Indiana coach Archie Miller released the following statement regarding the abrupt end of the 2019-2020 season for the Hoosiers.
Indiana finished 20-12 in Miller’s third season in Bloomington.
Here is his full statement:
The health and safety of our students and the public must always be our top priority. The guidance provided by experts on a situation like this should never be ignored for any reason regardless of our individual interests. Our focus and only concern is that this situation is eradicated and everyone can return to their normal day-to-day routines.
I am proud of the way our team grew up, battled, overcame adversity and put the program in a position to achieve its goals of competing on the biggest stage college basketball offers. It’s a disappointing end for our seniors, De’Ron and Devonte, but they will leave Indiana University as better people and importantly, as graduates.
The future for our group offers limitless possibilities and I look for them to use this year’s experiences as a springboard. On behalf of everyone in our program, we want to thank Hoosier Nation for their passion, support and unwavering loyalty.
— Arch Miller (@Archie_Miller) March 13, 2020
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