Showing 1 - 10 of 196 Stories for Indiana Hoosiers
And a Little Child Led Them
As though drawing inspiration from the Book of Isaiah, baby-faced Isiah Thomas spurred Indiana to a fourth NCAA championship
Back Home Again in Indiana
Larry Bird, bored by retirement and all but ignored in Boston, has returned to impart his expertise and homey Hoosier virtues as coach of the Pacers
Step Aside, I'm Off to Philly
Class came through in the NCAA regionals as high-ranked North Carolina, Virginia, Louisiana State and Indiana blew the opposition out. Next stop, the Spectrum, where they'll form the most formidable final four in years
A Player For The Ages
Boston's Larry Bird, in what may be his finest season, gets Red Auerbach's vote—over Bill Russell—as the best ever
HEY, YOU'D BE HOG WILD, TOO
The perfection of Indiana. The versatility of Brigham Young's Danny Ainge. The surprise of Alabama-Birmingham. The shock of Oregon State.
The Rabbit Hunter
Bobby Knight may be tremendously successful on the court, but off it, Indiana's controversial basketball coach often stalks the insignificant
INDIANA, BY A WHISKER
The freak is dead; long live the king of the freakin' sidelines. That is, long live the Indiana Hoosiers and their excitable coach, Bob Knight, who ...
HOOSIERS AGAIN RULE CROSS-COUNTRY
Nevertheless, the Indiana Invitational Cross Country Meet 5000-meter women's race is about to begin. On the starting line, one runner stands out. Michelle ...
WHO CAN HANDLE THE HOOSIERS?
Somewhat like sex goddesses of Hollywood past, the Indiana Hoosiers' only lament as the NCAA tournament hove into view last week seemed ...
Transition Game No state loves Basketball more than Indiana, but Hoosier hoops is changing
Basketball may have been born in Massachusetts, but it grew up in Indiana. -- JAMES NAISMITH It's only fitting that the world's coolest ...