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Fresh update on "hoosiers" discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"That's gonna hit your feet on Monday. But I'm going to record that mailbag episode later on Sunday Night. So if temple does beat Houston for a second time, and if anything else relevant happens later on Sunday, I will address that on the bonus mailbag episode that you're gonna get GP's just he's away this weekend. Taking care of some matters. So KB, how you doing, man? Great to have you back. Great to be here. Shout out to GP. Awesome Saturday in college hoops. Very excited to break down the slate. Saturday was a long day. I know you were in studio all day. I did not leave that building until one 31 in the morning. Yeah, full disclosure, we were trying to tape on Saturday and I'm very glad that we did not because I crashed pretty much as soon as you texted me go to bed. It was a long day. Full slate of games from 11 o'clock my time to Gonzaga, saint Mary's, which finished at ugh. It was late. It was late, but it was a great day of college hoops, lots of upsets, lots of buzzer beaters. A lot of action. So yeah, we have a lot to discuss for sure. Yeah. And you know what? It was a top heavy Saturday. Like a lot of good rank games, but really as I was looking over the rundown for the show now as I was basically talking about this stuff on headquarters throughout the afternoon and evening, there were like, you know, they're like 12 to 13 games is like real interest. There are some Saturdays where I can look at a look at us late and find something there's an angle that I'm intrigued in with like 20 to 22 games. There wasn't that, but there was obviously plenty at the top here and we're going to talk through a ton of them. We were going to try and get you. We're going to try and surprise you maybe capitalize off the momentum of that Saturday night stuff, but Gonzaga saint Mary's was just so wild. And we will get to we will get to that in just a second here. We got to start all right off the top, Indiana 79 produced 74. The hoosiers getting a huge win and doing so, I think in a way that is important for their big picture because trace Jackson Davis is tremendous. 25 points, 7 boards, 5 blocks, and they were man blocks. They were, he was tremendous. But to me, it's more like Jalen hood Chino and what he did and he had two of the big buckets down the stretch there. He finished with 16 and four and a pair of steels. He actually had an awkward weird fall on a breakaway that in the moment it was right as they were going to. I think the under 8 TV timeout. And brayden Smith was closing in. You couldn't even tell if he actually made contact. There was no foul call and you're like, oh, no, please no. And he came back in. He didn't miss a beat. He didn't miss a second. He hit a bucket coming out of the coming out of the TV timeout off the elbow there. So he played well, Indiana was at 1.2 points per possession. Your biggest takeaway is your thoughts on what we saw go down in Bloomington in a packed house and obviously a humongous rivalry game there. Yeah, Indiana's legit. And I think coming into this weekend, I think people were maybe off of them because they lose to Maryland and everyone's like, ah, well, maybe we got ahead of ourselves and crowning Indiana is like the second most potent Big Ten team. I still am in on that. I think produce in a class of its own, obviously they just lost on the road to Indiana. But Indiana, to me, is the team in the Big Ten that I think has the most realistic chance of making a real run this march because outside of Purdue, obviously, because they have two stars. Trace Jackson Davis has been for the last month, I think probably the second most productive and best player in college basketball, not named Zach Edie. And then jaylen who was fantastic in this game had 16 points and basically after the game was listening to trace Jackson Davis talk about kind of how the game went and how they were able to close out and kind of hold off a late Purdue run and Jax Davis was basically like I had the first half and Ho Chino had the second half and it's like chicano was able to close the game out for them had some huge buckets down the stretch. And you're right. There was a stretch there where it's like, oh man, Ho Chi fino out is he going to miss the rest of this game? Is he going to miss time? And then just no, he's fine. He's tough. He comes back in and this huge for Indiana down the stretch. His emergence, the last couple weeks combined with Jackson Davis, just taking things to a new level, like this and Indiana team is very, very fun to watch and I think we're seeing kind of the ceiling of this team as MJ might put it. Like the ceiling is the roof for the seizures team. They're really, really good. And obviously beating a number one Purdue team, this is a very dangerous team. And I think is only getting better as we get closer to march. I think I'd buy that. Indiana is going to take a few more stumbles, no doubt about it. If you are watching on YouTube again, hello, thank you. And I see some good questions in chat in there and we'll see if we can even mix in some of that. We'll also try and be breezy here. There's a lot of games to get to, so I'm going to try and kind of move this along and not stay too long on one single game here. But on that box score that not I just had up a few things jumped out to me. Indiana had 11 steals. Indiana was able to keep up in the paint overall paint points, Purdue had 44 IU had 40. A lot of teams are not going to have the presence down low like a TJ D, you know? And Edie had 33. You know what? I'm foster, I'm excuse me, Fletcher lawyer went for 12. Brayden Smith didn't have a good game. He only had four points, one of 8. He actually had a turnover late I mean, Purdue got it down to one. Indiana dropped 50 in the first half and then Purdue actually composed itself well. And it got to a point where I was thinking, yeah, Purdue could easily win this game. There was a moment that was shared widely on Twitter afterward, where brayden Smith was basically asked about his turnover, which helped Indiana clinch the game. And I want to show that video for you right now. Obviously, if you're listening on audio, you'll hear the clip as well, not. I bring that up if you could. Well, the playwright before that, so I'll mason the corner. It was wide open, and he was there open again for a split second.
Jackson-Davis, No. 21 Indiana beat Edey, No. 1 Purdue 79-74
"Indiana held off number one Purdue over the final two minutes to hand the boilermakers, their second loss of the season, 79 to 74. Purdue had pulled to within a point late after trailing by 15 at the half, trace Jackson Davis had 25 points for the 21st ranked hoosiers. We played together and we really feed it off the crowd and a lot of the second half didn't go away, but we still fought through and found a way to win. Zach ED led Purdue with 33 points and 18 rebounds, Indiana is now 16 and 7. Tom mccabe Bloomington, Indiana
"hoosiers" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Fluid back up, possible explanation. It's just amazing. We had to end on that now. Forget about them. Forget about the Miami game. Rev and Galloway secured the sack after person to secure a contract because his balls exploded. I would think maybe. I don't know anybody else who's ever done that. I mean, in fairness, I don't know anybody else boot balls have ever exploded. That's a new one on me. That's a new one on me. All right? But to have that happen to you and then get a new contract, he financially benefiting from an explosion of his ball sack. I think that should come with the territory. If anyone goes through that period, windfalls should be headed your way. No one no one deserves to suffer. Yeah, if your balls explode, you automatically get like ten grand. Yeah. Put it in the constitution tomorrow. Yesterday. Somebody should run on that. Somebody should run on that for president. You're voting number the people that are actually afflicted with this will be small. But man, they'll also be big. State of the Union coming out, what if President Biden said? And if I am elected for a second term, I will make sure if you're balls explode, you get $10,000. I got to figure, listen, these presidents, they've got, they've got a healthy, they got a team of writers. We know one of you. You're a pod listener. Sneak it in there. I'm not even saying near the top. I'm talking 22, 23, 24 minutes in the 7th page, toss a line in there. There'll be none the wiser. This is our campaign. This is what we run on. And then they'd have to go ask Ron desantis, whether he's willing to give people $10,000 for exploding balls. And now we just got a whole big now we got to be fun. It'd be fun to follow. I've watched the debate. I tell you that. Go enjoy San Diego. I don't know what I'm going to do. We have a whole free day here in San Diego. I don't know what I'm going to do. Somebody mentioned go to the San Diego zoo. Here's the thing. I don't know that I would enjoy. I know it's great. I don't know if I'd enjoy it. Zoo without my kids? Secondly, my mom constantly talks about the San Diego zo for some reason. She's like, I'd really like to go to the San Diego zoo someday. And I feel like if I go without her, I'm shoving it in a race. I'll tell you what though. It's podcast research. You're perfecting the set list if you do that. Peacocks, owls. Jayhawk. A lot of stuff there. Yeah, I think the San Diego Z I know they have owls. I know they have peacocks. I think they have jayhawks. There's a jet special jayhawk section. In the San Diego zoo, I read about. On my foot. Chance the devil down he shouts to Chester South Carolina shelves to hook shots to Lauren hill. Thank you guys once again for listening to the I on college basketball podcast, even when it goes probably about 25 minutes too long. Please go subscribe anywhere you subscribe if I guys, including Apple podcasts, Spotify, 5 stars nice review. More of us than there are of them. You hear about that new HBO show? No. The last of us? Oh, I've heard about it. I'll get to it. It's about a post apocalyptic planet where only a handful of people are still having premarital sex. That's what it's called the last of us. No. That's why it's called the left of us. It's the last of us. Let's go. Be that subscribe to the YouTube channel. Do that. We're going to talk to you again on Sunday. Till then. Take care.
