End of the line: Kelvin Sampson out at IU

sampsonface.jpg8:19 p.m. update: Let the speculation begin. Pat Forde of ESPN.com gives us his list of five head coaching candidates Indiana should pursue.

8:15 p.m. update: Here is a link to the Associated Press story just released. Nothing new, but a good summary of what has taken place up to this point.

8:00 p.m. update: The media is, as they have been for most of the day, gathered in the Hoosier Room at Memorial Stadium for a press conference. We’re really not sure what the hold up is as multiple sources have confirmed that a buyout has been reached and that Sampson is no longer the Indiana head coach. What a great way to spend a Friday night, eh?

7:05 p.m. update: Statement from IU Athletic Director Rick Greenspan, according to Andy Katz: “I am very sorry to see our relationship with Coach Sampson end this way, but we have to focus on doing what’s best for the long-term interests of IU and its men’s basketball team.”

7:01 p.m. update: Andy Katz of ESPN.com reports that IU and Sampson have reached a settlement of $750,000 to buyout his contract. As part of the agreement, Sampson has agreed not to sue IU for wrongful termination. Dan Dakich will be the interim head coach and Ray McCallum will be the assistant head coach. Press conference should be coming shortly.

According to Chris Korman of the H-T/Hoosier Scoop, Sampson rejected the university’s original buyout offer of $300,000.

Good news if indeed true. IU can move on with its season and Sampson moves on with a nice settlement.

6:22 p.m. update: Still no press conference as most of you know by now. The belief is that IU and Sampson are in negotiations to buyout the remainder of his contract. If an agreement is reached, an announcement should follow shortly after.

5:30 p.m. update: Terry Hutchens of the Indianapolis Star reports that Kelvin Sampson will meet with the team later this evening and encourage them to play on Saturday. This comes after D.J. White, Jamarcus Ellis, Jordan Crawford, DeAndre Thomas, Armon Bassett and Brandon McGee reportedly skipped practice.

In the best interest of the kids, let’s hope that Sampson follows through because a player boycott not only hurts the university, it hurts the players more in the long run. There’s still a chance to finish out the season strong, believe it or not, regardless of who is coaching the team.

5:12 p.m. update: For those of you unable to follow the press conference, we’ll have audio here on ITH shortly after it ends. WTHR-13, WISH TV 8 and HoosiersHQ.com are expected to stream it.

4:59 p.m. update: The Hoosier Scoop strikes again, this time reporting that Dan Dakich is currently running practice at Assembly Hall. The unfortunate bit? The fact that D.J. White, Jamarcus Ellis, Armon Bassett, Jordan Crawford, DeAndre Thomas and Brandon McGee are not there. Neither is Sampson.

That’s pretty sad. I feel bad for those players, because they came to play for Kelvin Sampson, but the behavior also reeks of immaturity. It’s something a batch of high schoolers would do. You signed up to play basketball for Indiana University. Look at your jersey. It says so. It doesn’t say Kelvin Sampson anywhere on there, far as I can tell.

One more thing: Apparently Ray McCallum is not in the building either. That might be loyalty to Kelvin, or it might be indicative of a larger conflict within the team regarding players preferring McCallum to Dakich. Fun!

4:05 p.m. update: According to Chris Korman of the H-T/Hoosier Scoop, a press conference is tentatively scheduled for 6 p.m. this evening.

3:10 p.m. update: Perhaps the most concrete news we’ve heard the last two days: Chris Korman of the H-T/Hoosier Scoop talked to a family member of a player as well as a source that talked to a player and he’s been told Sampson has been suspended and Dakich will take over.

2:35 p.m. update: ITH reader Gabe tells us Andy Katz is reporting the presser is now scheduled for the 4 p.m. hour.

2:30 p.m. update: WTHR has a feed of the press conference. Thanks to ITH reader Sam for the tip.

