Video: “Then and Now” from Hoosier Hysteria Intro

Via Aaron Weaver and IUAthletics on YouTube:

  • InTheMtns

    Not sure. I heard he wasn’t happy about being held out of action (as a precaution because of an injury he took earlier to his ankle). If that’s true, maybe he was just being grumpy. He’s so competitive, he was probably frustrated.

  • IUFAN87

    man 2 WKS cant go by fast enough god I hope NCAA puts Kentucky in same region bracket and Hoosier Nation run them off the courts again.

  • Billybob

    The Damon Bailey Jimmy Jackson matchups were some of the best games ever.

  • Geoff_85

    That would be the absolutely hilarious. Every time I hear the song I think of the episode of Family Guy where Peter and Brian go back in time (thanks to Death) and Brian plays keytar and sings it at Lois’ and Peter’s prom. It’s much better after I take my meds and Geritol (thanks Danner).

  • http://www.facebook.com/doug.snyder.92 Doug Snyder

    trying to”like” your post from my smart phone. screwed it up

  • smartybucket

    Loved this. Like others, I had tears in my eyes thinking of all these past, current and future players.

    I know this has been beaten into the ground, but I really hope Bobby/IU will make amends. It feels a little incomplete to me – to have someone so influential in IU basketball (who is still alive) MIA. Myles is gone, but lots of the people Bobby worked with and liked are still there – Kit Klinglehoffer, Tim Garl, Chuck Crebb (not sure on these spellings) to name a few. And CTC has had no beef with Bobby, and I’m sure has great respect for him. Maybe Calbert could reach out to coach. Would love to see him come back. It should be early season though because it could detract from the team late season. Hoosier Hysteria would have been a perfect time. Know the ball is really in Bobby’s court, and hope he changes his mind. Anyone else feel this way still?

  • smartybucket

    Loved this. Like others, I had tears in my eyes thinking of all these past, current and future players.

    I know this has been beaten into the ground, but I really hope Bobby/IU will make amends. It feels a little incomplete to me – to have someone so influential in IU basketball (who is still alive) MIA. Myles is gone, but lots of the people Bobby worked with and liked are still there – Kit Klinglehoffer, Tim Garl, Chuck Crebb (not sure on these spellings) to name a few. And CTC has had no beef with Bobby, and I’m sure has great respect for him. Maybe Calbert could reach out to coach. Would love to see him come back. It should be early season though because it could detract from the team late season. Hoosier Hysteria would have been a perfect time. Know the ball is really in Bobby’s court, and hope he changes his mind. Anyone else feel this way still?

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=507589943 Jason Davis

    do not like that song at first. no good. GO IU!!!!!!!!!

  • marcusgresham

    As Bob Knight holds the chair in mid-swing “never gonna let you go…”

  • marcusgresham

    I’ve said it before—the second that man decides to walk back into that building is the same second his name goes up on the side of it

  • marcusgresham

    Kentucky needs a video like this so they can make a picture of Calipari mailing the Emery package to Chris Mills and Nerlens Noel drinking with Eddie Sutton.

  • http://www.facebook.com/doug.snyder.92 Doug Snyder

    you never know how your text will be interpreted. was it sarcasm? abusive? a joke? mine had no malice. no harm, no foul

  • http://www.facebook.com/doug.snyder.92 Doug Snyder

    you never know how your text will be interpreted. was it sarcasm? abusive? a joke? mine had no malice. no harm, no foul

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Daniel-Whitehead/629284049 Daniel Whitehead

    So this is kinda strange and a big reason why I think this will be a special year. I missed Hoosier Hysteria this year because I got married on that Saturday. About a half hour before HH started my wife and I had our first dance. Wanna know what that song was? The same song that opens then “then and now” video.

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