Posted August 22, 2013 on indiana.scout.com
In this exclusive interview with AllHoosiers.com publisher Terry Hutchens, IU coach Tom Crean talks about the incoming freshman class, the development of Hanner Mosquera-Perea, his feelings on potentially adding a rivalry game to the IU schedule and a few other thoughts. This is an example of the premium content you can get by subscribing to AllHoosiers.com.
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