2:25 p.m. update: At some point I will weigh-in further on how all of this is going down, but my short and to the point characterization is this situation has been botched by IU. The rampant speculation has been largely fueled by the fact that IU is not providing any updates on a timetable for an announcement to be made. This has, by all accounts, turned into a media circus.

Speculation is still running rampant at this point. Some media outlets are reporting a 2 p.m. press conference while others are saying nothing is scheduled. Obviously since it’s past 2 p.m., the reports of a 2 p.m. presser were false.

The latest report that seems to be picking up steam is from Gary Parrish of CBS Sports:

Indiana officials have reached a decision to suspend Kelvin Sampson through the end of the season, multiple sources told CBSSports.com on Thursday and confirmed it again Friday afternoon.

An official announcement is expected soon.

Again, nothing is confirmed at this point and we’ll continue to monitor this situation until a resolution is reached.

  • BrianK

    the WTHR feed is still up

  • George

    $750,000 buyout!?! Now that’s a great lesson for an institution of learning to send. Who said “cheaters never prosper”, that must have been a Purdue grad. If he’s guilty, do the dirty work: investigate, get your ducks in a row, fire him, and beat his butt in court!

  • George

    $750,000 buyout!?! Now that’s a great lesson for an institution of learning to send. Who said “cheaters never prosper”, that must have been a Purdue grad. If he’s guilty, do the dirty work: investigate, get your ducks in a row, fire him, and beat his butt in court!

  • Anonymous

    We’ll see if the NCAA was just out to get Sampson or whether they are going to make a statement to schools who hire “recovering” violators…

    My initial thought is that the NCAA should take it pretty easy on Indiana. The school itself has virtually NO history or violations in any program, self-reported the violations, and basically forced Sampson to resign when the NCAA reported back that Sampson lied to them and IU.

    Granted, I’m an IU fan and I don’t want us to be hammered by the NCAA, but it just seems logical. Now, what constitutes going easy? No ban at all on post season? How many more lost scholarships? 1-year ban? 2-year ban? Recruiting restrictions on coaches? Regular reports to mommy (I mean the NCAA)….?

  • Anonymous

    We’ll see if the NCAA was just out to get Sampson or whether they are going to make a statement to schools who hire “recovering” violators…

    My initial thought is that the NCAA should take it pretty easy on Indiana. The school itself has virtually NO history or violations in any program, self-reported the violations, and basically forced Sampson to resign when the NCAA reported back that Sampson lied to them and IU.

    Granted, I’m an IU fan and I don’t want us to be hammered by the NCAA, but it just seems logical. Now, what constitutes going easy? No ban at all on post season? How many more lost scholarships? 1-year ban? 2-year ban? Recruiting restrictions on coaches? Regular reports to mommy (I mean the NCAA)….?

  • http://www.insidethehall.com/ Alex Bozich

    A couple reports suggest that $550,000 of the buyout came from an “anonymous” donor.

  • Anonymous

    Yawn
    Pronunciation: primarystressyodotn, primarystressyän
    Function: intransitive verb
    : to open the mouth wide and take a deep breath usually as an involuntary reaction to fatigue or boredom

    Boy, this all has been handled well.

  • http://matthewjenks.blogspot.com Matt J

    She can’t afford that. She has to buy up every vote she possibly can…and it STILL won’t be enough.

  • Chuck

    Thank God that the Sampson debacle is over, now to finish the season and move on to keeping the program at a powerhouse level. IU nation needs to get behind the players and show them full support. Who cares what they have said today or that they did not attend practice. Their world has just been rocked by losing their coach and they were saying and doing things in an emotional state (how many of us would have been different at 20?).
    I have a hard time imagining that DJ White would lead this team to quit the season. He has been such a class act his whole carreer at IU, I think he will do the right thing. Rewind to Dane Fife a few years ago, he woke up after taking some time (albeit they did make Mike Davis the coach). I really believe DJ will lead this team the rest of the year and I look for them to do some good things to close out the season (maybe not ’89 Wolveriens things, but many games won).
    I am very excited about who the next coach will be. They need to move quickly and keep the nucleous of kids intact next year and possibly salvage some of the recruits that already have interest in IU.

