Trouble in Hoosierland

Discussion in 'Basketball' started by hawkdrummer1, Jan 31, 2019.

  1. hawkdrummer1

    hawkdrummer1 Well-Known Member

  2. SteveGarvey1

    SteveGarvey1 Well-Known Member

    It would probably figure that they start to get their crap together when we show up next week.
  3. ssckelley

    ssckelley Well-Known Member

    Not to worry, they have Alford waiting in the wings.

    On second thought, maybe not, they would owe Miller the rest of his $24m contract.
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  4. ChosenChildren

    ChosenChildren Well-Known Member

    When you don't play hard, you get your butt handed to you. Iowa found that out against Minnesota.
    Indiana gives zero effort. Something is wrong with that team.

    Of course, they will somehow find it against Iowa.....
  5. tksirius

    tksirius HN's Love Doctor

    We hang with Michigan and lose a close one. Then we go into a fired up Indiana. Not very promising.
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  6. Robowe

    Robowe Well-Known Member

    Why would they be fired up? They have lost 7 in a row and play at Michigan State on Saturday before they play Iowa. :)
  7. 83Hawk

    83Hawk Banned

    Nothing cures a losing streak like playing Iowa!
  8. SteveGarvey1

    SteveGarvey1 Well-Known Member

    Because they'd be hell-bent on not losing 9 in a row.
  9. RobHowe

    RobHowe Administrator

    I think GB may have worked out Archie's buyout at IU.

    In the event IU wished to buy out Miller's contract, it would owe him 100 percent of his remaining salary before March 31, 2022, and 50 percent of his remaining salary thereafter, through the life of the contract.

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  10. ArvadaHawk

    ArvadaHawk Well-Known Member

    no, he'll be in the rafters with his steel saw to make sure we have to spend an extra night in a hotel and come out flat.
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  11. PCHawk

    PCHawk Well-Known Member

    That was such an Iowa thing to happen. They were rolling big time at the time and ended up with a huge down time between games.
  12. hawkdrummer1

    hawkdrummer1 Well-Known Member

    Not so far-fetched... Alford comes home to save the day. Unbelievable. Smarmy little prick.
  13. sioux34

    sioux34 Well-Known Member

    I would love to see Alf back at IU. His failure there could not be any more delicious.
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  14. homes

    homes Well-Known Member

    This is where this is headed. The buyout is nothing if they get WonderBoy to come home. There's enough IU moneyed alums who would be more than ready to make that happen.
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  15. HaydenHawk56

    HaydenHawk56 Well-Known Member

    The Murphy's Law of Iowa Basketball.
  16. Northside Hawk

    Northside Hawk Well-Known Member

    I don't think a Kinght disciple will take that job until Knight passes. Nor will you see a second generation offspring play there. Knight threatened hell to the May family if Scott allowed his son Sean to enroll there.

    Maybe Dakich, of all people, would get the coaching itch again. He has already burned bridges with Knight so that wouldn't be hanging over his head.
  17. morley10

    morley10 Well-Known Member

    I was thinking of another former Iowa coach. Lick is available and has Indiana roots.
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  18. Northside Hawk

    Northside Hawk Well-Known Member

    How about another Indiana native. Scott Skiles.
  19. HaydenHawk56

    HaydenHawk56 Well-Known Member

    Ha....let would also be a very delightful choice. Would love to see IU scoring 35 points a game.
  20. ohhawk

    ohhawk Well-Known Member

    Not feeling much for Indiana's situation as I think we have our own hands full trying to gain some traction from here on out.