"hoosiers" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"But I always like it when I see guys give themselves a chance to continue doing the job they want to do. And that is the case, at least in this moment for bread but now Jeff capable Chris Collins in Kevin keats. We'll see how it goes from here. You ready for the final four and one, not an update me on these records. How big is my lead now? Well, I wouldn't say you have a lead, but you've gained ground on norland. That's how you get a lead for the first the first step to getting a lead is gaining ground. Very true. Very true. GP went four and one. What was that? Two and three? Three and two. Okay, I'll take it. Still about 500. Very much. Again, you got a two game lead. Now we just got to see if you keeps the street going. His best run probably ever in terms of the final four on one. That's true. That's true. Not a set I'm gaining ground. That's the way he described the situation. I need to know why you picked this first game as the first game. I'm completely stumped. I'm a ground gainer. All right. Because I think we might have more computer triggers in game one. Game one. I'm obsessed with computer trickers. Game one. Saturday, new eastern. Virginia at Virginia tech inside bimbo Cole's coliseum. I was raised on the metro conference. You can watch it on ESPN2. Kim pump has it Virginia minus one. So this is interesting. Virginia is 9 and two in the league projected to win the league according to Kim pom by multiple games for genotypes three and 8 in the lead. And yet Virginia is only a one point favorite on the road in part because for Gina tech is top 55 at kin palm despite being 13 to 9 overall three and 8 in the ACC. Three 8 the ACC still top 55 at Ken palm. That's a possible computer trick or situation. I mean, the record's not good enough to meet that qualification, I feel like. That's all. Like they're not, I don't know, it seems weird. Hokeys were 1101 now the 1309. This is the last gasp, okay? Right here. At the castle, we bit a rival coming to town. Give me Virginia. What do you want from me? Virginia, all the way. I'm gonna take the hokeys at home. I'm gonna believe I like it. I'm gonna believe in the hokeys at home. Bimbo cold coliseum is a tough place to go into. So put me down for a Virginia tech. Game two, Saturday new eastern. Kansas at Iowa state inside Carol hoiberg coliseum. You can watch it on ESPN. Kim hock kimbap has an Iowa state minus one. There's some technic work in real time here. Okay, so this is not. I got to people, what's the preferred nomenclature? The grammar IG. I feel like it's both. What's your goal? You gotta do it for the gram. Let's get a picture for the gram. I've been around and I'm not younger. I've been around enough of young people to know you gotta do stuff for the gram. The unverified Kansas. On the gram found me. You gotta, you gotta put on some drip and do it for the gram. Okay. Let me know how that goes. I don't even gotta I never check my DMs on the ground, but I did like two days ago. Things were in there that were like two months old. So there are actually there are podcast listeners that message apologize for not getting back to you, but I just never, I never think I go on the, I go on the gram. I go on it like once a week. So here's what was in my inbox from early January. Please get GP to do an impersonation of a jayhawk. And I said, I'm just seeing this. I'm scared to even ask. I don't blame you if it happens. We'll play it before every home game. And then I was like, is this actually the Kansas account? But it's not. But it's got a decent amount of followers, and all it does is post KU stuff. And I think it's got like a phony verification next to it. They said it would be legendary. So are you willing to try a jayhawk impression. Now, or do you want to one of the things I have to have standards? You know, I don't know if you ever watched that the Chappelle special that he just put on YouTube right after.
Jim Banks Makes Bid for Senate
"Up after you, is Jim banks who declared he is running for Senate today to replace the retiring Mike Braun. There may be other Republican. I'm just curious what your advice is to anyone getting into a Senate race for the first time, especially since you went from the House to the Senate like Jim banks is going to try and do. Well, I'm very pleased that Jim is running for Senate. I've endorsed him already. I've been urging him to run for this race. It's into that learn that my friend and colleague Mike Braun be running for governor. I think Jim needs to take statewide in Indiana what he's done for northeast Indiana, which is standing up for a strong national defense and the men and women in law enforcement for cultural sanity and for fiscal soundness. That's what hoosiers elected him to do. 8 years ago when I first met him in Indiana and that's what I think they're going to do. This election as well and I'm confident that he's going to run a great campaign, have a big victory and be a great addition to the United States Senate. I like you. He is supported by a wonderful spouse like UBS small children. So like you, you know, it's a pain in the neck to campaign and also be a good dad and husband. But you get it done. You get it done, but it really takes a lot of small donors early. I was wondering if you were going to volunteer that. Now I'm going to go back to it. Banks forced Senate FOR banks for Senate dot com.
Strong 2nd half sends Hoosiers past No. 18 Wisconsin 63-45
"Indiana went on in 18 to two run to open the second half in cruise to a 63 45 win over number 18 Wisconsin. The hoosiers held the badgers to 32% shooting and got 18 points from trace Jackson Davis. We play Wisconsin as the team Ivan beat since I've been here. And obviously they're a little shorthanded, but we're sure handed to. And so it was a dogfight and we knew it was going to happen on the defensive end and that's what we preached all week. Wisconsin, which has lost three straight, was led by Connor assigned with 14 points. Indiana snaps a three game losing streak. Tom McKay Bloomington, Indiana
No. 14 Indiana sinks 11 3-pointers to blow out Nebraska
"Number 14 Indiana drained 11 three pointers in an 81 65 win against Nebraska. Trey Galloway scored a career high 20 points with four three pointers. Trying to focus on him the game like shots and just being ready to shoot it and knock it down like a lot to me. Tomorrow Bates hit 5 trays and scoring 19 points off the bench. Miller cop had 13 points and all American center trace Jackson Davis added 12 as the hoosiers rebounded from their first loss of the season. CJ wilcher had a team high 22 points for Nebraska, which shot just 6 of 23 from beyond the arc. I'm Dave ferry.
