HD Video: IU players react to win over Illinois

  • 03/15/2013 3:06 pm in

CHICAGO — Indiana advanced to the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament on Friday afternoon with a 80-64 win over Illinois.

Inside the Hall caught up with six Hoosiers — Christian Watford, Jordan Hulls, Remy Abell, Victor Oladipo, Will Sheehey and Yogi Ferrell — for their postgame reaction.

Watch and listen to their comments in the embedded media players below:

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  • Hither@gmail.com

    When was the last 360 dunk by a Hoosier ?

  • IUMIKE1

    Will is getting better at behaving himself at these post game interviews (tongue in cheek). ” Is your goal to win this tournament ” ? When he was asked that question the look on Will’s face was priceless and he was like, is this a test to see if I can resist calling the name that goes along with asking a question that is that freakin’ stupid, is this a test, did Coach put you up to asking ” that ” question to see if I would stay under control ? LOL

  • unclekerfuffle

    I’m not sure of the answer but I remember Keith Smart doing it in the final game of the 87-88 season on Senior Night. Knight did not react one way or another.

  • InTheMtns

    Hmmm, let’s see. Was it with 1:38 left in the tournament game against Illinois? Yeah, it was! 🙂

  • sghooiser

    What a difference maker Yogi is this season compared to last season’s team.

  • Hoosierlu

    I love everyone’s lack o surprise about Vic’s dunking ability.
    I look forward to seeing more from his “goodie bag”. 😉

  • VanPastorMan

    One thing I love about this team is that they put losses in their proper perspective. They lost to UI,but they learned a lot. And therefore they were able to beat them by 16 like they should have the first time. I am so psyched for this team. We can go a long way down the road.

  • VanPastorMan

    One thing I love about this team is that they put losses in their proper perspective. They lost to UI,but they learned a lot. And therefore they were able to beat them by 16 like they should have the first time. I am so psyched for this team. We can go a long way down the road.

  • Provider_UNE

    Does one need to be a subscriber to actually watch these vids, I haven’t been been able to load one all season, while short on cash, I might consider dropping a few dimes if that is what it takes. I loved watching these interviews last year.

    Thanks in advance for any advice.

    /born and raised in b-town and a hoosier fan for nearly 40 years.

  • Provider_UNE

    As confusing as the documentation is, it would appear that I have to cough up 10 bucks a month to view these interviews which is a bit rich for my pockets. It would however be helpful if some clarity of the situation might be offered. Or make a move to YouTube.

    I don’t have any problem with a need to pay the bills, but if I have knowledge up front of any costs associated with viewing certain content on the site, I would either choose to pay, or not waste my time loading a picture with a tantalizing, teasing, hope to hear what the kids have to say.

    If you need someone to write said documentation, I would be happy to lend my services to the cause in exchange only for access. While I have not read every post on the site over the past year, I have seen that others have voiced confusion about the situation. I would be more than happy to clarify things. This is the only problem that I have with the site. I love everything else. While there is a slight possibility that flash might be involved, I doubt it, Worked perfectly last year.

    In any event apologies for the rant, and I love the site and love the Hoosiers, and the online community here is brilliant!

    I think that this might be the first day that I have ever bothered to comment as well. As usual the points I might make have already been made, hence my silence.

    Now that we are into too long didn’t read territory, a skunk crossed my path on the B-Line when I was on my way home tonight after watching Duke lose. Is that a good sign?

    Damn cute, was the little bastard.

    Go Hoosiers.

    Thanks for your patience, and thanks for providing a platform and a wonderful community.

    ,,,

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  • Provider_UNE

    Thanks for the reply, Alex. And thanks for your work on the site. The problem may be in the chair and not the computer (PICNIC), I will do more research…Tomorrow will boot up another OS and see if I can see the vids.

    Again, Thank you for a kick ass site, and while I will spend the evening drinking my disappointment away, while trying to fight off a cold (I know, but it works for me somehow) I look forward to selection sunday and will attempt to think of happy thoughts.

  • Provider_UNE

    Thanks for the reply, Alex. And thanks for your work on the site. The problem may be in the chair and not the computer (PICNIC), I will do more research…Tomorrow will boot up another OS and see if I can see the vids.

    Again, Thank you for a kick ass site, and while I will spend the evening drinking my disappointment away, while trying to fight off a cold (I know, but it works for me somehow) I look forward to selection sunday and will attempt to think of happy thoughts.