Crean will use both scholarships and one of them will be an unranked player from Texas or California with little to no interest from other high majors. It's what he does.
If he's going to use those two scholarships, he might as well use them on grad transfers. By the way, I'm starting to really hate this rule. I hope the NCAA does something about it in the future.
Well, looks like we'll get our asses kicked by Purdue again next season.
Some locals' view on this encounter (see if you can spot the Purdue fan in the mix)
hold on, does he have a goatee in that picture? are we going to get Evil Tom Crean this year?
Shaves his head, grows a goatee, becomes HeisenCrean. Let's cook.
Sounds like us and ASU are the two favorites for Maker. Though he is still hearing from Kentucky.
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Welcome back George Hill!
The IU baseball team earned an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament and will play Radford in the Vanderbilt regional. The Hoosiers started the season 16-5 before going 7-14 over the next 21 games. Completely out of the postseason discussion at that point, they went 11-3 the rest of the way to finish 34-22. A difficult non-conference schedule paid off, as the Hoosiers finished with an RPI of 31.
The Big Ten sent five teams to the NCAA: Illinois, IU, Iowa, Michigan and Maryland. The league had never sent more than three until this season.