Jackson-Davis leads No. 10 Indiana past No. 18 UNC, 77-65
"Number ten Indiana improves to 7 and zero with a 77 65 win against 18th ranked North Carolina. The hoosiers held the tar heels to 33% shooting and got 21 points from trace Jackson Davis, who called it a huge win for IU. You got to beat the best to be the best is what coach Woodson always says and he was not afraid of competition and that's why we put teams like North Carolina, Kansas, Arizona, on our schedule. It losing their third straight game, 5 and three North Carolina never seriously challenged in the second half. Tom mccabe Bloomington, Indiana
"hoosiers" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"You know, and of course I'm going to start with my kids. My son is involved in filmmaking and all that. So he might be the logical one to do with. He'll be more creative than I am about what to do with it. But I'll also talk to my daughter and say, this is just probably going to go to a museum unless there's anything you want. And they'll be better caretakers. I'm sure that I have. But I have given a lot of it in good places. I live 15 minutes from the Hall of Fame, you know, the NBA Hall of Fame. And I can't believe that more of that stuff. Whether from you or whoever is in there or from other classic basketball. I know it's the NBA, but this is part of basketball as the Boston Celtics. I'm sorry. Going days was a great film. Yeah. Yes. You know, so, you know, there's people smarter than me that know what they want, what they don't want, but I hadn't really thought about that. That would be such an honor and a privilege to have something there. I know if they were a calming or contact me, I would have some things that they might want. They might not. I know they've got lots of things there. But that's an idea and thought about that. Yeah, yeah, I mean, seriously, everybody goes, I mean, how many people that go to the jalapeno love hoosiers probably a good 90%, a 100%. Last question, when you were done filming this ever at all, did you ever consider pursuing acting even a little bit? Not really. I mean, not seriously. Mind you, I was the oldest player. I just graduated college. I was getting ready to start my job with Johnston's. I was getting married in December, which I'm still with my wife that I married that time. We're still together all these years later, 37 years. And I think if I would have been 17, 18, like wade Ollie, you know, I might have thought, you know, I'm young. And might have gone out to Hollywood and probably fallen flat on my face. You know, realistically speaking. But because I was a little older, maybe a little more mature. You know, whatever you want to look at it, I may be realized the odds on doing that. And I was no actor. You know, I got a lucky break. Because I had played college basketball and had some level of skill. You know, they didn't want it, the basketball would be somewhat authentic. You know, I think of teen wolf with Michael J. Fox. And I love Michael J. Fox. It's a good movie. But if you watch that, those players are awful, terrible. I don't think they've ever played basketball in their life. They would show clips of them shooting a horrible shot, and then they'd show the ram and the ball go in. Hoosiers was not like that. We actually made all of our own shots. And so they might have taken the chance though on the acting part, and that's where I gave all the credit to David Angelo, they didn't give us too many lines to mess it up. Yeah, yeah. It's an all timer. It's funny. You said too, because there's a movie Tony Danza and angels in the outfield. Yes. He can't throw words a lick. I mean, it's all over the place. And that's the thing. Most people in this thing, you've got to be careful. I don't want to rain on anybody's parade or diss anybody here, but you've got to carve the population that loves sports that will watch it, understand it. Kind of see through that. And then you've got some folks, and that's fine.
"hoosiers" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"I'm transparent about everything I say. The first time I saw it was that the premier, and I have to tell you, I didn't walk away, it's a word I want here. I wasn't blown away. And I figured out why. So let me get to the second part of that. The second time I saw it, I loved it. It suck in. Here's what I found out. And gene had warned us about this. He told us, and this is hard for me to believe, too, but he told us when we were filming, he doesn't watch any of these movies. Never watch these Popeye Doyle portrayal. He didn't watch him ever. And we said, well, you know, we're 18, 19, 20. What? You don't watch, and he said, yeah, I don't want to see my double chin, my receding hairline. And so, you know, you're 18, 19, 20. You think, you know, he's lost his marbles. What crazy? Why wouldn't he watch Lex Luthor? What I would tell you when the first time I saw hoosiers, you're very self conscious. I was, anyway. And I saw little things that I thought maybe I could have played that differently. And Derek, it's like I didn't allow myself to enjoy it. You know what I mean? Right. I was drilling two deep. I was too focused on don't mess up. Don't mess up. Rather than just enjoying the film. And so what's my point? I hate to be the guy that tells you, no, my first time I saw it, it wasn't like my favorite movie and I was going crazy. The second time I told myself and I had a couple people that shared the way I felt and said they had told them you just need to relax and enjoy it and quit being self conscious about something. Not everybody's looking at every little mistake. Isn't that crazy?
"hoosiers" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"And I gotta tell you, Gene Hackman is amazing. I mean, his performance. It's truly in rarefied air. I have to ask you, so when David was on the podcast, he had a, I think a different take than what you have on gene. And I'm paraphrasing. He thought Jean was a phenomenal actor, but once it was cut, maybe not so nice. And I'm cleaning that up a lot. I mean, it's in the interview there. But what's your experience with gene? Was it the same thing? Was it different? Did you see the things the same way, David saw it? Yeah, no, I know what David means by that. And I'm not going to disagree with what here's my assessment of that. And the older I get, the more I understand it. But I think gene and his position, let's start with the fact that they really had to coax him into doing the film. It was kind of a hard sell. I don't know if you know this, but they want to Jack Nicholson. David was friends with Jack. He was filming the two jakes. I heard him. And I heard Burt Reynolds to him like that's a whole other story. Yeah, and that would have been a completely different kind of movie, but anyway, when they pick gene, gene was very nice to us off camera. He was a little bit shy. Believe it or not, I found out with kind of the big hitters, whether it was gene or sheb wooley Dennis Hopper, Barbara Hershey, it's almost like acting as their outlet when they let themselves go. They're a little bit withdrawn to 7° offset. Probably what David means by that, gene had some creative differences. And if gene were sitting right here with me, I'd say it right in front of your face. He knows there were some creative differences in how the film was being directed and shot. At one point, what I remember is that he thought there should have been more about dialog with him and Dennis and Barbara and less basketball action and David ans boll stood up for himself and never forget it and respectfully disagreed with
"hoosiers" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"One of my first guests, I'm so thankful as Angela pizza when he came on, what a good man. Like you and David, just I'm really appreciative of that. You brought up one thing early on. Dennis Hopper, I was watching an interview who plays for those listening shooter. You know, he was, he was adamant about one thing, Brad. I don't know if you've heard this story. He said he can not be at the final game because that's not how alcoholism works. He's not going to just say, okay, it was important to Dennis Hopper that he be in the hospital because of the disease because of what it can do to you. I don't know if you've heard that before, but do you agree with what he said? I think he's dead on with his point. Well, let me tell you about Dennis since you since you brought it up. Here's a guy and I remember when we met Dennis, you know, we all knew about easy rider. That's the first thing you think about. He was an Apocalypse Now. He actually grew up a little bit with James Dean. He was in rebel without a cause and giant with James Dean. So it was like getting to walk and talk with James Dean. We learned a lot about James and Indiana boy. You know, but the thing I always admire about Dennis was he told the press. He was very transparent. He said, you know, this is a role that I have practiced for my whole life. You know, he was into the drug scene. He was in. He was alcoholic and all those things. He didn't shy away from it, but the thing I learned about that, I'll tell you, he went so far. He told me this, Derek, he said, Brad, basically I don't remember the 70s. He said, I remember a little bit filming Apocalypse Now at the end of that decade. So that all sounds bad. The good news is he turned his life around. He actually canceled young young men about drugs and all that. And so there's another example of a true life real to life second chance. And so that role that he played, he would tell the press, I know this guy. I know this man. And that I always admire that about Dennis. You know, I think that, and in the movie, ironically, here you had an alcoholic who got a second chance. I think I can't speak for Dennis. We lost him some years ago, but I think if he were here, he would say, I like the fact that that was in the movie too, because I can help people through that. And so there's a lot of teaching things in that. And on a lighter note on Dennis, I got to tell you this one before I forget it since you brought him up. I didn't know a lot about none of us guys really knew much about acting. You know, we were all hoosiers from Indiana. I played Jacob Marley and Scrooge in the 5th grade. That was my acting resume. But I always tell people, most sports movies, they look for actors and hope they can play basketball. This one, they look for basketball players and hope they could act. They took a chance on us and they didn't give us too many lines, but I always just remember David Anne's fall telling us the art of acting is not acting. You know, just be yourself with a little bit more energy. And so, but back on Dennis, I got to tell you this story on the acting part of it. We didn't know much about method acting, really what that meant. But here's a perfect example of method acting. And we saw it happening.
"hoosiers" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Yeah, and that I think that is a testament to those guys and their script. I've said for years and this is part of my speakers table, if you will, part of my presentation is I say that hoosiers is certainly a movie about basketball. There's no doubt about that. But to me, it's a movie about redemption. Second chances. And that is a formula for life. Any time you an underdog or achieves and does well, that makes people feel good about themselves because it makes them feel like they can overcome something. And that will never go away. And yes, it's about basketball, but you see the coach getting a second chance, buddy getting a second chance. The town drunk, getting a second chance. And that's what life is about. Second chances. And so it certainly is a basketball movie, but then you sprinkle on top of all that, Derek, the fact that that event actually happened. And then you got something. It's based on a true story. And you mentioned a couple of things there when you were talking about movies and different movies, but also I think that any time you have a formula, it's one thing if it's a good story, is storytelling is what movie is all about movie making is all about. But anytime I think you sprinkle on the fact that this event actually happened, are you start the movie with based on true events or based on true story? I don't know about you, but it kind of piques my interest a little bit more. Is a general rule. When that is at the beginning, when you know that is not something so far fetched and just beyond the realm of credibility, it's even more interesting to me. Yeah, I agree. Did you like being on Dan Patrick's show? Because he said, so let me tell you about that. You mentioned a couple of guys that really like Tunisia's rich and Dan.
