Found April 16, 2013 on Gamedayr:
PLAYERS: Cody Zeller
TEAMS: Indiana Hoosiers
This big Hoosiers fan in a very little body is heartbroken over the fact that Cody Zeller won't be playing for Indiana anymore.
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