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  1. Well……..there ya go. Let the discourse begin.

    Some nice talent is out the door, but I feel this may be best. IU b-ball will take some licks for two years anyway. The tone has been set by Coach Crean and staff. No attitudes. On or off the court. As anyone who has coached knows….a very good athlete, but with a poor attitude, can ruin a TEAM. Give me a squad with eager learners and hard workers.

  2. Hey Chris, bet you didn’t expect all this drama around the program when you came to the HT a few years back. From a writer’s standpoint is has to be exciting.

  3. I haven’t met this Crean guy yet…but I like his attitude.

    Please coach….No more recruiting in da hood. Where the heck are the Matt Nover’s and Alan Hendersons?

  4. “Please coach….No more recruiting in da hood. Where the heck are the Matt Nover’s and Alan Hendersons?”

    They’re in this place called “1993.”

  5. IU is full history and grate and bads throughout its history, and this bad, and this bad i think of in my lifetime. we knew it could bad, but each day seems to be a bit worse then the one before, but there is light in sight with our new coach, and i believe he’ll get us there, but the matters with the players, no matter what the reason being, as hard to handle and i think now, with the latest things happening, i and still the ncaa to come, wher not looking at one-two years, but we be facing more like three years. i hate to say this but we may be the Nortwestern for a year at least. i dont see right now how we dont finish any higher then 9 for at least year.
    if it happens, so be it, but the coach is on the right track and then end will be justified in time, be its going to hard to sallow for awhile. but respect, acountability, acadmics, trust, and all that was here with knight and McCracken, the tredition must be there, or else its not IU and we might as will live with a wrong program and always facing problems within and possiblty the ncaa. we dont want it, so good to have the pains now and get on to being IU.

  6. I met Armon several times while he was here. He was always very approachable, signed autographs, and quiet for the most part. I found him to be respectful, at least when I spoke with him. I don’t know what his particular circumstances were that led to his departure, but I wish he could have worked it out. I think out of the 4 that are leaving Armon offered the most promise as a human being and a ball player.

    j a c k

  7. Jack- I believe the problem with Armon was that he was not a leader, but a follower. That finally came back and bit him.

  8. Steve O -I don’t care who you are that’s funny…..I am just glad I didn’t cheat off of them or I wouldn’t be able to add up the sums with the Anti-spam…..

  9. Either that, or smoking some homegrown cheeba with em’ before he logged on. lol.

  10. CALL ME BIG BILL. GREAT NEWS, ABOUT TIME.COACH CREAN WILL FILL THE VOID. HE WILL BUILD A GREAT PROGRAM FOR I. U. B- BALL FANS. ELLIS IS NO TEAM PLAYER. HOW MANY FOULS TO MINUTES PLAYED DID THOMAS HAVE. BASSETT NEEDS TO GROW UP. GO I.U. BIG BILL

  11. hey matt,

    step away from the bong. put the bong down and step away with your hands up. how in the hell did you manage the anti-spam math?

  12. EVERYONE NEEDS TO READ THE COMMENT FROM “MATT”. I think this may be one of the funniest posts ever. Now I know who’s been tutoring the recently dismissed players. MATT HOW OLD ARE YOU?

  13. It does seem like Crean is making sound decisions, which is great news, even if we stink for a couple of years. Imagine the recruiting class he will be able to bring in; in about 3 years…I’ll wait for that.

    As for Matt, those of us who are intelligent understand what you are getting at in your post. Those that choose to criticise you cruelly should consider that dyslexia is a condition that many brilliant and accomplished people deal with. I don’t know if that is the case here, but show some more respect, hoosierfan27. Your insensitivity is very troubling.

    Go Hoosiers!

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