Sports Illustrated’s executive editor confesses his love for tennis, but the Bloomington native still carries a torch for Indiana University basketball.
"I’m a restless IU fan. To be fair, I think people forget where the program was when Crean got there. But if Brad Stevens availed himself, if he was more forthcoming about expressing an interest in the job, that would make me very happy."
The Back-to-Practice Edition
Thirty years ago this week, Bob Knight threw a chair. We remember.
College sports’ largest governing body, based in Indianapolis, comes out against the proposed gay-marriage amendment after one of its star athletes makes a groundbreaking disclosure.
The news came on the cleated heels of a disclosure by Michael Sam, a college football star, about his sexuality.
Indy’s NFL team stormed back from a 38-10 deficit early in the third quarter to take a 45-44 win ahead of the city’s winter-weather skyfall. Plus, an early candidate for Photo Bomb of the Year.
@TheJennaBee: "All I hear is cannons. I can't tell if the Colts won or if the revolution has started." @CrayonWayans: "It means tributes have been killed in the Indy Hunger Games."
The acclaimed sportswriter and Bloomington native was all a-Twitter during Tuesday’s North Carolina game.
If you’ve followed Sports Illustrated senior writer Jon Wertheim closely over the years, you might suspect that he has more than a passing interest in Indiana University basketball.