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Topic - Tom Crean
If Illinois wants to be a part of March Madness, it almost certainly has to win at least a couple of games at the Big Ten tournament this week - maybe more.
Jordan Morgan isn't going to be a high NBA draft pick and he'll certainly never have his number raised to the Crisler Center rafters.
One year ago, Indiana finished off the regular season by ruining Michigan's chances to share the conference title.
A foot injury will keep Indiana's Noah Vonleh out of Sunday's game against No. 22 Ohio State.
Ohio State looked dazed and confused.
Indiana coach Tom Crean had seen this before.
Indiana used solid defense, timely shooting and a little focused passion to turn the tables on Northwestern.
Coach Patrick Chambers hardly recognized Penn State for the first 36 minutes Wednesday night.
At the final buzzer, Terran Petteway spiked the basketball hard and high. Nebraska had just finished a 60-55 victory over Indiana after coming back from a 16-point deficit.
Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell was weary of all the missed shots, the turnovers and Indiana's inability to seize control Sunday.
Yogi Ferrell scored 14 of his 19 points in the second half, giving the Indiana a shot to beat a third-ranked team for the second time in eight days.
Gary Harris gave No. 3 Michigan State a desperately needed offensive boost.
Tom Crean watched his young Hoosiers grow up Tuesday night.
Tom Crean's message is finally resonating with his players.
Indiana coach Tom Crean issues periodical reminders to his players about his disdain for corner 3-pointers.
"Kendrick Nunn with more minutes provides just a little bit more explosiveness with their game," Crean said.
"The bottom line is they are making it hard for you get to get good looks," Crean said.