Malik Story left as well and I never really understood why. Last thing…what are the chances we win the Big dance? I say 70% as of right now but I hope we don’t run up against a team with really physical bigs!

 


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