"hoosiers" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"How do you like that? Do you still do it? Is that difficult to talk about that your experience in that? Yeah, long story short, my father in law got me my first gig right after who's yours came out. He asked me what I would think about coming to speak to his rotary group in the hometown. Wow. And I didn't think much about it. You know, I wasn't afraid to get up in front of people and speak because it's what I do with my job. I'm worked for Justin's. I'm up in front of kids all the time. You know, making sales pitches and so forth. So that part of it didn't bother me. It was just, you know, would they be interested in what I had to say. And so I came at it from, you know, if I'm in their shoes, what might be interesting. And it might simply just be, you know, the background of the making of the movie hoosiers. What are the little tidbits that the average person might not know about? Like, you know, we use glycerin water for sweat. Whenever we weren't actually sweating, we did a lot of running on set. That's a special effect that they use. We used rock candy for the breaking glass. That's what they use in films. And then they give it a sound effect. They look like it's actual glass breaking. Things like that. Background type things. And then I'm a man of faith. I don't make any bones about that. I speak to a lot of church groups, groups and youth groups about my faith that that led to then a couple other engagements and then over time, you know, I've had probably north of 300 speaking engagements to different types of groups. And I do different types of talks. I'm smart enough to realize what gets me on the stage is they want to hear about the movie and that. And so I always kind of segue that.
"hoosiers" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"I wanted to open the interview. You're a big basketball fan, I believe. Am I right on that? Yeah. So I've been dying to ask you this, Brad, I was waiting forever to ask you this. You know, JJ Riddick, I think a couple months ago, maybe a month ago, played down the competition of bob koozie played against, you know, we called him, I think, fireman and plumbers, right? Like they were like this generation of, I don't want to say hacks, but you know, he's calling guys like Bill Russell basically will Chamberlain all these iconic players. And I think Gilbert arenas kind of say that said the same thing. Basically playing up this generation and the passion. So the best way I can explain it to those who are listening for when I put this out is people have podcasts. And I know there's movie podcasts out there where they couldn't name three Redford movies. They couldn't name the director of The Godfather. So it's like they have no business having a podcast, but that's not my decision. Not that I'm great, but at least I do my homework. I know what I'm talking about. I feel like JJ Redick and guys like that when they crap on for lack of a better word, koozie or any of these iconic players. I mean, it's almost ignorance on full display, Brad, what's your take on that? Yeah, I would agree with you. And I know I know who JJ Reddick is and I had the utmost respect for him and his analysis and his game, but I think he misspoke there. My take has always been because even with the hoosiers thing, you know, people say, you know, we're doing that time period. We would kill that team. You know, that's what you hear a lot. And I fall down on the side that everything's relative. You know, for that time period, that was the cream of the crop. And as time goes on, I think with developments in technology, weights, things like that. I think it's pretty safe to say, athletes, the average height of man keeps going up. So my point is, I think that as we go on in time, athletes get bigger, quicker, stronger that type of thing, but to me, it's all relative to that time period. So during that time period, bob koozie, and I hate it when I hear people, you know, and how come you bad mount Bill Russell? I mean, probably the greatest of all time. If you consider his whole body of work.
"hoosiers" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"That's all coming up. This Sunday on CBS. All right, dead leg. I got Indiana, ranked 17th, top 25, and one, I got them picked to finish first in the Big Ten. How you feeling about Mike Woodson's team? Putting that much pressure on Woods in year two, huh? Expectations have knife. It's time. It's time. It's time. We waited long enough for another big ten title. It's time. No, I think I'm not putting any pressure on him. I'm acknowledging that he's got an high level roster that's I think going to create the best basketball team in the Big Ten? As I'm looking at the top 25 and one earlier today, I wonder if I should even have them higher. I like the roster a lot. You have the best player in the league, right? Trace Jackson Davis. And maybe the best freshman in the league. Jalen hooch, fino. I know he's not ranked as high as some other guys. He's only only like, he's a 5 star guy. But he's only 23rd in the class of 2021. I'm just a huge fan. Like I saw him on the grassroots circuit. He played with team Vlad, which is based in my hometown. And I went out to a practice and saw him and met with him, talked with. It seemed like a really sharp young man. And then at the UBA, he was really good. And then he popped positive for COVID and had to shut it down. But I think he's great. I think he's going to be really, really good. I like this team. I really like fino. He can be the best freshman potentially in the Big Ten there. Last season was a little bit of a shaky road to get a bed, remember. There was doubt heading into selection Sunday, but from my objective standpoint, I think Woodson got the job done in year one. IU beat Wyoming and Dayton and then yeah, it got routed by saint Mary's in the first round. But I would think you'd have to say it was satisfactory for his first season. Getting the 21 games making the tournament. First time since 2016, arty Miller would have gotten Indiana comfortably in was or at least with room to spare, had we had a 2020 dance, but we didn't. What was interesting to me and looking at IU heading into this season comparing what it did last year and then kind of in the final Miller years if you look at the statistical performance and trends from the final couple of seasons under Archie, the players kind of ran the race more than Woodson and the coaching staff changed their situation last season. The turnover rate was identical 17.2% last season and in Miller's final season. Three point defense assist percentage defense assist percentage on offense, three point accuracy, offensive rebound. They were near identical. In back to back years, last year's team from a tempo perspective was as fast as IU was on average in its four seasons under Miller there. So last year was an improvement, but an actual statistical categories, there was a lot of familiarity which makes a certain amount of sense, considering a lot of the players that were there. Also played under Archie. For trace, he's my dark horse picked to win national player of the year. He will not be the preseason national player of the year. I think he'll probably be preseason first team all American. I would argue he should be. At the absolute worst he'll be, I would think the top pick on a second team preseason all American list. But I think that he has the potential. And if Woodson, you know, values him the right way and builds it around him. Yeah, Xavier Johnson race Thompson are back, Miller cop, who was, you know, a little head and mess. There'll be a productive and why you've got him top 20. But TJ D, I think, has the goods to be there from a production standpoint. If Indiana can win the Big Ten, then yeah, you tell me how you win is the Big Ten. You win the Big Ten, you're going to be in the conversation at worst to be a two seed, right? If you win the Big Ten, and then yeah, if trace action Davis is the best player. He could be national player there. So he would be my dark horse pick. But hoch fino is a dynamic combo point guard. Malik Renaud is another fellow freshman. He's like 6 8. He will be Jackson Davis backup. We'll see what he can do, Caleb banks is another name to know. And then last guy on the roster for me that I want to see make a jump is tomorrow Bates who was not the score Indiana fans were hoping to see last season. He was kind of rough. Actually a kind of a wild story. He's a dad. He became a father two days after Indiana lost the insult by tournament. I guess he flew back to Portland the day after IU lost and then had a baby girl, had Indiana one. I don't know if he would have flown anyway. He would have been playing literally the day that he became a dad, kind of wild, but new perspective on his life. And he's a guy who is a little bit further down the depth chart, but if Indiana is going to be what we're positing a can or should be, I think tomorrow Bates has got to make a pretty big jump and then IU was 95th and offensive efficiency last season at Ken palm. 24th in defense, I would expect this team to be another I basically think team should be a top 20 defensive unit. That offensive rankings got to go from 95 to, I mean, at least top 50. If it's going to be the best team in the Big Ten, we'll wait and see. What are your extended thoughts on what Woodson has here in year two on the roster in your overall expectations beyond where you've got them slotted in the conference? Well, that is among the reasons I think I should maybe have them a little higher than where I have them. Is because if I think they're going to finish first in the Big Ten, they are probably going to be better than 17th in the country, right? So this is a thing that I should probably
"hoosiers" Discussed on WTOP
"Risk. The booze enchants from hundreds of hoosiers in the hallway could be heard inside the Indiana Senate chamber as lawmakers debated the proposed abortion ban. Roll call shows 26 eyes, 20 nays. The bill has passed. The bill barely passed after several hours of debate, all Democrats voted no, along with ten Republicans. Our First Amendment clearly said we should not advance any faith or oppress any faith. We are considering dictating medical decisions with blinders on. That is reporter Christian esco in Indianapolis. 1235, Ukraine's president has told remaining residents of the country's Donetsk region to evacuate in what's called a government decision. President Vladimir zelensky told Ukrainians that full support and assistance, both logistical and payments being made to help people get out of the eastern part of the country. CNN reports the Ukrainian president emphasized their hundreds of thousands of people, tens of thousands of children, remaining in the Donbass area at the moment. Meanwhile, Ukraine is calling on the United Nations and the international committee of the Red Cross to investigate the deaths of dozens of prisoners of war held by Russian backed separatists. Pictures from a prison show charred bodies in bunk beds. You Russia says Ukraine hit the camp with American supplied missiles, CBS Holly Williams, says children are often the victims of war. In Ukraine's second city hierarchy, officials say a Russian missile targeted this park, a place where
Indiana Permitless Carry Law Saved Lives
"Four months ago Indiana governor Eric holcomb signed a bill to allow carrying a handgun in public without a permit. Mister holcomb said the legislation which took effect July 1st, entrusts hoosiers, who can lawfully carry a handgun to responsibly do so within our state. One of those hoosiers appears to have been mister dicken. We could not find that he had a permit, mister eisen said. The police chief. He was carrying legally under the constitutional carry law. The law went into effect July 1st, enabling him to carry without a permit. And he saved may be dozens of lives.