  • Chuck

    Thank God that the Sampson debacle is over, now to finish the season and move on to keeping the program at a powerhouse level. IU nation needs to get behind the players and show them full support. Who cares what they have said today or that they did not attend practice. Their world has just been rocked by losing their coach and they were saying and doing things in an emotional state (how many of us would have been different at 20?).
    I have a hard time imagining that DJ White would lead this team to quit the season. He has been such a class act his whole carreer at IU, I think he will do the right thing. Rewind to Dane Fife a few years ago, he woke up after taking some time (albeit they did make Mike Davis the coach). I really believe DJ will lead this team the rest of the year and I look for them to do some good things to close out the season (maybe not ’89 Wolveriens things, but many games won).
    I am very excited about who the next coach will be. They need to move quickly and keep the nucleous of kids intact next year and possibly salvage some of the recruits that already have interest in IU.

  • http://matthewjenks.blogspot.com Matt J

    Didn’t he have a sub-.500 record coaching BNL’s girls’ team?

  • http://matthewjenks.blogspot.com Matt J

    Didn’t he have a sub-.500 record coaching BNL’s girls’ team?

  • http://matthewjenks.blogspot.com Matt J

    They should still do the right thing and give the players a release from their letters of intent. Yes, the kids should come to the school to play for Indiana–it’s not “Kelvin Sampson” written across the uniform. I would have the recruits talk to the new head coach and make a decision then. if they still want out, then good luck, young man.

  • Nick

    I'm with you here Mikey! I've had so much respect for DJ White the past couple of years and he's actually become one of my all-time favorite IU players. I sure hope he's not leading this boycott! I know he's been through a lot but I would picture him as the guy to put the team on his shoulders and weather the storm once again, not add to the torture and pain of the IU Nation!!! Man, I hope this s**t isn't true (about the walkout)!!!

  • Nick

    I'm with you here Mikey! I've had so much respect for DJ White the past couple of years and he's actually become one of my all-time favorite IU players. I sure hope he's not leading this boycott! I know he's been through a lot but I would picture him as the guy to put the team on his shoulders and weather the storm once again, not add to the torture and pain of the IU Nation!!! Man, I hope this s**t isn't true (about the walkout)!!!

  • Micheal Hermon

    Who exactly are we going to get to coach this team next year. I don’t want Dakich. I like the guy, but I don’t want to go through another Mike Davis saga. I think if we go deep into the post season they will hire him even though it would be an external inspiration that promoted the success just like when Knight left. I liked Sampson, but he is gone and it was probably stupid to hire him in the first place. Who do we get??? We haven’t had a national championship in 21 years or an outright big ten tittle in 15 years. We have yet to win a Big 10 tournament tittle. Things seemed to be getting on the right track with a coach who had a good 10 seasons left., but like I said thats over. Are good coaches even going to consider IU anymore? I love my hoosiers. I’m just as devoted as anyone on this page and I’m concerned. I want a coach who is going to keep our team in tact. A coach who can salvage our recruiting class. A coach that can almost immediately pick up where sampson left off. A coach who will be around for a while and make us forget about this mess….and the bob knight mess. A coach at the college level is the most important. Look at Kentucky….they are changing and suffering. I’m sure once coach k leaves duke and ol’ roy boy is done at NC they will suck for a while too. Infact they have both proven that. Now is our chance. We been through the douche bag assistant. We’ve tried to cut corners and hire a guy who didn’t quite fit the program. Now we have to get this right. We have to get the right guy and not mess around. We have to get the guy who will lead IU to the top when duke and NC loose their coaches. Who?? Who is it that can do this?

