POTB 226: Breaking down Romeo Langford’s commitment to Indiana

  • 05/01/2018 3:08 pm in

Podcast on the Brink is back for a new episode with hosts Jerod Morris of The Assembly Call and Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall. The show is available weekly.

In this week’s show, Morris and Bozich are joined by Rick Bozich of WDRB.com in Louisville to discuss Romeo Langford’s commitment to Indiana.

Among the topics discussed:

· Rick’s thoughts on yesterday’s announcement
· Rick’s takeaways from doing a story about Romeo recently where he stopped at several places around town to learn more about him
· How the Hoosiers were ultimately able to win this recruitment
· Expectations for Romeo and for IU next season
· Archie Miller’s recruiting style and why it’s resonating on the trail
· Why this decision meant so much to IU fans and the community
· The players Rick feels are important to IU next season beyond Romeo and Juwan Morgan

And much, much more. As always, feel free to drop the show a note at [email protected].

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(Photo credit: Eric Crawford, WDRB)

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  • alwaysiufan

    Is it October yet

  • mark

    A question. With Robert Pharisee’s statistics last year, either his high school competition was not very good or he is underrated by the scouting services. Which is it?

  • todd lindemen

    I can tell you I seen RP play against a really good high school team last season w some really good guards JBJ little bro which is a complete stud for a freshman and he looked excellent so poised and I think he had just 1 turnover he is ready for the next level. I would be very surprised if he isnt our starting pg next season…

  • timamac

    He played in the North Central Conference so he played good teams. Imho, he’s under rated.


    With all the festivities of the past day, I haven’t seen any revelations of reasons why Romeo put Kansas and Vanderbilt on the outs list. I’ve read accounts of his experiences and reasons for dropping Kentucky, North Carolina, and Louisville. And apparently Duke got tired of waiting and just moved on. What I’m wondering is other than all of the obvious positives associated with an IU commitment, does anyone know of any specific reasons he might have soured on Kansas and Vanderbilt. Not a big deal. Just really curious.

  • HoosierEconomist

    Kansas – FBI investigation
    Vandy – He knows better

  • Paul N Kalani Gibson

    We shouldn’t worry about why , just be happy our HOME STATE boys staying with us. Can’t wait to watch all of Archie’s recruits , a+ Archie , LOVE YA MAN!!! GO HOOSIER

  • MrNobody

    Alex has said for a long time he was under valued and under rated. I have thought for years was the epitome of high IQ Indiana basketball players that the AAU circuit had overshadowed

  • coachv

    watch out for the correction police