"hoosiers" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Where the emotion is still present, but the tears are really not. And that's more powerful. And the person who complimented me about that because she was in the Philippines with John Phillip and making a movie of the week when I was making platoon. And she, and then I made bolder with her. That's when she told me. And I said, you know my friend John philbin and she said, oh yeah. And then we talked and I said, I was the kid from hoosiers, the hospital scene. And she said, oh yeah, you were really good. You were really subtle. And that's what I was going for. But credit to David and the editors for using the right take where it wasn't hitting you over the head, going, I want you to feel sad. It was written in a moment of that connection make you feel however you were going to feel. And I think it's more appropriate for forever because Everett's a strong guy. He's hurting but he'll never go so far over the top where you see him bawling. But you're right. The temptation had to be there for David. Definitely. And remember, at that point, even though it's in the middle of the movie, this is really my first big meaty people aren't counting on me to deliver the goods, right? Yeah. There was a reason why I got that scene. Like I was the only so called actor, you know, but I hadn't done anything, but I was still had two, three years of acting classes that the other boys didn't give in characters. So that wasn't completely foreign to me. I was going to have some technique to rely on to act in that scene. Whereas they really wouldn't, right? Like with wade, who was my roommate, like Wayne is a natural ham, right? Like he's out there. He's a performer. And the first time he acted, he shrunk. He got nervous. Until later on in the film, that just kind of that stuff just goes away. I've been doing it. You wake up, you dude, your breath is bad in the morning. It's just your life. And you don't just, you just don't get nervous at a certain point. And so like when we did the underhanded free throws. Yeah. He's the center of attention. This is his moment. He excelled. He wasn't afraid or nervous at all. And he had grown in. And all the guys did. By the end of that movie, all those guys were much better actors than at the beginning. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah. And you were like, I was in my next question was that you were the only actor of the bunch, right? But yeah, it's kind of a stretch to even call me an actor at that point. I hadn't done the job. That was my first job. I didn't know anything about film acting. And so I was in the same boat. I was a new, you know, I had a little acting class experience. A very close second, and I'm sure you've heard these a thousand times, but a very close second wonderful moment is when shooter gets his chance to coach and basically basically spur it on, you know, hate dad. It's just such a freaking sweet moment. Another sweet moment. I wish I had a better word, but maybe I don't have the vocabulary, but ever it's just a sweet, wonderful human being. He is a good kid. He would defend everyone on the team. If you're on his team, he would defend you. David, I was trying to break this down today. I feel like who's yours is three stories, right? It's Jimmy's story. It's Everett and shooter story. And it's Norman Dale story. That's a good way of breaking that down. Yeah, I think so. I think that's exactly right. And they're woven together in an interesting and entertaining way. And I love the way the storyline that suffered and let me ask you this, I wasn't paying the closest attention, so I don't really know, but buddy gets kicked off the team. And then he brings his brother. And the next thing we know, they're back on the team, but we don't know how they got back on the team or why they got back on the team. And the reason why we don't know is because he had a scene in a barn where he asked to come back and they ended up cutting that scene. Did that ever make sense to you or did you ever think about that? You know what? The ones that didn't make, it's not what you're saying, but I don't think it's buddy. It's when he later becomes the assistant where he brings his son and says, my son's got something to say to you, you know, I forget who it is. It's not buddy, I don't think. He ends up becoming an assistant. It's buddy's brother with Robert something, the big guy. Yeah, yeah, so that makes sense. A buddy buddy wasn't part of that with was and then so you're right. You're exactly right. So that makes sense for him to be back on the team, but we never know how you're right. I never got back to that. Yeah, I never thought about that. That's a really good point. Is that something that people bring to you or is that something you like the real true aficionados talk about it? It was a matter of time. I don't know if the scene went particularly well. You know, it may have. But lots of scenes get cut. I had a scene my scene in bull Durham where I get cut from the team. Ron Shelton told me I tried to cut that scene like 25 times. Not that you were bad in it, right? But that I needed to cut scenes from the movie. And the reason why I stayed in was because he could never find a good transition from the previous scene to when they get on the bus and my scene needed to be that transition. So that's not going to drop. I just got like he told me, honestly, like, dude, I tried to whack your scene 25 times. I just couldn't figure it out and couldn't do it. That scene if you want to talk about that scene, I have some interesting funny anecdotes about that scene. I regret my choice to unbutton my jeans. That looks a little cheesy. I wish I hadn't done that. Unbuttoning the shirt was appropriate wearing off Hawaiian. I wanted to wear a bright colored shirt to go against the scene where this minor leaguer is really at the end of his career. The final time he's going to be told. You don't have it. You're out, right? And so I made the wardrobe choice, but I also made the choice and I asked Ron, I said, Ron. He knows he's getting cut. He knows it. He knows when he's summoned to the office, like this is it. And so he doesn't want to enter the office. He just wants to Coke his head around the door and go, hey skip, you wanted to see me. Because he physically can't go in the office. Good idea. Let's use it. And they use that. Now, doing the scene, it was late at night at the end of the working day that I don't have any work to do maybe three days in a row. And we're talking about 11 o'clock at night. Now people are home fucking tired. They've been at it since 8 in the morning and three times I get called out and three times I get told we don't have time to shoot it tonight you'll come back tomorrow. So it's a little bit like, you know, I'm just trying to go with it, but you know, you're like a race car, you're trying to rev up your engine, you have a small part. You're trying to get geared up to do a good job. And then you get told, no, no, no. Now when we go to do it, again, everyone's bone tired, Robert wall is there. And the guy who played the manager was Trey Wilson. Beautiful human being. He was in raising Arizona. He played. Good call, yes, yes. The sweetest, most generous, and he passed away after that movie came out, so sad. But just a great guy, just like who you want to act with. There's an unwritten rule when you're acting like you can't just phone it in when you're off camera. You have to be generous and give to the other act.
