Listen to the audio from the 25-minute senior day ceremony earlier this afternoon at Assembly Hall in the embedded media player below. Steven Gambles, Brett Finkelmeier, Devan Dumes, Tijan Jobe and Tom Crean addressed the crowd following IU’s 88-80 overtime win over Northwestern:
… And we’ll be back Monday to begin breaking down the season that was in Bloomington as well as the NCAA Tournament.
Tom Crean, Verdell Jones and the defensive stopper known as Brett Finkelmeier met with the media earlier today to talk about Sunday’s game at Wisconsin. Nothing groundbreaking was revealed, but Crean did give an update on Devan Dumes:
“He has not practiced. It’s hard to measure today in such a short period of time. He has been shooting and things like that but he has not practiced so I don’t know (his status for Sunday).”
This is not a knock on Dumes, as he is IU’s best scorer, but I think the Hoosiers showed on Tuesday they can compete just fine without him. In other words, it’s not such a big deal if he can’t play Sunday. IU is in for a huge challenge as Wisconsin is fighting for a NCAA bid (a win Sunday probably punches their ticket) and the Kohl Center is one of the toughest places to play in the Big Ten.
A full transcript of Finkelmeier’s comments will be posted later. (Not really. I just felt like typing that.)
IU opens the season Saturday and Coach Crean, Brett Finkelmeier, Kyle Taber and new walk-on Kipp Schutz addressed the media earlier this afternoon. Here’s the audio, courtesy of CBS Sports All-Access (Microsoft Silverlight required):