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Owens to transfer next year

Freshman guard Andre Owens announced Friday that he will not return to the men's basketball team next season. Owens has been granted a release from his scholarship at IU and will transfer to another school after finishing the academic year. Owens said he wants to play for a team with a more up-tempo offense. Owens, a former Perry Meridian High School standout, met with coach Mike Davis Friday to inform him of his decision to transfer.

Fumbling?

CHICAGO -- When World Wrestling Federation Chairman Vince McMahon announced Feb. 3, 2000, that he founded a new football league, curiosity surfaced. And when NBC became a co-owner of that league March 29, 2000, excitement for the inaugural season grew. But since the XFL began play Feb. 3, 2001, media have focused more attention on national ratings and other measures of success than the teams and players within the league.

Enforcers win in XFL

CHICAGO -- The Chicago Enforcers were in a fight for their XFL playoff lives in the final regular season game Sunday night against the Orlando Rage. They won the fight.

A tough road ahead

CHICAGO - The Indiana men\'s basketball team surpassed expectations and surprised many at last weekend\'s Big Ten Tournament. The Hoosiers showed poise, heart and desire in fighting to a second place finish behind Iowa. They proved to the country that IU can play ball with the best. And now the Hoosiers have a chance to prove it all over again.

Road problems cured, for now

Well, we finally won a Big Ten road game. It's about time. Before Wednesday night's 70-67 victory at Ohio State, the Hoosiers had gone almost a year without a conference victory away from Assembly Hall.

The road to madness

In two months, the real season will begin. It's been called "March Madness," tourney time, but no matter what it's called, it's where every college basketball team wants to be.

Time for change has passed

With road games against Minnesota, Iowa and Ohio State and a highly anticipated visit from Purdue to Assembly Hall, IU needed and captured a breakout win against Penn State. But can IU carry the momentum into those next contests?

Talented group underachieving in new system

The Mike Davis era is in its interim phase, but obvious strategic blemishes have tainted what was once thought to be a promising young team. A lack of toughness and effort by the players has made the team vulnerable to increased scrutiny and losing.

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