Matt Dollinger


sports  •  Nov 6, 2009 12:13 am

Everyone loses in Knight’s absence

This was the chance to make everything right. Instead, Texas Tech’s former coach – a title he likely prefers – declined IU’s olive branch last week, choosing to skip his own IU Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame induction in fear of causing a media commotion and stealing the spotlight from this year’s other inductees.


sports  •  men's basketball  •  Mar 6, 2009 12:02 am

Tougher than advertised

When he took over last April, Tom Crean knew “a very challenging situation” lay ahead. But no amount of preparation could have readied him for a season like this.


sports  •  men's basketball  •  Mar 4, 2009 12:52 am

Taber delivers final farewell

Taber stood on Branch McCracken Court for the last time as an IU player. He grew up in Evansville worshipping the Hoosiers, committing to the school as a walk-on after its Final Four run in 2002. He wanted to win championships. Instead, he witnessed a different kind of history.


sports  •  men's basketball  •  Feb 27, 2009 12:35 am

IU to face Penn State on Saturday

IU men’s basketball coach Tom Crean never set a timetable on how long it would take to rebuild the Hoosiers. The quest to return IU basketball to glory is proving to be a challenging one.


IU’s compliance department discovered the secondary recruiting violation on Nov. 21 and self-reported the instance to the NCAA and Big Ten on Dec. 10. The coaching staff’s “mistake” was revealed during a routine check of compliance office’s phone call monitoring system.


sports  •  Feb 16, 2009 12:22 am

Hoosiers make history with 18th loss

On Sunday, in front of a striped-out, sold-out Assembly Hall crowd, the Hoosiers' 65-52 loss to No. 22 Illinois marked the the team's 18th loss of the year, the most in IU history


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