  • Nick

    Oh come on! I can't buy this crap. DJ White didn't boycott when Mike Davis was canned (or cordially resigned) and DJ was practically family to that guy! Why would he lead a revolt when a coach, who did cheat, was asked to resign after only two seasons with him. He's being projected now as a first round NBA pick. Eric Gordon showed up today. Why do think he did? Not because he's so loyal to IU, but because he doesn't want to hurt his draft stock!!! Why would DJ take that chance. Maybe the players were just given the choice to stay home today for practice since it's been such a tough week!!!

    This is all me just being an optimist. Man, I hope I'm right on this!!!

  • Nick

    Oh come on! I can't buy this crap. DJ White didn't boycott when Mike Davis was canned (or cordially resigned) and DJ was practically family to that guy! Why would he lead a revolt when a coach, who did cheat, was asked to resign after only two seasons with him. He's being projected now as a first round NBA pick. Eric Gordon showed up today. Why do think he did? Not because he's so loyal to IU, but because he doesn't want to hurt his draft stock!!! Why would DJ take that chance. Maybe the players were just given the choice to stay home today for practice since it's been such a tough week!!!

    This is all me just being an optimist. Man, I hope I'm right on this!!!

  • http://mouthpiecesports.com/blog Eamonn

    Agreed. Well said.

  • George

    When you “rewind” Fife, remember that Brand put the screws to him and the rest of the players by “postponing” Knight’s firing until the start of the school year. By instituting his zero tolerance and getting two weeks of school in the books, the players would have lost a full year of eligibility if they left. Brand knew what he was doing, and he didn’t care if he screwed the kids. He certainly is the right man for the job he has now.

  • ray

    if these other kids are serious about not playing, then i encourage it. i hope they beat the crap out of northwestern and then when the other players want to return dakish says, “no, not untll you've been trough a week of practice”…therefore allowing these players with rare minutes an opportunity to play two games.

    taber and white could beat northwestern down low…i really think so…the question is can the guards keep up with the defensive stops from the perimeter. i think they can, honestly.

    if i were dakich i would keep the starters out as long as possible tomorrow night and let those that showed up for practice play the game.

    this is iu basketball, and it's time dakich shows them what it's all about. you don't skip practice and not play…PERIOD!!!! i don't care what the excuse is…give credit to those who did show up (including gordon and stemler who i am probably most proud of).

    by the way, i've been a softie for bassett and white all year…but i must say, i am all about seeing lance stemler, mike white, and eric gordon do well now…and that isn't meant to leave out taber, ahfield, finklemeijer, and the rest of the gang who i hope do extremely well too…i'm all for those kids like the “tom coverdales” who will play for the sake of the university and the state of indiana regardless of the coach!

    …go TRUE hoosiers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    if dj white doesn't show up for tomorrow night's game he has completely lost my excitement for a big ten p.o.y. coming from indiana unless it happens to be kyle taber or eric gordon. i have no tolerance for crybabies regardless of the situation…………….

    ……….okay, if you have a brother, sister, mother, or father overseas at war then i understand…but if you are crying over a coach then i don't have any sympathy. if you want to give sympathy where sympathy is due then give it to those of us who never gave up, stuck it out, and earned a college diploma (regardless of the odds) and (without the taxpayers from the state of indiana giving us a scholarship) to PLAY A GAME WE LOVE.

    i'll probably be hated on again for voicing my opinion. let me say right here and right now….i want these players to finish out the season because i see the potential for a surprise to the tournament's committee as well as other teams invited to march madness. iu has a shot at a final four spot…i truly believe with the right attitude they will make it. AND I WOULD WANT NOTHING MORE THAN TO HAVE DJ WHITE LEAD HIS TEAM TO A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP but if players don't show up tomorrow night then i say let those who did show up at practice finish off the season…it's only fair. dj white has his chance to continue to be one of my all-time favorite hoosiers (right up there with tom coverdale and aj moye of semi-recent) if he chooses to try. if he doesn't, then he's quickly knocked down to a “jay edwards type-of-player”…and i mean that.

    no, these kids don't deserve what happened to them, but they should deal with it. i sure wish my college education was payed for. if it were, then i wouldn't be paying on it for what seems the rest of my life.

