• plane1972

    Well, this was a snoozer until the final 10-15 seconds when he mentions “a couple of things that happened off the court.” I presume Hanner is one of those things. I wonder what else he might be referring to.

  • Born&Bred2BleedHoosierCrimson

    Excited to see where Vonleh will end up. I’m personally hoping Boston. Interesting last few seconds of the interview, I think everyone kind of wants to know what really happened last year off the court. Hopefully, it won’t continue to be an issue this coming season.

  • Jennifer G

    He looks so confident in this video. Best of Luck Noah!

  • SCHoosier

    Very well spoken for an 18 year old. Didn’t hear one “you know” or “I mean” in the entire interview. Wish him good luck in the process going forward..no reason he shouldn’t be a top-10 pick

  • ILive4IUBball

    I wish he or someone else could give us some insight into what really was/is going on with this team off the court! It’s clear that Crean doesn’t have control over this group.

  • plane1972

    Let’s not go off the deep end. This team had relatively minor issues compared to most other programs. It was young and didn’t play well, but I don’t suspect any deep-seeded chemistry issues. Just poor decision making by youthful males and young players making the transition to college. Not that uncommon.

  • plane1972

    That’s probably all there is to it.

  • hardly

    agree on the APR, but I can’t think of any other major programs that had 25% of their scholarship players arrested this year in a 3 month period..can you? while those guys were in the slammer Noah was probably at Cook Hall giving the automatic rebounder a workout.

  • So you’re saying, out of 13 scholarship players, they had 4 arrested? I knew about Hanner, Yogi and Stanford, who was the other one? My memory is failing me on that.

  • hardly

    a little help with math: 13 times .25 = 3.25. since there is neither .25 of a player or .25 of an arrest, I rounded down to 3(generally when it is less than .50, one rounds down, greater than .50 one rounds up.) you named those three, so probably no more help needed. I’m as die hard as anybody, but facts are facts – even when they’re ugly.

  • N71

    Agree. Between Noah, Cody, and Victor, IU comes across rather well. I think Yogi will be similar come the 2015 draft, although late round 1.