"hoosiers" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast
"Trying to terrorize them. And now I'm the Marshall and I pull up and I come out of my car and I go, hey, Lin. What's going on? And he said, no, just car trouble. You know, just letting it cool down or something, or he just says car trouble. So my note, what I did in that moment was, I know that's bullshit. I know that you are not having car trouble. And I need to communicate to you that I know that's bullshit. So I said to the director, I'm going to put my hand on the hood when he tells me it's overheated. That's what he said. It's overheated. And I put my hand on the hood and then I had two reactions that I used to give them two choices. The first time I put my hand on the hood, I completely lifted it off like this like pretending that I get burned, right? That it is hot, like he's telling me. And then smile at him and go, you know, like I'm just fucking with you. It seems like it's chilled down some now, Lin. And then the other just put it on. The hood and stare at him and hold it there and make it a parent. It's not hot. My hand is right here, bro yeah. Say it a lot. And the director didn't want me to do it. And at that point, I was like, I had enough confidence to go, now I'm going to do it. I mean, I don't care what he says. I'm going to do this idea because I think it's a good one. And guess what? That's a good idea. And so far as you have to little choices like that are all what film acting is about, right? So if you like when Charlie Sheen had lived in the keep scene with Jennifer grade, then that's what good acting is. I think particularly, I think it was a great choice. You know, it's very specific to Charlie. But that's what filmmaking is all about. You have to make choices for those moments that will explain and highlight your character and kind of explain what the scene is really about. That scene is about me telling that guy, I'm here now. I'm not going to be bullied by you. And, you know, it's time for you to go. Yeah. David, are you ever tempted over the years to get back in? I think have you ever been like, we did a documentary, which you can see called brothers in arms. It's our Amazon about the making of platoon, my friend Paul Sanchez, who played Doc, did it. John C mcginley, who's a pretty well-known actor out of that membrane from scrubs and all these movies. He played O'Neill in platoon. You know, he's a big fan of mine. He's like, yeah, he was selling Paul. He liked what I did in the documentary and he's like, yeah, he could easily be like a Robert Duvall type. So in a fantasy world, do I think about it? Yes, but in the real world, it's a little like I'm going to be a 60 year old dude coming in there going, yeah, I have an acted in 25 years or 30 years. Will you hire me? You know, but could I make it work? I could try. Yeah. But I have a family and I have a business and I have built pace, so I'm not sure that that's a choice that I can make. A change of sadness, I would like to go out on an even higher note. I would like to show what I'm capable of doing on film. I'm capable in my heart. I'm capable of doing a lot more than I was given the opportunity and that I had the capacity to do back then. I'm more in touch. I'm more, I know who I am. You have to really have the grounded and centered as a person so that you can then put yourself in a character's shoes. Yeah, yeah. And for those listening, I mean, you had one hell of a run, you had bull German 88 empire the sun 87 platoon dropped on Christmas Eve in 86. Hoosiers was like mid November 86. And I mean, I haven't seen them, but I love the show hunter and I love matlock and you know those are great shows. Because dryer was a hero of mine. I'm an LA kid. I love the rams. And you know, I'm not talking out of terms, but Francis stoner, man. And Fred is working. You know, he's fucking lit. He's not. And he's mellow. He's not a bad guy in any way. But he's not going to talk to you. Yeah. You know, he's chasing so many guys, so like I was a bad guy. And so maybe he has to shoot me or flip me or beat me. Where are you at to do? But I never said one word to Fred, you know what I mean? It's just the nature of it. I'm not saying he's bad guy. He wasn't, but he just, and they were like, oh yeah, Fred, Friends. He likes to get Friends. Andy Griffith, on the other hand, for matlock, now Andy Griffith was special because he'd been at the game for so long. And he was getting older. So he would have character names written on those big cards and then held up everywhere around off camera. So if you watch him, he could be like, so I'm telling you, Bobby. And then I have 5 o'clock at 5 o'clock, and he's gone. It doesn't matter what is going on. I have 5 o'clock. He made it clear to his production, guys. Like, I'm a 75 year old dude, whatever. Like, I'm gone. You're working out. You'll have to shoot around me, but I'm gone at 5. So, you know, and again, he's not someone that's going to talk to all the guests stars or players. You know what I mean? Yeah. I'm thinking about that. This is a funny story. So they kind of overcast it because they had the DP was going to be the director, right? Is season director of photographer? Right, right. Who's going to be the actual director? So they wanted to stack the deck. They wanted to give him good actors so that it would come out better. And they hired a couple of girl and a boy from Yale drama school and me, and then this other guy, Richard herd, who had a distinguished career as a character actor. He's not my cup of tea, but you know, he definitely had a long career. And he was a Seinfeld guy too, Richard heard, I think. Yeah, I think so. Yeah, yeah. A nice guy. And anyone can say that about me, like when I make a comment, I'm not trying to knock anybody. I'm just telling you my point of view. And if you say that about me, I'm not going to take offense. Oh, that David and I are terrible actor. Did you see, you know what? You're right about half the time I was terrible. I mean, you know, it's just the way it is. But so
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm John Murphy just four games of the NBA but what a night for the next country you're free he scored a career high sixty points that's a minutes and be a franchise best as Brooklyn demolished Orlando one fifty to one await Devin Booker a twenty seven point eight assistant thirty minutes before getting the rest of the night off as Phoenix beat Orleans one thirty one one fifteen but kill bridges went four of five from three point range he scored twenty for the sons who won for the fourth time in five games Tyler hero scored a game high twenty nine points off the bench to lead the heat twelve total five ninety eight win over the pistons real comfortable no my teammates and coaches you know trust me you know with the ball on the trust me to make plays and you know I'm comfortable you know plan on or off the ball or whatever whatever the team needs grasslands minus all star John Moran who was sidelined with back soreness took care of the Pacers by a final of one thirty five one oh two the NC double a tournament began with the Indiana and Texas southern winning first four games in Dayton correspondent Tom Merrick has the details Hoosiers defeated Wyoming sixty six fifty eight after Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven trayce Jackson Davis led Indiana with twenty nine points and nine rebounds sixpence Jordan to runaway added fifteen points Texas southern also got a big lift from its bench which scored fifty five of the Tigers seventy six points Texas southern that goes up against one seed Kansas while Indiana place St merry's both games on Thursday I'm Tom Mariam Alex Ovechkin's move past your merry younger into third all time in NHL scoring is seven hundred sixty seven helped lead Washington twelve four three shootout win over the islanders other Tuesday initial winners included the Rangers Boston Nashville Toronto Arizona Vancouver Edmonton Winnipeg Colorado and Florida I'm John the three AP sports
Irving's score, Indiana beats Wyoming, Rizzo stays w/Yankees
"AP sports I'm John other big curry Irving said a new nets NBA record on Tuesday night he scored a career high sixty points to the Brooklyn to a one fifty one await win over Orlando presidential scored twenty one points and Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven of the first for the NC double a tournament will face number one seed Kansas in the first round trace Jackson Davis led the way with twenty nine points for Indiana Hoosiers beat Wyoming sixty six fifty eight they'll face sweet memories of the opening round of Thursday import left the road Rogers is officially signed a contract extension through the two time reigning MVP remains in Green Bay the team announced extension Tuesday without releasing terms and I fell network reports Rogers will make one hundred fifty million dollars over the next three years and the Braves have signed new first baseman Matt Olson to a one hundred sixty eight million dollar deal over eight years I'm John other pick AP sports
Indiana tops turnover-prone Wyoming in First Four 66-58
"The Hoosiers defeated Wyoming sixty six fifty eight after Texas southern beat Texas a and M. Corpus Christi seventy six sixty seven trayce Jackson Davis led Indiana with twenty nine points and nine rebounds surreal environment I've always dreamed about playing in this tournament and finally just being able to live out that dream and just perform at the highest level I I'm she truly grateful sixpence Jordan Monomoy added fifteen points Texas southern also got a big lift from its bench which scored fifty five of the Tigers seventy six points Texas southern that goes up against one seed Kansas while Indiana place St merry's both games on Thursday I'm Tom Mariam
