The Replay: Ron Hunter, Purdue, and the Colts
Office Pool Edition
Every Friday, we post up The Replay, our sports review. It’s mostly fouls and airballs.
» Floored: George State coach Ron Hunter fell off his chair after his son R.J., a Pike grad, hit a game-winning 3-pointer to cap the 14th-seeded Panthers’ upset over No. 3 seed Baylor in the NCAA tournament. The elder Hunter, the former IUPUI coach, was watching the game from a rolling stool because of an Achilles injury he suffered celebrating his team’s automatic bid to the field of 68.
Or was it the shot that KO’d Hunter?
Sorry… had to do it… pic.twitter.com/eSNXaPUb3C
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) March 19, 2015
» Dogging ‘Em: Butler Blue III seems excited about Saturday’s match-up with Notre Dame (TBS, 9:40 p.m.) and chance to advance to the Sweet 16. But what will they feed him if Butler beats a team with a dog mascot?
— Butler Blue III (@ButlerBlue3) March 19, 2015
» March Sadness: Purdue exited the tournament after an 66-65 overtime loss to Cincinnati. Remember the good times, Boilers, and take heart in knowing at least one Bearcats fan will probably be looking for work soon.
» Half Baked: The Indianapolis Colts are floating a NFL rule change that will allow teams to score 9 points on one possession. Where do they get these great ideas?
» Now Read This: How does an entire sport just disappear? Eva Holland wonders for Grantland in “The Rise and Fall of Ski Ballet.”