Peppers at 10, which seems low.
Tom Crean is most assuredly a douche
Alcohol related offense -- apparantly tried to conceal a bottle of alcohol. Interestingly enough, Yogi Ferrell was also cited for underage drinking and attempting to enter a bar with a fake ID, but he didn't get kicked off.
Figured I'd get this in early in the morning, it'll just get buried by REAL FOOTBALL CONTENT.
He looks like Eminem in that halftime interview,,,
Beat the Hoosiers.
Temple forward Anthony Lee told ESPN today that he will be transferring to Ohio State. Lee, a 6' 9" power forward, was one of the most sought-after transfers on the market. His finalists included Iowa State, Indiana, Louisville and Notre Dame, although many schools came calling when he announced his transfer from Temple.
Lee was coveted by Indiana with Vonleh going pro. Tom Crean has some great potential players in his backcourt, but Indiana's frontcourt is a cratering hole now with Jeremy Hollowell, Austin Etherington and Luke Fischer transferring this year.
The next big Midwest transfer prospects to look out for is West Virginia sophomore guard Eron Harris who supposedly will consider Michigan among other Big Ten schools, and Virginia Tech freshman forward Trevor Thompson.
Temple transfer Anthony Lee told http://t.co/FJtJDXPuUb he is headed to Ohio State. Will play next season for Buckeyes.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) March 29, 2014
Right after the dunk around 1.29.30 (slap's at 1.29.43 to be exact), if I played for State and a Dwight Schrute look a like came that far on my court to slap the floor, I'd sprint over there and run him over. Of course that is probably because I have difficulty thinking rationally about Tom Crean.
Seriously though, what an idiot. It's one thing when 18-22 year old kids do stuff to get pumped up, but that guy is a joke out there.
This post was totally not worth the effort, sorry.
Well, like myself (and several others who know way more about stuff than me) predicted, Maurice Creek of Indiana will graduate and transfer, to seek more playing time. This will fix all the scholarship issues that IU potentially would have had to deal with.
I know the general response to Tom Crean is that he is a douche, which I can't really argue with. That being said, it is pretty safe to say that Tom Crean is NOT forcing Creek to leave.