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Indiana’s schedule might suggest otherwise, but there’s still plenty to talk about regarding the No. 1 Hoosiers.
IU Athletics’ Jeremy Gray and Inside The Hall’s Alex Bozich join hosts Matt Dollinger and Greg Rosenstein this week to discuss the latest with the Hoosiers.
Gray gives his insight into IU’s success and the turnaround in Bloomington while Bozich delivers the latest news and rumblings from the recruiting trail.
Among the topics discussed on this week’s show:
· How this team compares to elite squads of years past
· The vibe in Bloomington and students’ reaction to success
· Bob Knight’s recent telecasts and significance of his remarks
· Is Butler the biggest in-state rival to IU? Or still Purdue?
· The NBA potential of Jordan Hulls, Cody Zeller and others
· Recruits Indiana is pursuing and the team’s overall strategy
So tune in and enjoy. As always, feel free to drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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