Hoosier Morning

Hot-shooting North Carolina took an early lead and never looked back against Indiana, Mike writes.

Bad defense for IU, good shooting for UNC and no Robert Johnson meant things went from bad to worse for the Hoosiers, I wrote.

The IU baseball team rallied past Indiana State, 7-5, on Friday, we reported.

Marcus Paige gave North Carolina the motor it needed to beat Indiana, Dana O’Neil of ESPN.com writes.

Indiana didn’t lack fight, but it didn’t have enough punches either against North Carolina, Michael Hughes of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Yogi Ferrell and the Hoosiers won for losing in the Sweet 16, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

An inspirational Yogi Ferrell wrapped up his Indiana career on Friday night, Terry Hutchens writes for the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette.

It was an imperfect ending for Indiana against near perfect North Carolina, Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com writes.

UNC defied the statistics and overwhelmed Indiana, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

IU needed to be at its best against the Tar Heels, and the Hoosiers weren’t even close, Gregg Doyel of the Indianapolis Star writes.

The day after the season ends. Crowded House with “Don’t Dream It’s Over.”


  1. Bob Kravitz nailed it when he wrote, “Finals Fours, NCAA titles, banners, they’re important. But this, watching Crean with his players, especially watching him with Bryant in that locker room, that, in the end, is what it’s all about.”

  2. ^ Three million dollars per year for that? Absolutely ridiculous…

    Crean says UNC made shots they wouldn’t normally make. Really? Marcus Paige holds their record in threes but Crean does not know that? Marcus Paige passes Michael Jordan on UNC’s all time scoring list during the game with us but somehow Crean is not aware of Marcus Paige being a major scoring threat? Ridiculous.

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