No. 9 Purdue tops Penn State 69-61 in Big Ten tourney
"Three of the top four seeded big ten tournament teams fail to survive the quarterfinals the biggest upset top seeded Illinois falling to ninth seed Indiana which came into the tournament with two straight losses trayce Jackson Davis led the Hoosiers with twenty one points Iowa knocked off for seed Rutgers eighty four to seventy four and second seed Wisconsin was upended by Michigan state sixty nine to sixty three among the top four only Purdue advanced with the sixty nine sixty one win over Penn state Tom McCabe Indianapolis
No. 8 Purdue rallies past Indiana 69-67 to end 2-game skid
"Eric Turner scored seventeen points to Sasha's to fan of each added fifteen to help number eight Purdue rally past arch rival Indiana sixty nine sixty seven Zaki added ten points eleven rebounds as the Boilermakers snapped a season high two game losing streak the Hoosiers lead fifty six fifty two with just under seven minutes left before Purdue scored seven straight the fan of H. had a go ahead three pointer with five ten remaining savior Johnson led the Hoosiers with eighteen points and a career high twelve assists but his half court heave to win it with point three seconds left was an air ball I'm D. fairy
"hoosiers" Discussed on WTOP
"Left in the first half of the Georgetown hoyas visit to butler as the bulldogs lead the hoyas 29 to 26 huys allowing the most points per game in the big east butler scoring the lease points per game in the conference Bulldogs are also 8th in the Big E standings This week's D.C. sports huddle at WTO P state stay Preston talking hoyas The season's already bad for Georgetown They've never started own 6 and the history of the big east and this is a flagship school all of this conference since its inception It's a historically bad year for Patrick Ewing and company Check out the D.C. sports huddle in the podcast DCF apple or wherever you get your podcast coming up at two 30 speaking of WTO peace day Preston He'll be at the terps game as they host in the Ana coming up at two 30 at two 15 live preview here as interim head coach Danny matting saying the hoosiers are pretty good team Xavier Johnson is the key to this team from the standpoint the ball is in his hands He is a one man fast break when he gets a chance to get downhill He's got really good shooters we talk about Parker and cop on the wing So this is a very balanced basketball team that plays with a great deal of physicality because of their athleticism Again a two 30 tip for the turrets elsewhere earlier this morning Australia's Ashley Barty the women's world number one won the Aussie singles title over Daniel Collins who went to UVA 25 year old Barty nudge to the U.S. open title away from a career Grand Slam men's finals tomorrow early down under Spain's Rafael Nadal and Russia's Daniel Medvedev Jay Brooks WTO P sports Thank you Jay and just ahead after traffic and weather What is inside the new school calendar for one of the area's biggest school systems will take a look at that coming up 1247.
Phinisee's career game leads Indiana past No. 4 Purdue 68-65
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Jackson-Davis scores 27, Indiana shuts down No. 13 OSU 67-51
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No. 10 Spartans stay perfect with 20-15 win at Indiana
"Michigan state scored a pair of touchdowns off Indiana turnovers en route to a twenty to fifteen win the seven oh Spartans were out rushed and I'll pass by the Hoosiers but managed to win the game despite just a hundred twenty six passing yards by quarterback Payton Thorne Spartan running back Kenneth Walker remains the nation's top rusher after finishing with eighty four yards the loss drops Indiana to two and four and in three in the big ten Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana
Ridder Helps No. 8 Bearcats Rally for 38-24 Win at Indiana
"Cincinnati forced for Indiana turnovers into thirty eight to twenty four win the number eight Bearcats trailed fourteen to nothing in the second quarter but grabbed the lead for good early in the fourth two plays stood out for three on Cincinnati a ninety nine yard kickoff return by tree talker and a Hoosier fumble on the Bearcats two in the fourth quarter Cincinnati cornerback Desmond Ridder passed for two hundred ten yards going to have time or or even were down fourteen on the wasn't loan faces there wasn't you know heads down or anything I use single caller Michael Penix was picked off three times as the un ranked Hoosiers fall to one in two Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana
Brad Stevens Says He’s Not Leaving Boston Celtics For Indiana Hoosiers
"Brad stevens and the celtics have been struggling this season for boston. Standards and the head. Coaching job at indiana is wide open. Stevens has denied one job right now but burning you know this. Some of the biggest sportsbooks taken the odd off the boards. You can't even bet it anymore. Rob you know vegas no trona rolling brad. Stevens will be the next coach indiana university.
Indiana seeing thousands fewer COVID-19 vaccines than it should
"In Indiana that state's top health official believes the state maybe getting short changed on its vaccine supply. State health Commissioner Dr Cristina Box says Indiana appears to be receiving thousands of doses per 100,000 residents less than some other states This week, Indiana was 35th and doses delivered for 100,000 residents. The status 17th in population. Our goal is to get more shots and arms and Indiana so we're eager for the vaccine supply to increase substantially more than 1.3 Billion Hoosiers have received a first dose of covert 19 vaccine 870,000 are fully
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"A a Tournament seat and match up next hour. George Washington and coach Jennifer Rizzotti part ways the national of the Colonials went 72 74 in her five years at the helm. Men's hoops gone, Zach Good finishes atop the writers rankings on the coaching carousel. Indiana fires Archie Miller after the Hoosiers finished 12 15. Minnesota ends the Richard Pitino regime after the Golden Gophers
"hoosiers" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Broadcast center. This is Hoosier pregame hears the voice of the Hoosiers. Don Fisher. From branch were cracking court and the Simon's got Assembly hall on the campus in Bloomington. This is Indiana University basketball tonight. Well, Hoosiers attempt to bounce back into the win column after a long layoff from game action as they welcome the 12th ranked fighting Align Eye of the University of Illinois. Hello again, everybody. This is Don Fisher along with Eric Sore and Joe Smith. Well. Indiana hasn't played a game since a week ago this past Sunday after having this past Saturday's game with Michigan postponed because of the co big paws on the Wolverines campus in Ann Arbor, along with an earlier postponement of the Michigan State game for the same reason I use played just two games since January. The 14th that included a huge win over Iowa and in disappointing home loss to Rutgers. Defeat to the Scarlet Knights was the third this season here in the Assembly hall, a trend that hopefully ends this evening. Meantime, Illinois is 16 of their last eight games, including a triumph over Iowa in their last outing on Friday night, They moved that passed the Hawkeyes in the Big 10 standings and doing so to second place in the league behind Michigan with the seven and three conference mark on their 11 and five overall. And that, of course, includes a win over these Hoosiers five weeks ago in Champagne 69 to 60. Well, there is sure that first matchup between these two was a very competitive battle, but saw Iota sumo take over the game down the stretch, and that decided the outcome while he was the best player on the court, the entire ball game against Indiana and Franklin Don last game against Iowa, Ohio to Suma was the best player on the court. I I'd say any game that Illinois plays. He has a great chance of being the best player on the court and for Indiana here tonight, you've got to find some way to stop or limit Iota Sumo's production at the offensive end. He is just a prime time player. He's the best in the business really good out in the back for free. Illinois Indian has gotta have answers tonight for Iota Sumer. And Of course, they've got a big man named Kofi Coburn at 7. Ft. £285 You just East inside and on top of his rebounding a year ago. He is now at its scoring toe to the punch, and he's now averaging 18.6 points a game. A big 10 play 17 a game for the season double double for the season, and not only the offensive production with Kofi Coburn don, but how big and strong he is. Inside the page, Trace Jackson Davis at times struggles to finish over much bigger defenders. Take, for example, Indiana's last game against Miles jobs. Miles Johnson, Rutgers. Indiana really struggled, scoring inside the pain. That cannot be the case here tonight for the Hoosiers. I mean, you've got to be able to finish through contact underneath the rim that will be a test here for trace. Jackson Davis can Indian and not only get Jackson Davis the ball, don, but once he goes one on one against Kofi Coburn can trace for over the bigger body. It's gonna be so important. This Indian offense tonight. Here's the other aspect of the big guys inside, too. Raised tops and is gonna have to take a more active role of scoring the basketball when traces having problems with the big guy like that, if that's who's guarding him. Yeah, Indiana's got to have the two bigs working together. Whether it's high, low action or double team comes races. Gotta find that soft spot