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Topic - Greg Lansing
There's no shame in losing to Wichita State, which is 34-0 after taking the Missouri Valley Conference tournament.
Indiana State implemented Greg Lansing's game plan almost perfectly Wednesday night.
The moment Indiana State's name flashed alongside Syracuse's on the TV screen, the first thing that popped into Orange forward Kris Joseph's head was Larry Bird.
Jake Kelly sees the reminders of Indiana State's basketball past all around campus.
"Being at a school where one of the best players to ever play and who led a mid-major to a championship game, I love it," Lansing said. "It's just special."
"They've got some guys who can cover some ground," said Lansing, in his first season at Indiana State. "We haven't seen a lot of zone. It can paralyze you. You can't just stand around. When you get an open look, it's not going to be there long."