Miller to speak at “On the road with Hoosiers” event at Huber’s Orchard and Winery

  • 05/04/2017 8:18 am in

New Indiana coach Archie Miller will speak to Indiana fans later this month at Huber’s Orchard and Winery in Southern Indiana.

And there should be plenty to discuss as this year’s stop at Huber’s will come just one week after the deadline for players who have not hired an agent to withdraw from the NBA draft.

The annual gathering for IU fans in southern Indiana will be held on Wednesday, May 31 at Plantation Hall. Last year, the event was basketball only, but this year new football coach Tom Allen will also address fans.

Tickets are $50 each or $1,000 for a table of ten, which includes preferred seating. Registration is available online at this link.

Formerly known as the IU Tailgate Tour, the “on the road” events provide an opportunity for fans to meet and hear from IU coaches.

Last year, Tom Crean, Thomas Bryant, Josh Newkirk, Juwan Morgan, Derek Elston and Chuck Martin all addressed fans at the event in Borden.

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  • TomJameson

    Man, would love to go to that. Wouldn’t even ask questions, would just like to sit and listen. Of course, I would like to meet Arch, and try to get him to sign an IU hat for me. 🙂

  • FundamentalistGuardPlay

    Archie will bring the Gospel, with a precise lexicon, to sunny Southern Indiana.

    For those attending, let me suggest Huber’s 3 Dip Combo: Homemade olive dip, Port wine cheese spread, and hummus, served with chips. It was Coach Knight’s go-to dish.

  • mharv2631

    I hope the Langford’s attend.

  • N71

    Would love to see him come to Indianapolis. I’m thinking infield at the 500 facility with 300,000 IU fans. One week after the 500 so the stage in turn one is still up.

  • VanPastorMan

    I was thinking the same thing. He’ll only be 15 miles from New Albany.

  • John D Murphy

    I think if Romeo walked in, the crowd would go nuts.

  • Vernon Aldrich

    I’ve got my ticket!

  • marcusgresham

    …and Archie may have to leave so he doesn’t have some bogus violation for recruiting in a dead period.

  • Cole Bramblett

    We need to start Curtis, the one-handed dribble god.