Despite a recent mini-slump, Indiana Hoosiers guard Romeo Langford is measure for measure the Big Ten's best pro prospect, and by a very wide margin. His performances and productivity have slipped a bit lately, but Romeo is probably the least of IU's problems right now. Hoosiers coach Archie Miller believes the criticism surround Romeo is much ado about nothing. "He's got to … [Read more...] about Indiana Hoosiers Star Romeo Langford Still Has Lottery Stock Despite Recent Slump
Hinkle Fieldhouse to get more national attention Saturday
The movie "Hoosiers" made it famous, but Butler's 2010 National title game run made it a tourist destination. I made my first visit to the historic Hinkle Fieldhouse four years ago when I covered the Final Four for the Washington Times. Tomorrow I return to cover my first ever game at the basketball mecca. Northwestern at Butler will be the first nationally broadcast game on … [Read more...] about Hinkle Fieldhouse to get more national attention Saturday
Tom Crean apologizes for Michigan postgame comment
Update: Tom Crean apologized this morning for this incident on the Big Ten teleconference call. I think Indiana Hoosiers coach Tom Crean might have a reputation for being an ornery, self-absorbed sort. And now it's getting worse. On February 19th, he chewed out the moderator on the Big Ten conference call. On March 7th, he didn't talk toWalter Football.com A couple years … [Read more...] about Tom Crean apologizes for Michigan postgame comment
Indiana Hoosiers #1 seed overall- still deserving?
Despite the loss last night, you'll still hear Indiana Hoosiers #1 seed on Selection Sunday. It would take a major collapse by IU to prevent that from happening. However, should we see Indiana Hoosiers #1 seed overall this March madness? Future NBA PF Trevor Mbakwe had 21 and 12 to help the Gophers topple an Indiana Hoosiers #1 team last night, the seventh time the AP poll's … [Read more...] about Indiana Hoosiers #1 seed overall- still deserving?
Wisconsin stomps into a Big Ten Championshp birth with 62-14 win over Indiana
The rest of the Leaders Division will have to wait another year because the Wisconsin Badgers will be the Leaders' representative in the Big Ten Championship for the second straight year after a 62-14 win against Indiana at Memorial Stadium. Last season was the inaugural year for the Championship in Indianapolis, so make it 2-for-2 for the Badgers (7-3, 4-2). It's gotten … [Read more...] about Wisconsin stomps into a Big Ten Championshp birth with 62-14 win over Indiana