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March Madness

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How To Cheer For The NCAA Tournament If You Are One Of The Many Indiana Teams Not Involved In It

Don’t think of it as cheering for Purdue, but for the American space program. Do you hate the moon?

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Putting The "Fun!" In "Your March Madness Bracket Is Fundamentally Flawed And Will Not Win"

Bland picks are The Big Bang Theory of March Madness, and I have no use for them anymore.

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Naysayer Says: Get Off Caleb Swanigan’s Back

“I get it and I applaud Swanigan for having the guts to step up and apply to be the man for Purdue.”

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Charles Barkley ‘Mistakes’ Annapolis for Indy

You might expect a short film that features him, Spike Lee, and Samuel L. Jackson to be absurd.

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The Replay: Ron Hunter, Purdue, and the Colts

Purdue falls—and so does former IUPUI coach Ron Hunter.

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Tweets of the Week: Pacers–Heat, Froyo & Bob Knight

Via @chrisspangle: “It’s so nice to have a Bob Knight scandal again. It really takes me back to my childhood.”

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Consolation Prizes: IU Basketball, Players Receive Honors

Okay, so the Hoosiers didn’t finish their exciting 2012–13 season on the high note IU fans had hoped for. No need to belabor that point.

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Obama Picks IU to Win It All

Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably heard that President Barack Obama has penciled in Indiana at the top of his bracket for the 2013 NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

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Just Announced: Hoosiers Out in Front in All-Time March Madness Voting

IU basketball fans might still be reeling from recent setbacks to the team’s hopes of winning an outright Big Ten title this season. But if it’s any consolation, they can spend a few moments today reveling in past glory.

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Hoosiers Have Strong Showing on All-Time March Madness Lists

To mark the 75th anniversary of March Madness, the NCAA today announced its picks for the Top 75 Players in the history of the men’s postseason basketball tournament—and among teams from Indiana, IU had far and away the best showing.

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