• Damianus504

    He may be syntactically challenged, but when he gets rolling he is compelling. Perhaps others have heard him speak about such things before, but the most interesting thing to me was his discussion of his decision to begin recruiting 8th and 9th graders. It seems clear that he is not only hard working and sincere, but also farsighted and very good at strategic thinking. He has taken every resource IU possesses, from fans to facilities to tradition, and skillfully combined them into a long-term plan that is obviously now paying off hugely. It gets harder and harder to find fault with his leadership, even for those (like me) who are natural critics.

    I wish it were October.

  • A_Schick

    Man I want to run through a brick wall right now. Thanks for the motivation!

  • A_Schick

    Man I want to run through a brick wall right now. Thanks for the motivation!

  • IHATEUK

    I think he has true passion for IU basketball and what it stands for…simply said “its Indiana” and not some crap another coach talks about (talk, talk and talks more).  Reaching bottom was worth it getting CTC.

  • Iubball

    He is a hard guy not to like. He teaches motivation and drive by example while most coaches do it by running their mouth.

  • IUFAN87

    Bring Tears to my eyes CTC awesome….God I love the Passion even know he really doesnt have to many IU ties you would think he graduated and played ball at IU