Daniel Moore Archive

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, ...

The Morning After: TCU

Whoa, right? After a couple of bad losses to teams we didn’t even look competitive against, IU was given a coming-home gift Wednesday night. That gift, the TCU Horned Frogs, was about as inept a basketball team you’ll see all ...

Good, Bad and Ugly: Gonzaga

THE GOOD After the Wake Forest drubbing Wednesday, I think we were all bracing for a slaughter this afternoon inside Lucas Oil Stadium. Gonzaga has size, experience, talent; they’re ranked No. 5 in the country and are serious contenders to ...

The Morning After: IUPUI

It’s going to be hard to write these little features of ours for a while. Why? Because we literally don’t know anything about this batch of Hoosiers. We know a few things, sure — that Daniel Moore handles the ball ...

Good, Bad and Ugly: IUPUI

The Good: IU struggled immensely with turnovers and rebounds in their first bout of the season against Northwestern State. Tonight against the Jaguars, there was great improvement. The Hoosiers committed 13 turnovers — five of those came from Nick Williams ...

No upset here: IU prevails, 60-57

The expectation coming into the season was that the 2008-2009 version of the IU Men’s basketball team would have its hands full with just about every opponent on the schedule. Tuesday night, that was indeed the case as IU fended ...

The Morning After: Your 2008-09 Indiana Hoosiers, I think

It goes without saying that the beginning of this Indiana basketball season is unlike those that have come before it. It is the second year in the last three that have seen IU with a brand new basketball coach, but ...

Good, Bad And Ugly: Northwestern State

The Good: We won. By all accounts, we’re not going to be able to soak in victory a lot this season, so enjoy this one. And heck, I’d venture as far to say we looked pretty good in that second ...

Crean era begins with a win, 83-65

It wasn’t pretty, but Indiana opened the Tom Crean era with an 83-65 win over Northwestern State Saturday night in Assembly Hall. The Hoosiers (1-0) missed 13 free throws, were out-rebounded 52-41, committed 23 turnovers and shot 31 percent from ...

Wednesday Roundup: Walk-ons, Harrellson, Tyreke

— Joining the legacy established by Ryan Tapak, Adam Ahlfeld and Brett Finkelmeier will be Rochester (IN) guard Kory Barnett and Carmel (IN) guard Daniel Moore who have both agreed to walk-on in Bloomington, according to multiple reports. While it ...