Grading each of the head coach hirings

Grading the head coach hirings this offseason by: Jonathon Warriner Indiana-Archie Miller, Grade: B This is a very good hire for the Hoosiers, while at Dayton his teams were always a threat to win the Atlantic-10 and during the 2014 NCAA Tournament, Miller lead the Flyers to the Elite Eight. This hire is

Jonathon Warriner’s Bracketology: 4-18-2017

West Region (Los Angeles) 1.Arizona (San Diego) 16.Idaho/ Texas Southern 8.SMU 9.TCU 4.Gonzaga (Boise) 13.Harvard 5.Northwestern 12.Bucknell 3.Minnesota (Wichita) 14.Troy 6.Virginia 11.UCF/ BYU 2.North Carolina (Charlotte) 15.Furman 7.Xavier 10.Arkansas Midwest Region (Omaha) 1.Kansas (Wichita) 16.Stephen F. Austin 8.Oregon 9.Iowa 4.UCLA (Boise) 13.Jacksonville State 5.Notre Dame 12.Illinois State 3.USC (San Diego) 14.New Mexico State 6.Providence 11.Nevada 2.Wichita State (Dallas) 15.Long Beach State 7.Michigan 10.VCU South Region (Atlanta) 1.Louisville (Nashville) 16.Hampton/ St. Peter’s 8.Butler 9.Maryland 4.Baylor (Dallas) 13.Louisiana Tech 5.Florida 12.Vermont 3.West Virginia (Pittsburgh) 14.Charleston 6.Miami 11.Indiana 2.Kentucky (Nashville) 15.UNC Asheville 7.Rhode Island 10.Georgia Tech East Region (Boston) 1.Michigan State (Detroit) 16.Mount

IU Hires Archie Miller

Before I say one thing about Archie Miller, I want to say thanks to Tom Crean. He helped get the program back on it’s feet, from a team facing numerous sanctions, and winning only 6 games in his first year, to a team that won 2 outright Big Ten titles,

Pre-Game: Indiana Hoosiers vs. Iowa Hawkeyes

Indiana Hoosiers vs. Iowa Hawkeyes Thursday March 9, 6:30 pm ESPN2   Indiana and Iowa will match-up for the second time this season in the second round of the Big Ten tournament in Washington DC.  Indiana controlled most of the first meeting, building a 13-point lead in the first half, and an 8-point lead

The State of IUBB

March 21, 2001: Assistant and current interim head coach Mike Davis was hired as the full time men’s basketball coach at Indiana University.  How is a guy with no prior head coaching experience supposed to follow in the footsteps of the legendary Robert Montgomery Knight?  The man who won three