Tutorial: How to register and comment with Disqus

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Step 1: Underneath each post, there is a link to login. (Note: If you’re already signed up and logged in, you won’t see this.) Click the link that says “Disqus.” Note: You can also login with your Facebook, Twitter, OpenID or Yahoo! account.

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Step 2: After you click login, you’ll be prompted for your username and password. Instead, click the link below that says “Don’t have one? Register a new profile.”

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    You guys know how to give us a good challenge. There have been some really good Hoosier players over the years. I guess my list is no better than anybody elses but here goes, in no special order.

    Calbert Chaney, Steve Alford, Jimmy Rayl, Landon Turner, Isiah Thomas, Quinn Buckner, Scott May, Don Schlundt, Greg Graham and Alan Henderson.

    Don't mean to offend anyone. Our Hoosiers are fantastic and always fun to watch. And be assured of one thing, Coach Crean will have us back sooner than many of the critics thinks. GO BIG RED!

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    2) Walt Bellamy
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    4) Jay Edwards – so much talent. Woulda, coulda, shoulda!!!
    5) Scott May
    6) Calbert Chaney – so smooth.
    7) Quinn Buckner – ultimate leader.
    8) Steve Alford – on greatest non-pro Olympic team in 84, 87 C'ship.
    9) Jimmy Rayl
    10) Mike Woodson – IU wins 2 C'ships in a row without his hurt back in 80.

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    3) George McGinnis – if hadn't gone pro, UCLA would not have been able to handle George & Downing in 73.
    4) Jay Edwards – so much talent. Woulda, coulda, shoulda!!!
    5) Scott May
    6) Calbert Chaney – so smooth.
    7) Quinn Buckner – ultimate leader.
    8) Steve Alford – on greatest non-pro Olympic team in 84, 87 C'ship.
    9) Jimmy Rayl
    10) Mike Woodson – IU wins 2 C'ships in a row without his hurt back in 80.

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