• Anonymous

    Anybody know how long a broken wrist takes to heal?

  • Anonymous

    Wow. Tough news for Jeremy. Best of luck in recovering.

  • Anonymous

    Wow. Tough news for Jeremy. Best of luck in recovering.

  • Anonymous

    Wow. Tough news for Jeremy. Best of luck in recovering.

  • Anonymous

    Jeremy looked really impressive in this film. It’s really a bummer that he got hurt. I hope he has a speedy recovery because he is quickly establishing himself as the best player in this class. I still love me some Yogi, but Hollowell is impressing me more and more everytime.

  • Anonymous

    Jeremy looked really impressive in this film. It’s really a bummer that he got hurt. I hope he has a speedy recovery because he is quickly establishing himself as the best player in this class. I still love me some Yogi, but Hollowell is impressing me more and more everytime.

  • Anonymous

    Jeremy looked really impressive in this film. It’s really a bummer that he got hurt. I hope he has a speedy recovery because he is quickly establishing himself as the best player in this class. I still love me some Yogi, but Hollowell is impressing me more and more everytime.

  • unclekerfuffle

    Not a doctor but have had more than my share of broken bones. Based on my experiences, it will depend on how severe the break is and whether it has to be pinned–six to nine weeks then pt.

    The knee injury is of greater concern to me.

  • Anonymous

    i agree knee problems can really ruin a guy. (example maurice creek)

  • Anonymous

    From what I heard his knee was just really scraped up? But i don’t know.

  • Kelin Blab

    Jeremy is really good and even without Yogi these guys played well together. Like Patterson going to the basket more, hope Hanner works on his inside game, his I jump out the gym to dunk game is nice….develop that baby hook

  • HoosierDavey

    Really impressed with the all-around game that Hollowell has. He may end up being one of the best of our “fab five.” Hate that he will lose a lot of the time he would have had playing with the other guys this summer. Perea is a beast around the rim. Buss is going to do a bit of everything to make us successful, I believe. BTW, is #1 Jurkin? If so, well, he’s got a long way to go. Maybe prep school would be a good idea.

  • IUeconAlum

    Get better Jeremy!

  • Gustin

    #1 is Obij Aget… PJ won’t be joining the team until after June or so… I believe.

  • jordan

    I was trying to figure out the same thing. Does anyone know?

  • Kelin Blab

    That is not PJ, otherwise you would have seen far far more shots being blocked in the other direction

  • It was O, trust me I was there all weekend. Jeremy did not leave the facility and sat on the bench the second half. though he hit the floor hard I believe it is all not that serious more worried about his head he hit face first and when he got up almost passed out.

  • Let me be the first to say that I had no Idea that Jeremy was that good. After watching him this weekend I can honestly say that along w/ Yogi, He is the Key to this class. His shot is smooth and consistant, he rebounds, plays D,and he jumps w/ the best of them( exept Hanner that Kid is redunkulous, and he hustled all weekend. This kid will get as much playing time at IU then anyone!!

  • JerryCT

    Wow ! Patterson looked like a monster on drives and defense. Hollowell appears to be a natural scorer. Perea a perfect cleanup guy.

    For the “short rotation” fans how do you all propose CTC keeps them off the floor in 2012 ?

    Giving the initial nod to upper classmen who know the “system” and have had a few years to develop their bodies I see lineup rotations like :

    + 5: CZ/HP
    + 4: DE/CW
    + 3: MC/VO
    + 2: WS/AE
    + 1: JH/YF

    This is 10 deep w/o Patterson or Hollowell or Jurkin seeing the floor. Again I think the answer needs to be a full court all out war………….. forcing the opponent to go deep into their bench .

  • brklynhoosier

    I can possibly see Patterson as a backup defensive guard and perimeter threat off the bench his first year — and I REALLY want to see me some PJ so I can judge (I too was worried he was #1 out there). But based on these vids, there’s NO way Hollowell is not right there in the rotation… Generally agree w/ you tho. It’ll be a fight for playing time — and a very, very good squad. Was telling my friend the Buckeye fan that I’m not expecting/demanding championships out of this group — I’m just looking forward to being relevant again…

  • Kari_tyler

    Hollowell and his wrist. Let it fully heal so this doesnt become a nagging problem his entire career. Ron Pat makes me smile! Jurkin losses so much size by positioning himself so far under the basket. He is a huge guy but standing under the basket? move out 3 feet big guy! Thanks kari

  • Casey B.

    Jurkin didn’t play this game. That’s Obij Aget.

  • RobD

    that’s not jurkin.

  • BUhl14

    Per twitter its not fractured or broken. Just badly bruised. Said he should be out 2-3 weeks.

  • MillaRed

    I’ll just echo many of you and say Hollowell is the best player on the floor every time I see him on film. That kid is a scoring machine. NBA type talent. What a class!

  • Anonymous

    No chance Hollowell isn’t a rotation player as a freshman. In fact, I’d be a little surprised if he isn’t starting by the conference schedule. Also, I don’t see AE holding off Patterson. Patterson’s D and athleticism are better than AE’s. I know a lot of you like AE’s shooting (I’m not sold on it, yet), but even if I grant you that point, this team doesn’t need more scoring options. The ’12-’13 team needs a stopper or two.

    PG – Hulls*, Yogi
    Wings – Mo*, WS*, JH, VO, Patterson (heavier rotation) AE (spot minutes)
    Post – CZ*, CW*, HP (heavier rotation) DE, PJ (spot minutes)

    Ten deep, and three darn good spot players who can perform well if thrust into the lineup due to foul trouble or injury.

  • Anonymous

    No chance Hollowell isn’t a rotation player as a freshman. In fact, I’d be a little surprised if he isn’t starting by the conference schedule. Also, I don’t see AE holding off Patterson. Patterson’s D and athleticism are better than AE’s. I know a lot of you like AE’s shooting (I’m not sold on it, yet), but even if I grant you that point, this team doesn’t need more scoring options. The ’12-’13 team needs a stopper or two.

    PG – Hulls*, Yogi
    Wings – Mo*, WS*, JH, VO, Patterson (heavier rotation) AE (spot minutes)
    Post – CZ*, CW*, HP (heavier rotation) DE, PJ (spot minutes)

    Ten deep, and three darn good spot players who can perform well if thrust into the lineup due to foul trouble or injury.

  • Anonymous

    I see a ton of Calbert in his game. Silky smooth with range; above average mid-range game; sneaky athleticism; confident. I am really excited about him!

  • Anonymous

    They are winning these games right? Anyone know their record and who they played?

  • The_Hall_Monitor

    they’ve lost two games both in championships the 1st was against eric gordon central stars not sure on the 2nd

  • The_Hall_Monitor

    aaron harris from lawrence north

  • Hanner Parea straight up did not get back on O or D several times in that clip

  • It gets worst as you will see in more vids soon. Understand this is aau ball and they only had 8 players w/ them at Double Pump in Denver, they where tired. No excuses, I want to see D. and think they could have won w/ a little more of it, and if Jeremy hadent ate the floor.