for the defense and Jackson Davis got to be a better pass through the basketball. There's many times where there's open, either pick out for three or dump downs to race. But that has just not yet developed really offensively for Jackson Davis that ability to pass out of double team I said just a few weeks ago, Traces got to be really good out of double teams. Because Big ten's they're gonna pick 10 teams are really gonna focus the defensive game plan on Indiana's big man. If he can't pass out of the double team, I think in the animal continue to struggle offensively. Well, here's the thing, too. From Indiana's perspective, they have struggled defensively of late. It's not men all the time because against my will. They were spectacular from a defense perspective, and they've been good at other times throughout the season. In fact, that was their staple for up until Big 10 play actually started, but it's been a little bit inconsistent since then, and there, but a couple of games that they just haven't played very well it all of the defensive, well, potential inability. Indiana has that defensively. We've seen Indiana place some really good defense. Great teams, though, don turned potential ability into an identity and something that you can really hang your hat on and identity. And consistency is not out Every other game type of a thing and great teams in this league, hang their hat on something they have some sort of identity can always lean on it for Indiana Way thought it would be defense this season. Indiana has struggled at times defensively on because of that they're now four and five and league play. I think India has got to get back to that. Grind it out Toughest nails type half court defense If Indiana could do that limit teams offensive production. I think Indiana can win any type of basketball game, but you're right on that defense. Of identity, so to speak, has not been nearly consistent enough. Here's the irony, Indiana We've complained about them being a very good I have not being a very good outside shooting team this entire season, but the last five games and we're including the Purdue game, which they went three from 8 4/18. They're shooting 40% from three point land, which is just astonishing. So they've started find other people other than just drop Tennessee or Al Durham or our mind, Franklin. Those three guys have been added to. With Jerome Hunter now knocking down some threes. Christian Lander hit a couple of the last ball game, and Anthony Leo, of course, has been a threat. Every time he's been on the floor. You know his team can do it, Donna. That's one thing that some folks who really frustrated in Indiana has shown the ability to play great defense. They've shown the ability to score inside. They've now shown the ability to knock down threes. Consistently the last couple weeks. The question is, can Indiana put it all together? And I think if that day comes, Indiana puts it all together, especially in this league. I think in the end I could compete with anybody Have this team has been really good at times this season, but to win in this league, it's gotta be in all the time type of thing at both ends of the court, and that's gonna be the challenge for this basketball team moving forward in Indiana..
"hoosiers" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Bit. KB Before I let you go here. I want to get your thoughts on the college Football Bowl games that took place over the weekend and the last week you had Alabama against Notre Dame. You have the Golden Dome. Ear's in the mobile homers and that went pretty much the way that we thought it would. But with the Indiana Hoosiers taking on all Ms This was a foreign five old miss team that couldn't stop anybody Defensively. Are you kind of running their mouth a little bit covering up the big 10 logo on the uniforms thinking they deserved a better bowl game, And they didn't really play that. Well, KB. What's your takeaway from those games? Yeah. You know, I guess we'll start without you. I mean, to be honest Hammer, I thought it was an extremely embarrassing performance. On multiple levels. First off like you said, if you're going to run your mouth, you gotta back it up point blank period. I'm finding you talking. But if you're gonna talk, you better walk and they did not do that at all. They? Secondly I just think it's such a sour end, too. Really a historic season on many levels, But it's an old Miss teen that, like you said, was under 500 missing, arguably probably the three best players three or four of their top players offensively, and yet your defense really couldn't get off the field that much and then offensively. You couldn't move it really until the fourth quarter, So I just thought extremely disappointing. And now there is just that cloud that that continues to hang over you as a program of what are you gonna be? I don't know when a ball game or, you know, even just beat kind of that team that you consider slightly upper echelon. Somewhat argue boldness was even that on last Saturday as well, Yeah, I mean, as far as the college football playoff looks like we're Notre Dame is right now they are clearly on whatever that next year is off. After Alabama and Clemson, Ohio State and, frankly, the wide gap from those three teams to Notre Dame in Oklahoma and Georgia and whoever else you want to throw there, But you know, Brian Kelly seems so much good for that program, right, but until they develop A star quarterback and more of an elite passing game. You just can't challenge those things. You can't line up and running down the throat all game long as it's not gonna be able to get it done. So I think that's what's holding Notre Dame back from getting to that next level, because that is a big jump right now, But we saw that on Saturday. You know, I see a lot of Notre Dame fans go into social Media time to get rid of Brian Kelly. Brian Kelly can't win the big game. Let me tell you something here. I'm a tennis evolves guy, and we and I say we because I'm invested in the pros. Graham here won a national championship in 1998 had the opportunity to win it again. A couple years later, before they laid an egg in a bowl game, And then they fired Phillip former and they have been trash ever sense. Listen, there's nothing wrong with making the final four like Notre Dame is made the covered football playoff the final four. Multiple times they made a national championship game. Michigan fans would love that Tennessee fans would love that. Ah, lot of people would. So for all those of one Brian Kelly ran out of town here. Be careful what you wish for because there's a lot of programs that would love to have those kind of struggles. Yeah, No, They're idiots. People that actually think that again realistic expectations. South Bend, Brian Kelly's got them. Level that they hadn't been at some clue hopes. So be grateful for that. Winning in present day. College football is not a guarantee, and they've done it pretty consistently under him, but you know to to again take that next step. Look at the three playoff teams Alabama three of the top five Heisman finalists crunch in the number one overall pick. I'll state the number one overall pick and I don't know their number two of all take some might argue he should go number one after Saturday night. Like until Notre Dame gets that level. You are going to be kind of in the 10 ish when you know, making the playoffs, But you're going to get there, which again it's still fine, and it's a level that program hasn't had really in my lifetime. But that is kind of the next step to captain Brian Kelly era because so far it's been really, really good. And now it's commitment made clear that last turtle, which is pretty big, where can we Seymour of your work and what's coming up? One of 752 fan? Yes, Cabo in 10 70 on Twitter there and the walk tons of Bill's content. I will give a shameless plug Thursday night. We're gonna do a beers with Bowen event on YouTube live at eight o'clock. I checked that out preview and Started wild card matchup as the cold face off against bills..
"hoosiers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The first team radio studios Hoppy Kercheval with Brad. How so? Brad? What's ahead in the Orange Bowl tonight between Texas A and M and North Carolina hoppy? I think there's two key questions coming into this tonight. Texas A and M just left out of the college football playoff. Is that a disappointment? You get a flat effort today? Or does that serve his motivation for the Aggies on the North Carolina side? How do they handle all of the op out a bunch of their offensive weapons side? Line for tonight. How to the Tar Heels overcome that. Now, let's get back to our game in the fourth quarter of the Outback Bowl here again, Bill Roth and hands Olson All right, Hoppy and Brad. Thank you. And the score here is almost 20, Indiana six, But that is likely to change momentarily. Fourth quarter will begin with Indiana with the ball on the almost three yard line. Second and one. They've got a bunch of chances to bang this in, Aren't they? Hands? Just don't run power, really try to push it, Take it out of Jack's hands. Put it in your running back Sands, Stevie Scott or Sampson? James. Really try to push this ball. Give your offensive line the respect to let them push that interior second down and one on the three. Two tight ends for Indiana. They're gonna go wild Cat to start the fourth quarter. They bring started in quarterback takes the snap and takes it in touchdown. Indiana Hoosiers Go Wild Cat Touchdown. Indiana shows your offensive line the respect And while I can't give you that opportunity, because you know I'm firing off. I'm just gonna hit somebody in the mouth. We're gonna double team. You.