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Over the weekend the Indiana Hoosiers beat number 1 Michigan in Bloomington. Legendary Head coach Bob Knight is Indiana Basketball and the Fab Five is Michigan basketball. Well, when you say these two schools as college basketball programs Knight and the Fab Five are the first thoughts that come up.
Knight has made in clear in the past that he thought the Fab Five was bad for college basketball. While Knight was working the ESPN broadcast of the Arkansas- Alabama game he made the following comments about the Fab Five.
“I’m not sure what the Fab Five was,” said Knight. “They never won anything.
“They never won a championship, they didn’t get anywhere, they got beat.”
“Fab indicates, to me, that you’ve won something,” Knight added. “I’ve never been able to understand what ‘Fab’ was. It wasn’t championships, I always knew that.”
To a point I agree with Knight about the championships, but I don’t think they were bad for college basketball. Michigan lost to North Carolina in the 1
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It's not often we can post a missed dunk on here and get away with it, but this one by Indiana’s Victor Oladipo would have easily been the dunk of the year. Check out the distance and power he could have had. Insane.
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For the fifth straight week there is a new No. 1 in The Associated Press' college basketball poll. This time it's Indiana.
The Hoosiers, the preseason No. 1 who held the top spot for the first five weeks of the regular season, moved up two spots Monday, following their weekend win over No. 1 Michigan and No. 2 Kansas' loss to Oklahoma State.
Duke started the current...
Yeah he didn’t make the dunk but Indiana’s Victor Oladipo may have had the most amazing miss I’ve ever seen. With about 7:50 left in the second half against Michigan, Oladipo was fed a lob that went behind which all but made the highlight as the junior almost put down what would have been the [...]
Yesterday, the #3-ranked Indiana Hoosiers knocked off the #1-ranked Michigan Wolverines in the world of men's college hoops.
One of the reasons why the Hoosiers were able to claim the victory was the play of junior guard Victor Oladipo who scored 15 points in the victory.
In the second half of play, Victor had a shot to make the highlight reels across the nation with a...
Tom Crean, Victor Oladipo, Cody Zeller and Christian Watford all met with the media in a press conference after Indiana’s 81-73 win over Michigan at Assembly Hall on Saturday night.
Watch their postgame comments in the embedded media player below via our friends at Inside the Hall.
Player videos after the jump.
Indiana beat No. 1 Michigan in a rare game that actually lived up to its high expectations. The Hoosiers should be the nation's top team again but the Wolverines aren't far behind.
Michigan’s guard were caught napping instead of boxing out Cody Zeller on multiple occasions during Satuday’s matchup with then No. 1 Michigan. Zeller collected two offensive rebounds and threw them both right back into the net. Will Indiana be the new No.1 when polls come out Monday?
Cody Zeller, Victor Oladipo and Christian Watford met with the media following Indiana’s 81-73 win over Michigan on Saturday at Assembly Hall.
Watch and listen to their postgame comments in the embedded media player below:
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Cody Zeller scored 19 points and Victor Oladipo had 15, leading No. 3 Indiana to an 81-73 victory over No. 1 Michigan on Saturday night.
A new week has come and gone and it’s time to reshuffle the deck of our Power Rankings for the week of 2/5/13.
1. Indiana (LW #2): Their game against Michigan was highly entertaining on Saturday. It reminded me of watching Big Ten basketball back in the 1980′s, which I still believe is the pinnacle of the sport, but perhaps I am biased. The Hoosiers were hot early, Michigan...