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Members from IU and Purdue's football programs pose Nov. 21, 1925, with the Old Oaken Bucket trophy. The dedication of the brand new Tenth Street Stadium took place at 1 p.m. that day, and IU tied Purdue 0-0 in the football game.

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The IU football team celebrates after winning the Old Oaken Bucket Nov. 24, 2001, at Memorial Stadium. The Hoosiers won the bucket, the Old Brass Spittoon after defeating Michigan State and defeated the University of Kentucky in 2001.

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Former IU head football coach Lee Corso poses with the Old Oaken Bucket in 1976. Now a beloved personality on ESPN's "College Gameday," Corso coached the Hoosiers from 1973-1982, and he won the bucket four times in his 10-year career with IU.

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Former IU men's basketball assistant coaches Dan Dakich and Scott May talk on the bench Dec. 13, 1986, during a game against East Carolina University at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.Correction: a previous version of this caption incorrectly identified an assistant coach. The IDS regrets the error.

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Bob Knight walks on the court Jan. 12, 1985, during a game against Wisconsin at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. IU finished the season with a three-point loss to the University of California, Los Angeles in the NIT Championship game.

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Bob Knight coaches inside the huddle Dec. 13, 1985, during a game against Louisiana Tech University at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. The Hoosiers would go on to end the season as a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament, where they lost in the first round to No. 14 seed Cleveland State University.

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