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4 comments by   |   Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 10:00 am EDT

1. HOOSIERS HQ
A share of the Big Ten crown isn’t enough for the Hoosiers, who want to send the seniors off with an outright title, Dustin writes.

The position-by-position matchup for Indiana and Ohio State, Dustin writes.

Indiana’s senior trio is more than the tough times or the top ranking, I wrote.

Derek Elston left his fingerprints on the IU program, I wrote.

Jordan Hulls was the motor behind the Hoosiers’ resurgence, I wrote.

Christian Watford isn’t looking forward to the end at IU, I wrote.

IU women’s basketball senior Aulani Sinclair was named honorable mention All-Big Ten, we reported.

Indiana’s quarterbacks have their own version of Hoosier Hysteria during spring practice, Andy writes.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Ohio State is bracing for a raucous atmosphere at Assembly Hall, Bob Baptist of the Columbus Dispatch writes.

Bob Knight’s new book, “The Power of Negative Thinking: An Unconventional Approach to Achieving Positive Results,” hits book shelves today, Amanda Kingsbury of the Indianapolis Star writes.

The rest of the Big Ten needs Indiana to flounder this week, setting up a wild finish to the conference race, Rusty Miller of the Associated Press writes.

68 reasons to love college hoops, with illustration featuring Victor Oladipo and Trey Burke, Andy Glockner of SI.com writes.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
A share of the Big Ten title isn’t enough for Indiana. The Hoosiers might agree with Queen, “I Want It All.”

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4 comments:
#1
Ron
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 11:51 AM EDT

Dustin/Jeremy – Nice presentation of the Seniors in HT.

Question…Any way they would let extra people into Assembly Hall after the game & just for the Senior Night stuff? Thin some of the people would leave after game?

Suggestion. IU AH capacity at 17,500 or around there. IU could probably sell another 5,000 tickets per some of the games if not all? Think IU could/would ever open the Cook facility for special game events? Things like tonight’s game and activities and/or ESPN Game Day. Never been in the place so logistics may be difficult. Set up the place with chairs, really really really big TV, cheerleaders and a host, such as former players (Prich/Roth/Rivers/VJ. Or maybe some of the new incoming players? Maybe some minimal contact with current players? Might be a way for some of us to absorb the atmosphere or add to it. Would look pretty good for IU and IU BB to show the overflow crowds on TV…..?? Maybe a drawing for any vacant IU seats for the second half or the next game. Might be a good option for families with younger kids.

Not that IU needs to, but a nice way to reach out to their fan base.?

 
#2
Lord of the White Out
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 3:26 PM EDT

Jeremy-

Have you heard the great sounds of ‘The Sour Lemons?’

 
#3 Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 4:57 PM EDT

Ron,
First off, thanks. I think this is a case where IU considers a ticket to the game to be the ticket to the senior festivities, and because there will be a fairly quick transfer from game to speeches, difficult to make it worthwhile managing incoming and outgoing crowds. I think the Cook Hall idea is interesting, but probably not logistically realistic. Plus, it might be different for a Saturday or Sunday afternoon game, but tonight being a 9 o’clock start and all, nobody wants to get too crazy after 11.

 
#4 Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - 5:00 PM EDT

Lord,
No, anything like the Lemonheads?

 


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