There's been a dramatic change in fortunes and postseason hopes for the IU men's basketball team.
The Hoosiers have won their last two games, both at home inside Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, and both against teams ranked in the top 20 of the Associated Press poll.
As such, IU is right back in the thick of the discussion to be included as an at-large team in the 68-team NCAA Tournament field.
Indiana Daily Student men's basketball reporter Cameron Drummond, women's basketball reporter Stefan Krajisnik as well as Indiana University Student Television men's basketball and IDS baseball reporter Jared Rigdon try to make sense of IU's recent performances and discuss what IU has to do the rest of the season to reach the NCAA Tournament.
1:45 - How did IU manage to beat Michigan State for a second time this season?
5:45 - The surprise performances of Devonte Green and Justin Smith
10:45 - A shift in IU’s offensive identity
14:00 - The nonscoring contributions of Juwan Morgan
17:20 - Was it right for IU fans to storm the court following the Michigan State win?
23:30 - A look ahead to Illinois and Rutgers
32:45 - Previewing the Big Ten Tournament for IU
36:00 - A regular season recap for the IU women's basketball team
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