Video: Tom Crean discusses Hoosier Hysteria

  • 10/25/2014 9:31 pm in

Indiana coach Tom Crean met with the media following 2014 Hoosier Hysteria on Saturday night at Assembly Hall.

Watch his comments, including thoughts on Yogi Ferrell, Hanner Mosquera-Perea, Robert Johnson, the new tradition of passing on the candy striped pants, the pace of the scrimmage and more, below:

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  • CreanFaithful

    Oleman, RonB… pay attention to the last few seconds of the interview. You may get your wish.

  • Ole Man

    That last 45 seconds sent chills up and down my [email protected]! LOL!

  • cheeseman18

    Figured you would like that. lol I’ll believe it when I see it in games on a regular basis though.

  • jon

    i hear the place wasn’t even at crowd capacity. c’mon man. what’s going on here..

  • ronb

    Thanks for sharing. I had already listened before your comment CreanFaithful. It
    is one thing he can do with team to speed the tempo up and wear bigger players out on the opposing team. With the exception of Cody Zeller big guys do not like a high tempo game. They get gassed an have to come out of the game. Bigs in general like a half court game better.

    As a former Coach I have said several times on the Forum how a zone press after made baskets and a half court trapping defense can create turnovers and use much of the opposing team’s shot clock. This IU team could use these type of defenses better than any other team under TC.

    I thought HMP looked better and EH has great defensive timing to block shots and had a couple in the scrimmage last night. IMHO he is all ready a good defensive player in a year or two he will be a great defensive player.

  • ronb

    Why were u not there?

  • jon

    because i live about 700ish miles away

  • ronb

    That’s a good answer. I live 1000 miles away but my sons who still leave in Indiana went. IU web page says there were around 14,000+ there. I do not think that is bad on a non football weekend. They spotted several players we have recruited and are recruiting.