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2 comments by   |   Friday, March 7, 2014 - 9:19 am EDT

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Indiana will introduce new uniforms for the Big Ten Tournament, though the Hoosiers remain cautious about making big changes, Dustin wrote.

It’s been a head-scratching season, even if coach Tom Crean won’t actually say it, I wrote.

The IU women’s basketball team could not match Michigan’s intensity and was bounced in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament, Mike wrote.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Thoughts on Teddy Valentine and a surprising look at Indiana in a blind resume comparison highlight the NCAA power rankings, Mark Titus of Grantland.com writes.

Fort Wayne Homestead big man Caleb Swanigan picked up a scholarship offer from Indiana last week and has picked up his play as well, Justin Kenny of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

The grandson of former Hoosier Bill Garrett still feels the impact of his grandfather’s work as a race relations pioneer, Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star writes.

IU pitcher Joey DeNato continues to prove the doubters wrong with his continued success on the mound, Evan Hoopfer of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Takeaways from a road trip to Indiana with a slight Kentucky slant, from Drew Franklin of Foxsports.com.

3. POTPOURRI
Former North Carolina head coach Dean Smith left plenty of people with plenty of memories, but he has fewer of his own these days as a result of his battle with dementia, Tommy Tomlinson of ESPN.com writes.

4. ONE FOR THE ROAD
For the Dean, Barbara Streisand and “Memory.”

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2 comments:
#1
ron
Friday, March 7, 2014 - 1:01 PM EDT

The Grantland take on Valentine – Continue reading down to his #12 (I think). Interesting read of IU results this yr.

 
#2
Double Down
Friday, March 7, 2014 - 9:54 PM EDT

I know that certain elements of this blog will take issue with me discussing Dean Smith, but I couldn’t care less.

I read this article early today and it haunting me. Absolutely heartbreaking. I went through this with someone very close to me and I had chills running down my spine. Hearing the stories about a man that was one of the true icons of college basketball begin his descent into place where he can only look at picture books makes me well up. The powerlessness of the family and the community of supporters around him is just staggering.

Life is often so beautiful, yet to indiscriminate and brutal at the same time. Every moment is precious and my deepest sympathies go out to Dean Smith’s family as they have a LOT more to endure before this is over.

Anyway, thanks for posting the link JP. I hope we can find a cure some day. Hurry please.

 


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