  • ray

    if these other kids are serious about not playing, then i encourage it. i hope they beat the crap out of northwestern and then when the other players want to return dakish says, “no, not untll you've been trough a week of practice”…therefore allowing these players with rare minutes an opportunity to play two games.

    taber and white could beat northwestern down low…i really think so…the question is can the guards keep up with the defensive stops from the perimeter. i think they can, honestly.

    if i were dakich i would keep the starters out as long as possible tomorrow night and let those that showed up for practice play the game.

    this is iu basketball, and it's time dakich shows them what it's all about. you don't skip practice and not play…PERIOD!!!! i don't care what the excuse is…give credit to those who did show up (including gordon and stemler who i am probably most proud of).

    by the way, i've been a softie for bassett and white all year…but i must say, i am all about seeing lance stemler, mike white, and eric gordon do well now…and that isn't meant to leave out taber, ahfield, finklemeijer, and the rest of the gang who i hope do extremely well too…i'm all for those kids like the “tom coverdales” who will play for the sake of the university and the state of indiana regardless of the coach!

    …go TRUE hoosiers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    if dj white doesn't show up for tomorrow night's game he has completely lost my excitement for a big ten p.o.y. coming from indiana unless it happens to be kyle taber or eric gordon. i have no tolerance for crybabies regardless of the situation…………….

    ……….okay, if you have a brother, sister, mother, or father overseas at war then i understand…but if you are crying over a coach then i don't have any sympathy. if you want to give sympathy where sympathy is due then give it to those of us who never gave up, stuck it out, and earned a college diploma (regardless of the odds) and (without the taxpayers from the state of indiana giving us a scholarship) to PLAY A GAME WE LOVE.

    i'll probably be hated on again for voicing my opinion. let me say right here and right now….i want these players to finish out the season because i see the potential for a surprise to the tournament's committee as well as other teams invited to march madness. iu has a shot at a final four spot…i truly believe with the right attitude they will make it. AND I WOULD WANT NOTHING MORE THAN TO HAVE DJ WHITE LEAD HIS TEAM TO A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP but if players don't show up tomorrow night then i say let those who did show up at practice finish off the season…it's only fair. dj white has his chance to continue to be one of my all-time favorite hoosiers (right up there with tom coverdale and aj moye of semi-recent) if he chooses to try. if he doesn't, then he's quickly knocked down to a “jay edwards type-of-player”…and i mean that.

    no, these kids don't deserve what happened to them, but they should deal with it. i sure wish my college education was payed for. if it were, then i wouldn't be paying on it for what seems the rest of my life.

  • ray

    if anyone has an insider's influence on dan dakich, please let him hear my claim!

    let the six eligible and healthy players play against northwestern. let the remainder of the team know that it doesn't matter what the situation is, if you have a scholarship to play for iu then you have a commitment to the university and its fans to show up for practice.

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

    IF THEY WIN WITH ONLY SIX PLAYERS, THEN ESPN IN MY OPINION HAS TO MOVE THEM UP IN BRACKETOLOGY AT LEAST TO A NUMBER THREE SEED IN THE TOURNEY.

  • ray

    if anyone has an insider's influence on dan dakich, please let him hear my claim!

    let the six eligible and healthy players play against northwestern. let the remainder of the team know that it doesn't matter what the situation is, if you have a scholarship to play for iu then you have a commitment to the university and its fans to show up for practice.

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

    IF THEY WIN WITH ONLY SIX PLAYERS, THEN ESPN IN MY OPINION HAS TO MOVE THEM UP IN BRACKETOLOGY AT LEAST TO A NUMBER THREE SEED IN THE TOURNEY.

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • Nick

    I'm with you here Mikey! I've had so much respect for DJ White the past couple of years and he's actually become one of my all-time favorite IU players. I sure hope he's not leading this boycott! I know he's been through a lot but I would picture him as the guy to put the team on his shoulders and weather the storm once again, not add to the torture and pain of the IU Nation!!! Man, I hope this s**t isn't true (about the walkout)!!!

