After Indiana won its first outright Big Ten regular-season title since 1993 with a 72-71 win over Michigan, Tom Crean decided to confront Jeff Meyer. Meyer is a current assistant with Michigan and was previously an assistant coach at Indiana during Kelvin Sampson's controversial time with the program. It's hard to…
Yes, the story's from Chris Broussard, so we should take it with a Dead Sea's worth of salt, but it looks like things might get a whole lot worse for the poor folks of Detroit.
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Eric Gordon told the Indianapolis Star on Thursday that drug use was so bad among his Indiana Hoosiers teammates last season that he decided to live off campus to get away from it.
The Spurs, already with one disgraced college coach at the helm of their D-League team, have brought on Kelvin Sampson in an advisory role. Maybe he give them some tips on 'roiding, as Steroid Nation questions whether he was showing telltale signs of a juicer.
Those looking for on-spot coverage of the Kelvin Sampson business, these guys have it. [Cobra Brigade]
If Kelvin Sampson gets fired today, what's going to happen to all of those Facebook groups? [Joe Sports Fan]
We're a bit late on this, but continuing the Indiana pile-on this morning, apparently this guy wore a "Bring Back Bobby" T-shirt to the Indiana-Wisconsin game the other night. And they made him take it off.
We couldn't possibly agree more with legendary Illini basketball reporter Mark Tupper, who said, "at no time did I think Illinois was going to win that very exciting, very emotional basketball game with Indiana." It was exciting, and we had hope, and we leapt across the room with Jeffrey Jordan hit a key overtime…
Forgive us a moment of Illini "outrage" here, but Indiana coach Kelvin Sampson, the guy who bolted Oklahoma after making improper phone calls to recruits that ended up putting the school on probation, is at it again in Bloomington.
To us, being the coach of Indiana is about as thankless a job as you might possibly imagine. No matter what you do — remember, Mike Davis once took the Hoosiers to the national title game — you're always going to pale in comparison to the fundamentals-spouting ogre in the red sweater.