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Our good friend and Indiana University Athletic Director Fred Glass joined Grady & Big Joe to give his reasoning for relieving Tom Crean of his coaching duties, why he chose to bring in Archie Miller, and his regrets regarding the NIT road game.
THIS WEEK'S HOT BUTTON: WHAT SHOULD ARCHIE MILLER’S TOP PRIORITIES BE FOR IU? MICHAEL GRADY It should be to get HIS players and put his stamp on the program immediately. He has a clear philosophy and approach on both ends of the floor, and he won't have the opportunity to truly...
Monta Ellis launches his errant 3-pointer at the buzzer. (Frank McGrath/Pacers) Three straight home games against sub-.500 teams offered the Pacers the opportunity to build something positive, to look upward in the playoff bracket, as they headed into a difficult closing stretch...
Gregg Doyle of the Indianapolis Star joined JMV to talk about the hiring of Archie Miller to Indiana, what he brings over the other candidates and will he bring IU back to the Final Four.
Picture of Frank Martin courtesy of Michael Reaves/Getty Images Coach Frank Martin of the South Carolina Gamecocks is on his way to the Final Four in Phoenix, Arizona and he dropped by The Dan Dakich Show to chat about how his team has shocked everyone, the culture of his team,...
Photo courtesy of Joe Robbins/Getty Images New Head Coach of the Indiana Hoosiers Archie Miller talked with Dan Dakich about how the process went down, what it means to be at Indiana, the family coaching tree and what his first order of business is at Indiana University.
Charles Harris of Missouri is one of several edge-rushers the Colts could choose from. (Icon SMI) Many of the biggest needs were addressed in free agency. But they weren’t eliminated. The Colts enter the NFL Draft with a wish-list that aligns nicely with the talent available in...
The newest head coach at Indiana is Archie Miller, he was introduced at a press conference earlier today, check out the podcast of the presser and reactions from Jeff Rabjohns of Peegs.com and Zack Osterman of the Indy Star.