ScoopTalk: There goes that bubble talk

11 comments by   |   Thursday, March 6, 2014 - 12:26 am EDT

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11 comments:
#1
AWinAZ
Thursday, March 6, 2014 - 1:04 AM EDT

Beat Michigan? Dustin, please send some of that B-town gonja you are burning down here to AZ. I’ll take Michigan -20 for beers or Dustin vintage B-town gonja. Any takers? Here’s why….this game means nothing to us. This game means “they owe us one” after last year & the game earlier. They are going to spank us and it won’t be pretty. U of I won 3 straight & they went in there and beat their ass by 29 last night.

Also, Dustin, please. Can you just let Jeremy finish his thoughts? He has very valuable cerebral non-blabbering insights that you continuously cut-off. Either let him add the value he has or do this video blog yourself. Or use him as your speech writer. No offense, because we all need to get better at what we do.

Thanks for the insights gents. It’s been a colorful year of after game commentary.

 
#2
Harvard for Hillbillies
Thursday, March 6, 2014 - 3:12 PM EDT

Jeremy might as well be doing ScoopTalk with Vladimir Putin.

We will not negotiate! Your points are invalid! And who looks more like Daniel Craig with shirt off?! Shut up, Jeremy! Ginger is showing me his new barrette! That’s all we have time for..Thanks everyone. Time to put you back in the suitcase, Price. Lord, you’re a nuisance. You’ll never be part of the Dopirak, Korman, & Osterman Establishment. We are a triangle of Eastern Brilliance…You would only add a side to make us square. Are you from Indiana? Did you go to Penn State? Columbia? Go clip Graham’s toenails..Make yourself useful. I gave you the moderator routine..Is that not enough? Without me, there is no you. You remind me of Marty on True Detective…You’re just not calculating enough. You’re like breast milk. You simply produce when continually maintained…Did I say we’re out of time? Take care, everyone.

 
#3 Thursday, March 6, 2014 - 4:17 PM EDT

Keep it up Harvard, and I’m shipping you to the Crimea.

 
#4
Harvard for Hillbillies
Thursday, March 6, 2014 - 5:13 PM EDT

I will cheer for the Crimea & Crimson!!

 
#5
batman1952
Thursday, March 6, 2014 - 9:55 PM EDT

Does anyone ever seriously challenge Crean on his long drawn out dribble-drabble after game comments? He,s a long winded talking machine that never says anything relative.

 
#6
AWinAZ
Friday, March 7, 2014 - 1:30 AM EDT

For the Yogi haters out there…..ponder me this:
When the team literally does not attack the defense or even make an attempt to go toward the rim for the first 17 sec. of a possession, there isn’t much time to get up another clunker. Somebody has to shoot it quickly, unfortunately. I’m stunned by this continued lack of attacking a defense during a complete possession.

And Batman1952, I’d love to hear that ?’s answer myself. Everybody seems to refer to Yogi as the PG, but it seems to me he’s playing shooting guard A LOT with Gordon or Robinson handling the ball. Regardless, it is a big mistake in a series of baffling blunders by ‘coach’.

Crean’s a joke. Look no further than last season. Three of five kids that could shoot they eyes out of the 3 pt. bucket, a reasonably strong bench, and a pretty good C named Zeller, 2 good baseline players in Olidipo & Sheehey and we can’t get shots vs. a 2 – 3 matchup zone!?!? Enough already.

 
#7
TJ in Texas
Friday, March 7, 2014 - 4:02 AM EDT

AWin you are correct about Yogi…I made observation that he is either a PG that cant shoot or a SG that cant pass.Some if not alot falls onto Crean for giving hiim confusing role to play. So next year we get a JR that doesnt quite know where he fits in ,on a team with even LESS upper class leadership than this year.next year will look the same;with passing around the perimeter because IU wont have a front court to work with

 
#8
Mitch
Friday, March 7, 2014 - 8:34 AM EDT

Is Michigan actually younger than Indiana?

 
#9
Mitch
Friday, March 7, 2014 - 8:34 AM EDT

Ah, forget it, who cares …

Bubble no bubble, Senior Day 2014 was awesome.

Who else is missing?

 
#10
Pulitzer Price
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 - 4:39 PM EDT

^ Can you add Kelvin Sampson?

 
#11
Lord of the Oscar for Editing
Wednesday, March 12, 2014 - 6:05 PM EDT

Hope you don’t mind…..

 


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