Devan Dumes Archive

Good, Bad and Ugly: Illinois

THE GOOD (HEY, WE HAD TO LIST SOMETHING, RIGHT?): Nick Williams. That pretty much sums it up. On a day when the Hoosiers came out with far less fight than needed to win in a hostile environment, Williams was the ...

The Morning After: Michigan, or clapping alone

Hey, so that was fun, right? Haha, just kidding! That wasn’t fun at all! That was precisely as much fun as a rusty ballpeen hammer to the eye socket, only less violent, so long as you don’t count “throwing an ...

Good, Bad and Ugly: Michigan

THE GOOD: We played very good for very long against a borderline Top 25 team, who has beaten the likes Duke and UCLA. The first half was so promising, so full of life, it was a feeling we haven’t felt ...

Hoosiers lose heartbreaker in OT, 72-66

Indiana head coach Tom Crean couldn’t have drawn it up any better. After a head scratching home loss to Lipscomb to close out 2008 and a road loss to Iowa in the Big Ten opener, the Hoosiers returned to Assembly ...

Crean, Williams and Dumes talk Michigan

In preparation for Wednesday’s home Big Ten opener with Michigan, Indiana coach Tom Crean and guards Devan Dumes and Nick Williams addressed the media earlier today. You can hear the complete audio at the following links: Coach Crean audio Devan ...

The M(onday) After: Iowa, or not so bad this time, actually

Ah, the Hoosiers. Just when I thought I was out … they pull me back in. It’s not as though I had given up on the season in any sort of meaningful way. Actually, I’d given up on the season, ...

Good, Bad and Ugly: Lipscomb

THE GOOD Someone else showed up on offense besides Tom Pritchard. Devan Dumes mirrored his scoring prowess from the beginning of the season, and dumped in 18 points on 7-of-12 shooting, including 4-of-7 from three-point land. Verdell Jones seems to ...

From bad to worse: Hoosiers fall to Lipscomb

Just when you thought it couldn’t get worse for the 2008-2009 version of the Indiana Hoosiers — it just got worse. Indiana (5-7) followed up a 55-42 home loss to Northeastern with a 74-69 loss to Lipscomb Sunday night at ...

Turnovers doom Hoosiers in first home loss

For five minutes Monday night, it appeared that Indiana would have no problem shaking off the rust from a nine day layoff. Fueled by five early points from Daniel Moore, the Hoosiers jumped to an early 12-3 lead. And then ...

Hoosiers can’t overcome early surge from UK

The combination of Kentucky playing its best six minutes of basketball and Indiana playing perhaps its worst six minutes of basketball was too much for the Hoosiers to overcome Saturday afternoon in Rupp Arena. The Wildcats (7-3) jumped to a ...