You’re better off to watch these on mute since the BTN’s Mike Hall sounds more like one of his lousy auditions for ESPN’s Dream Job a few years ago.
Coming to you from Conseco Fieldhouse this afternoon on the first day of the Big Ten Women’s Basketball Tournament. Wisconsin and Northwestern are heading down the stretch and will be followed by the Hoosiers against the Wolverines. Join us during the game, which will be televised on the Big Ten Network.
UPDATE: Wisconsin wins the opener, 60-51, over Northwestern. The Badgers will play Michigan State in Friday’s quarterfinals.
IU FINAL: INDIANA 68, MICHIGAN 50
So what does that mean? That Maya Angelou is speaking in Bloomington tonight? Yes. That Chris and I are making our weekly trip to Applebee’s? Absolutely.
But what Thursday means to me is that it’s time to hang out with all of you for our weekly sports chat. Please join us at 11 a.m to talk about the latest happenings at IU.
You’ve almost made it through this shorter than usual IU men’s basketball season, the IU women are on the bubble, baseball is under way and spring football is less than three weeks away. So what’s on your mind today? Send us your questions and comments or just follow along at 11 by clicking here.
The Indiana basketball team did not practice today, but junior guard Devan Dumes, who injured his right knee and missed most of the loss to Michigan State, did receive treatment from the team’s medical staff.
That staff has not issued an update on his condition.
Coach Tom Crean appeared unsure of what Dumes’ prognosis might be when he spoke with the media after the game Tuesday; Dumes was being further examined as he spoke.
Indiana basketball coach Tom Crean will appear on the ESPN show Pardon the Interruption later today.
You can catch it at 5:30 on ESPN, or at 6:30 on ESPN News.
Well since I forgot to update the blog right after the game like I’m supposed to–I figured I would throw in an additional picture for you guys from the game. As usual click on a picture to see a gallery of the images from the Indiana Michigan State game and Senior Night.
Head coach Tom Crean introduces Indiana forward Kyle Taber with his mother Soozie Goeddie, left, and his father Steve Taber, right, during senior night at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind., Tuesday, March 3, 2009.Bonus Pic!Â Indiana forward Tom Pritchard tips off with Michigan State forward Delvon Roe during the first half of Indiana Michigan State basketball game at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind., Tuesday, March 3, 2009.