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National Post Jan 27, 2015

Toronto Raptors overcome slow start to beat Indiana Pacers, earn franchise record for most wins before All-Star break

Toronto took control in the second quarter with a 20-0 run, which turned a 32-21 deficit into a 41-32 lead

4 storylines for Indiana’s game at Purdue #iubb

1. It’s a matchup of opposite strengths. Perhaps at no other point this season will Indiana find itself in a Big Ten game that poses such drastically different matchups as it will in its two meetings with Purdue. For Indiana, the key is creating space and hitting open shots — » read more...
San Jose Mercury News Jan 27, 2015

Time for an audible: Rob Chudzinski staying with Colts, 49ers still need offensive coordinator

Rob Chudzinski is the latest candidate to vanish from the 49ers' offensive coordinator hunt.  The Indianapolis Colts announced Tuesday morning that Chudzinski is returning to them for a second season, after he agreed to be named Associate Head Coach.

Time for an audible: Rob Chudzinski staying with Colts, 49ers still need offensive coordinator

Rob Chudzinski is the latest candidate to vanish in the 49ers’ offensive coordinator hunt.  The Indianapolis Colts announced Tuesday morning that Chudzinski is returning to them for a second season, after he agreed to be named Associate Head Coach. Where… Continue Reading →

Snapshot: IU’s defensive breakdowns at Ohio State

“We had the defensive mistakes that allowed easy looks. It’s one thing if they’re making tough shots, it’s another thing if we’re breaking down,” Indiana coach Tom Crean said on his weekly radio show Monday night. After re-watching the game, there were more breakdowns than I can possibly chronicle here. » read more...

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ New IU baseball coach Chris Lemonis is finding a surplus of pitching his biggest problem as the start of the season approaches, Mike writes. Teams are learning that going small, then exploiting Indiana’s interior defense, is the way to go against the Hoosiers, so now IU must » read more...

Hoosiers ranked No. 22 in AP poll, No. 21 in USA Today coaches #iubb

Indiana moved up one spot to No. 22 in the latest Associated Press poll, released Monday. The Hoosiers are one of three Big Ten teams in this week’s top 25, joining No. 5 Wisconsin and No. 16 Maryland, which was ranked three spots higher prior to splitting its week with » read more...
Baltimore Sun Jan 26, 2015

Colts owner Jim Irsay weighs in on 'Deflategate' via Twitter

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has been abnormally quiet on Twitter for most of the past week, but he broke his silence Sunday with a series of mostly high-road tweets that praised the New England Patriots.

Crean says Devin Davis will not play this year #iubb

Indiana coach Tom Crean said Monday that sophomore forward Devin Davis will not play this year as he continues his recovery from a traumatic brain injury. Appearing on ESPNU’s college basketball podcast, Crean told hosts Andy Katz and Seth Greenberg that Davis is not a full-time student at Indiana this » read more...

Loose placard caused Johnson’s baseline injury; severity unclear #iubb

Robert Johnson’s injury was avoidable, and that’s what disappoints his coach. Crean was unsure what happened to Johnson in the first half of Sunday’s game at Ohio State until he returned to the game tape and saw Johnson slipped and fell on a loose piece of paper or placard next » read more...

Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ A cascade of turnovers and a no-show defense was too much for IU to overcome at Ohio State, Mike writes. An all-around lack of focus spelled out defeat for Indiana in Columbus, I wrote. The IU women’s basketball team lost but showed some real fight in battling » read more...
The Ledger Jan 25, 2015

Magic Watch Late Lead Vanish in Loss to Pacers

David West had 20 points, reserve Damjan Rudez added a career-high 18, and the Indiana Pacers snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 106-99 win over the Orlando Magic on Sunday night.
Magic feeling of weight of letting victory slip away against visiting Pacers

Magic feeling of weight of letting victory slip away against visiting Pacers

For a team that hasn't squandered a lead of larger than 12 points in any of their 32 defeats this season, the Orlando Magic had every reason Sunday night to feel as if they let a sure victory slip from their collective grasp.
Orlando Sentinel Jan 25, 2015

Orlando Magic lose to the Indiana Pacers 106-99

No single sequence Sunday night epitomizes the Orlando Magic's titanic problems on defense more than an Indiana Pacers possession that began with 7:27 remaining in the fourth quarter as the Magic led by eight points.
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