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Indiana gives Crean contract extension through 2020

 

Tom Crean (photo by YHoshua via wikipedia commons)

Indiana athletic director Fred Glass announced on Friday night that head basketball coach Tom Crean had agreed to a two-year contract extension through 2020.

Crean’s base salary will increase from around $$2.52 million per year to $3.16 million.

Also, Friday night, the #1 Hoosiers blew out Bryant, 97-54.

Indiana selected to win Big Ten Men’s Basketball championship; OSU picked 3rd

 

(courtesy Indiana athletics)

The Indiana Hoosiers have been chosen as the top team in the Big Ten and their star, Cody Zeller was picked as the Preseason Player of the Year in a vote by conference media.

Michigan and Ohio State were picked to finish second and third respectively.

The Hoosiers return all five starters from the team that went 27-9 and reached the Sweet 16.

The 6-foot-11 Zeller, who averaged 15.6 points and 6.6 rebounds as a freshman last season is the key player in the Hoosiers success. He was a unanimous pick for the preseason All-Big Ten team with Trey Burke of Michigan, Aaron Craft and Deshaun Thomas of Ohio State and Penn State’s Tim Frazier.

Ex-Indiana basketball player, coach, Lou Watson dies at 88

 

(courtesy of WPClipart.com)

Former Indiana Hoosiers All-American Lou Watson, had the distinction of being the coach between two of the most successful coaches in the school’s history, Branch McCracken (364-174) and Bobby Knight (661-240), died in Fairfax, Virginia at the age of 88.

Watson, who was from Jeffersonville, Indiana, which is located just across the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky, was an All-American for McCracken in 1950. When he left the Bloomington, Indiana school, he was their all-time leading scorer.

Watson became McCracken’s long-time assistant coach, then became IU’s head basketball coach from 1966-71 and guided the Hoosiers to a co-Big Ten championship in 1967. That team was known as the “Cardiac Kids” due to their playing so many down-to-the-wire games.

Watson, who ended his coaching career with a 61-60 record, coached George McGinnis, who went on to the ABA and NBA, during the 1970-71 season when he gained All-American status.

 

Info compiled from Indiana University, Radio & TV news

He was inducted into the Indiana University Athletics Hall of Fame in 1989.

 

 

Ohio State avenges loss at Bloomington; hammers IU, 80-63, Smith surprisingly scores 28

COLUMBUS, OHIO — When the Ohio State Buckeyes lost at Indiana on New Year’s Eve, 74-71, you knew the team were looking forward to the January 15 matchup.

The Buckeyes were ready and they used another weapon this time to do in the Hoosiers, Lenzelle Smith, Jr.

Smith torched IU for a career-high 28 points on 10-12 shooting, 4-5 from 3-point range, 7 assists and 0 turnovers in 34 minutes of action. He canned every open shot he had and played basically a solid game.

Lenzelle Smith Jr. (courtesy of OSU athletics)

The Buckeyes controlled the game from the outset, leading 35-14 at the half and forced IU head coach Tom Crean to call three timeouts in the first half.

 

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#13 Indiana rallies to upset #2 Ohio State 74-70

 

Victor Oladipo (courtesy of Indiana athletics)

Sophomore Victor Oladipo scored the go-ahead bucket with 36 seconds to go Saturday afternoon as #13 Indiana beat #2 Ohio State 74-70 at Bloomington.

Jordan Hullis scored 17 points to the lead the Hoosiers in scoring.

The teams traded baskets and leads throughout the final eight minutes, but it was Oladipo, a native of Upper Marlboro, Maryland, who sealed the game with a layup that put Indiana up 71-70. Hullis then converted on 1 of 2 free throws to make it 72-70.

Then Ohio State’s William Buford missed a go-ahead three-point shot with 4.5 seconds to go. OSU fouled Christian Watford put the game to rest with a pair of free throws.

Improving Indiana is 13-1, 1-1 in the Big Ten, is the ninth team to defeat both a number-1 ranked team and a #2 ranked team in the same season since 1996-97. The Hoosiers are only the third team to beat both teams in the same month.

OSU, who drops to 13-2, 1-1 in the Big Ten saw its five-game winning streak stopped. The Buckeyes were led by Aaron Craft with 16 points and Jared Sullinger with 15.

 

Info compiled from Indiana University & Ohio State University game notes

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