  • Nick

    Oh come on! I can't buy this crap. DJ White didn't boycott when Mike Davis was canned (or cordially resigned) and DJ was practically family to that guy! Why would he lead a revolt when a coach, who did cheat, was asked to resign after only two seasons with him. He's being projected now as a first round NBA pick. Eric Gordon showed up today. Why do think he did? Not because he's so loyal to IU, but because he doesn't want to hurt his draft stock!!! Why would DJ take that chance. Maybe the players were just given the choice to stay home today for practice since it's been such a tough week!!!

    This is all me just being an optimist. Man, I hope I'm right on this!!!

  • ray

    if these other kids are serious about not playing, then i encourage it. i hope they beat the crap out of northwestern and then when the other players want to return dakish says, “no, not untll you've been trough a week of practice”…therefore allowing these players with rare minutes an opportunity to play two games.

    taber and white could beat northwestern down low…i really think so…the question is can the guards keep up with the defensive stops from the perimeter. i think they can, honestly.

    if i were dakich i would keep the starters out as long as possible tomorrow night and let those that showed up for practice play the game.

    this is iu basketball, and it's time dakich shows them what it's all about. you don't skip practice and not play…PERIOD!!!! i don't care what the excuse is…give credit to those who did show up (including gordon and stemler who i am probably most proud of).

    by the way, i've been a softie for bassett and white all year…but i must say, i am all about seeing lance stemler, mike white, and eric gordon do well now…and that isn't meant to leave out taber, ahfield, finklemeijer, and the rest of the gang who i hope do extremely well too…i'm all for those kids like the “tom coverdales” who will play for the sake of the university and the state of indiana regardless of the coach!

    …go TRUE hoosiers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    if dj white doesn't show up for tomorrow night's game he has completely lost my excitement for a big ten p.o.y. coming from indiana unless it happens to be kyle taber or eric gordon. i have no tolerance for crybabies regardless of the situation…………….

    ……….okay, if you have a brother, sister, mother, or father overseas at war then i understand…but if you are crying over a coach then i don't have any sympathy. if you want to give sympathy where sympathy is due then give it to those of us who never gave up, stuck it out, and earned a college diploma (regardless of the odds) and (without the taxpayers from the state of indiana giving us a scholarship) to PLAY A GAME WE LOVE.

    i'll probably be hated on again for voicing my opinion. let me say right here and right now….i want these players to finish out the season because i see the potential for a surprise to the tournament's committee as well as other teams invited to march madness. iu has a shot at a final four spot…i truly believe with the right attitude they will make it. AND I WOULD WANT NOTHING MORE THAN TO HAVE DJ WHITE LEAD HIS TEAM TO A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP but if players don't show up tomorrow night then i say let those who did show up at practice finish off the season…it's only fair. dj white has his chance to continue to be one of my all-time favorite hoosiers (right up there with tom coverdale and aj moye of semi-recent) if he chooses to try. if he doesn't, then he's quickly knocked down to a “jay edwards type-of-player”…and i mean that.

    no, these kids don't deserve what happened to them, but they should deal with it. i sure wish my college education was payed for. if it were, then i wouldn't be paying on it for what seems the rest of my life.

  • ray

    if anyone has an insider's influence on dan dakich, please let him hear my claim!

    let the six eligible and healthy players play against northwestern. let the remainder of the team know that it doesn't matter what the situation is, if you have a scholarship to play for iu then you have a commitment to the university and its fans to show up for practice.

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

    IF THEY WIN WITH ONLY SIX PLAYERS, THEN ESPN IN MY OPINION HAS TO MOVE THEM UP IN BRACKETOLOGY AT LEAST TO A NUMBER THREE SEED IN THE TOURNEY.

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

  • ray

    LET THE SIX-MAN-ROSTER TAKE A SHOT AT NORTHWESTERN IN EVANSTON!

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