HD Video: Ferrell, Schilling on win over Broad Ripple

  • 02/11/2012 4:52 pm in

Class 2A No. 1 Park Tudor moved to 16-2 on Saturday afternoon with a 53-48 win over No. 3 Broad Ripple at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. McDonald’s All-American and IU signee Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell led all scorers with 22 points and also dished out six assists.

Watch postgame reaction from both Ferrell and Park Tudor coach Ed Schilling in high-definition quality video in the embedded media players below:

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  • Luke72

    As tough as the last 3 years have been us diehard fans it sure feels great to see how well we are doing this season and the idea that Yogi and Buss are on their way almost seems to good to be true! Go Hoosiers!!

  • JW_IU_04

    Watched this game myself. Coach Crean was in attendence as well. Watching Yogi play for the first time, I saw the quickness and ability to control the ball while obtaining that quickness throughout the game. He had a shot I would say is very comparable to Will Sheehey that he is very accurate with as well as a threat beyond the arc. He was a great defender and he surprised me being 5’10” how high he could get up. He also was a great ball distributor, and he created so many shots for other guys. I also got to see Ron Patterson play too. Ron played strong with the basketball which was great to see. He is a threat behind the arc and I would say he is a more physical watford type player who can go iside and out. He didn’t have much to work with seeing as the rest of his team relied on just him, he took that commitment and made sure his team fought to the very end. He had a few times where he guarded Yogi and had quicker feet than I thought he would have. This game was a great matchup and gives me great feelings and hope for next years success with these young men’s addition to the greatest basketball program in all of NCAA history!

  • Jimleich

    I got to see the game as well. Yogi is the real deal – incredibly quick, sweet shot, surprisingly strong. He kind of disappeared in the second half, either got tired or BR’s more intense defense. Patterson can elevate! Outstanding athlete who is very long for his size. Big Ten type body. He struggled with his jump shot but the form looked solid and man does he get off the floor. Builet (sp?) was impressive for a sophomore and looks like he will add inches.

  • Bryan Flinn

    It’s going to be great to have the depth next year with the addition of Ferrell, Patterson, Jurkin, Hollowell, and Perea. Plus having March experience will make the world of difference. I am having a hard time bottling my excitement. We will be awesome once again!

  • JW_IU_04

    I really liked Builet’s play as well. He lit up in the second half and became a shooting threat. With Patterson I saw some flaws in his offensive play but nothing I don’t see Crean can’t figure out and help him with! GO HOOSIERS 

  • Bjt42

    Does his brother go to PT as well? I’d like to see that dunk he was talking about!

  • Oldguyy

    Love hearing that Yogi is so coachable.  Just what a freshman point guard needs to adapt to the college game quickly.

  • Timinindy2003

    They were asking him about his focus & priorities, and it seemed to me like he is looking ahead a lot on individual goals.  If I were his coach, I would rather hear that his focus is doing everything he can to make his current team better and help his team win.

  • Plane1972

    Bluiett. A tough spell.

  • Plane1972

    I see your point, but you have to look at the final results. On their way to a second state title. I think Yogi understands how his personal goals will benefit his team’s goals.

  • Mister Slippery

    My personal goal is to watch Yogi drop 30 dimes against pUKe next year.

  • inadvertentelbows_stillhurt

    A real PG ..can’t wait..CTC will now have the athletes to turn the corner on high ball screens and dribble handoffs next yr exactly the way it’s drawn up..Lets Go.