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Chris Engel

How he should be remembered

Thanks, Rick Greenspan.

I know many Hoosier fans count down the days until the current director of athletics is relieved of his duties by Indianapolis attorney Fred Glass in January due to the turbulent events of the Greenspan era. I, too, am looking forward to Greenspan’s departure, but he should be thanked for the improvements he made to IU athletics.

OPINION: Greenspan navigates Hoosiers from further problems

Rick Greenspan saved his best performance for last.

With just little over a month left in his tenure as IU Director of Athletics, Greenspan led the effort to prevent the men’s basketball program from additional significant penalties by the NCAA Committee on Infractions stemming from rules violations by former men’s coach Kelvin Sampson and his staff.

In ‘gap year,’ columnist finds joy in substitute teaching

Since enrolling at IU, I had my sights set on being accepted to the IU School of Law after graduation.I did everything possible to ensure I would get into the school, but after a summer of waiting (and kicking myself for applying in February), I found out in August I would not be accepted. Now I was charged with finding employment in one of the toughest job markets in recent years. The solution: Become a substitute teacher.

Soccer teams get crucial victories during weekend

It’s about time.

The men’s and women’s soccer teams turned in some of the best performances of the season last weekend, but it remains to be seen whether the teams can use these results to turn their campaigns around.

IU women’s coach Mick Lyon and the Hoosiers face a near-impossible road to repeat last season’s round of 16 appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Heading into the weekend, IU was 0-6 in conference play with games against in-state rival Purdue and No. 25 Illinois.

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