1. HOOSIERS HQ
The Indiana women’s basketball team couldn’t keep pace with South Dakota State at the free-throw line in losing Sunday’s WNIT quarterfinal game, Mike wrote.
IU women’s coach Curt Miller got just his second technical of the season as he and the Hoosiers went down fighting Sunday, Mike wrote.
The new-look 3-4 Indiana defense is causing confusion, in a good way, so far this spring, Dustin wrote.
The best thing about Saturday’s IU football scrimmage was seeing WR Isaac Griffith on the sidelines just weeks after his swimming accident in Florida, Andy writes.
IU baseball capped a sweep at Ohio State by winning a doubleheader Sunday, we reported.
2. IT’S INDIANA
Noah Vonleh says “there was more” he could have done at Indiana and now is the time to go pro, Hector Longo of the Hutton Eagle-Tribune wrote.
Bad seasons and player departures have the heat on the big three college basketball teams in the state of Indiana, Mike Lopresti of the Indianapolis Business Journal writes.
Former Hoosier Victor Oladipo’s not getting caught up in the three-man race for NBA Rookie of the Year, Brian Schmitz of the Orlando Sentinel writes.
The ’76 Hoosiers remain college basketball’s last unbeaten team, but they don’t celebrate quite like the ’72 Dolphins, Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star wrote.
3. BIG TEN COUNTRY
Anthony Lee believes if he had been a Buckeye this past season, Ohio State would still be playing, so he’s going to join OSU next year, Ari Wasserman of the Cleveland Plain Dealer writes.
Michigan has no regrets after Sunday’s loss to Kentucky, and the Wolverines proved last year’s Final Four was no flash in the pan, Nick Baumgardner of MLive.com writes.
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo stuck with Keith Appling, but was not rewarded in a loss to UConn Sunday, Mike Griffith of MLive.com writes.
Going to the Final Four is extra special for Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan, who will be going without his late father for the first time, Zach Rastall of the Daily Cardinal wrote.
4. ONE FOR THE ROAD
For Noah Vonleh, “More Than Words” from Extreme.