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Chairs on the floor in Assembly Hall are, needless to say, not going anywhere now.
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Flashback: Knight Explains Chair Toss (Twice) to Letterman

”Do you have any furniture at all left in your house?” the Indy-born TV host asked The General.

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The Naysayer: Happy Chair-tossing 30th Anniversary, Bob Knight!

Once he wasn’t coaching against Purdue anymore, my stance against Knight softened.

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PHOTOS: IU's Many Sports Illustrated Covers

Legendary coach Bob Knight, Victor Oladipo, and Cody Zeller have all landed on the iconic weekly magazine’s cover, recently and over time. See the best of the rest IU basketball SI covers over the years.

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Did Outburst Cost Crean Top Coaching Honor?

Of all the curious selections announced last night by the Big Ten Conference during its annual awards show, perhaps the most puzzling was the pick for Coach of the Year.

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Will Bob Knight Return to Bloomington?

Bob Knight’s version of book promotion hit The New York Times Magazine today in an interview, “Coach Bob Knight on Why He’s So Unpleasant.” The headline riffs on the name of Knight’s new book, The Power of Negative Thinking, co-written with his longtime collaborator in Bloomington, retired sportswriter Bob Hammel. Related: Hammel on why Knight makes a good author.

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Joani Crean's 15 Minutes of Fame Start … Now

Joani Crean has a pretty stressful week ahead with high-pressure IU games against Purdue and Michigan before the family leaves for New Orleans. Forget scanning the Assembly Hall crowd for Meg Ryan; we’ll be looking for the feisty Mrs. Crean and Crimson in the stands now—and in the Superdome this Sunday.

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IU Honors Barrier-Breaker Garrett at Game

The Big Ten’s first African-American player to appear in a game marks the 65th anniversary of his not-so-subtle feat.

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That 1987 IU Title Team: Where Are They Now?

Everyone remembers the shot. IU down by one. Six ticks left. Jumper, 16 feet out, Keith Smart fading, fading left to the baseline. There’s a lot of catching up to do. Here’s what Smart and his teammates are up to now.

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Preseason Interview with Tom Crean

“The IU culture actually started to change back in the spring of 2011. The players we had started to mature. Work ethics that had been substandard got a lot better. I think what they started to absorb was that there was going to be real competition for playing time. It’s been fun to watch.”

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What a Knight: The Former IU Coach Regales Us in Greenwood

Wry, folksy, animated, and, of course, salty, Bob Knight had the crowd snorting and guffawing at the Gathering Place in Greenwood last night, for A Knight to Remember, a fundraiser benefitting the Greenwood Public Library. Here, a few of the highlights.

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