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On Saturday, Indiana won yet another close game, coming back to beat Butler in the Crossroads Classic on a last-second shot by Big Shot Rob Phinisee. After the game, our crew broke it all down on The Assembly Call IU Postgame Show.

On the mics for this episode: Jerod and Ryan

Among the topics discussed:

— Marveling at Rob Phinisee making yet another clutch shot, and also assessing the importance of the big play Indiana had out of Archie Miller’s final timeout to go up 68-66.
— Another monster day for Juwan Morgan at the Crossroads Classic, which Indiana needed every ounce of.
— Romeo Langford’s up and down day, and why this is a really important game for him to learn from moving forward.
— Why Devonte Green’s play was probably better than many IU fans will want to give him credit for.
— Did Justin Smith shows more signs of growth today?
— Analyzing the rough days for Al Durham, De’Ron Davis, Evan Fitzner, and, to some extent, Zach McRoberts.
— Why this Indiana team needs to be able to lean on its ability to win close games, not rely on it.

We also point out a few meaningful moments you may have missed, go inside the numbers, and hand out our game balls. All of that, and more, on this edition of The Assembly Call.

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[456] IU-Butler Postgame Show: Juwan Morgan Takes Over at the Crossroads Classic ... Again - YouTube

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This week on Assembly Call Radio, Ryan delivers his long-awaited TJD scouting report, we hand out our quarter-term grades, and we analyze the bracketology impact of the Butler game. And much more.

On the mics: Jerod, Ryan, and Andy ( … and Randy?)

• [00:27] In Segment One, Jerod discusses the impact of Jerome Hunter’s loss in his Banner Moment, and also reminds you of the details of the contest we’re running for Pacers-Hornets tickets. Then Andy analyzes the bracketology impact of the Butler game.

• [15:00] In Segment Two, Ryan takes a deep dive into Trayce Jackson-Davis’ game. It even includes an IU player comp! What are Trayce’s strengths and weaknesses? Is he a one-and-done or two-and-done type player? What impact can he have as a freshman? You’ll have a much clearer idea after listening to this segment.

• [29:30] In Segment Three, we go player-by-player (plus Archie) and hand out our grades after 10 games. And yes, the grades are on a curve — against expectations.

• [45:49] And in our final segment, we answer your questions. Why has Butler been able to sustain its success? What are the redshirt rules in college basketball? Have the lowered the ceiling on this team based on some of the issues we’ve seen over the first 10 games?

All of that and more on this week’s edition of Assembly Call Radio.

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[455 LIVE] Trayce Jackson-Davis Scouting Report and Quarter-Term Grades - YouTube

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In today’s edition of Banner Morning:

• Indiana faces Butler on Saturday in the Crossroads Classic.
• These three keys will likely determine the outcome of the game.
• A Hoosier player received his second gold jersey of the season.
• On this date in IU history … three players were dismissed and five more were placed on indefinite probation.
• Happy birthday to a former Hoosier player and coach who now works for another program.

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Welcome to another edition of Banner Morning. We’re now just two days away from the Crossroads Classic.

In team news …

Indiana faces Butler this Saturday in the Crossroads Classic. The game will be broadcast on CBS with Brad Nessler and Bill Raftery on the call. It is scheduled to tip at approximately 2:45 Eastern Time, after the conclusion of Purdue-Notre Dame.

This is expected to be a close battle. The Hoosiers and Bulldogs are currently ranked 25th and 26th, respectively, in KenPom, with Indiana having a 50% chance of victory and the KenPom prediction ever-so-slightly favoring IU at 71-70.

This will be the fourth matchup between the two teams in the Crossroads Classic. Butler beat #1-ranked Indiana in 2013 and also won in 2017. Indiana won the 2015 matchup behind a phenomenal game by Troy Williams.

Here are three key areas to watch:

  1. Butler has been below average in terms of putting opponents on the free throw line. Indiana is very good at getting to the free throw line. If this advantage holds for the Hoosiers, and they can capitalize by making a decent percentage of their free throws, it will go a long way toward winning.
  2. The Bulldogs are elite in terms of protecting the ball, turning it over on just 15.5% of possessions. They also turn opponents over at a good rate of 21.2%. Based on Indiana’s struggles with turnovers, this could be a major advantage for Butler if the Hoosiers’ passing and ball-handling aren’t improved.
  3. Butler takes a lot of 3s, and they surround the perimeter with good shooters. Indiana will have to be solid in its rotations and closeouts to prevent Butler from getting too many open looks.

Also, Mike Miller of the Herald Times reported that Romeo Langford was the latest recipient of the gold practice jersey. It’s the second time he’s won it this season.

On this date in IU history …

On December 13, 1978, Bob Knight dismissed three players following revelations of marijuana use while the team was playing in the Sea Wolf Classic in Anchorage, Alaska. Five others including Ray Tolbert and Mike Woodson were placed on indefinite probation following the incident. Despite the early season setback, Indiana would go on to defeat Purdue to win the NIT Championship.

And we have a birthday coming up this weekend …

Happy birthday to Kory Barnett, who celebrates his birthday on Friday the 14th. Kory was a member of Indiana’s Sweet 16 team in 2012 and then joined the IU coaching staff as a graduate assistant. He is currently the Director of Basketball Operations at UCLA.

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We’ll be back on Monday with a brand new edition of Banner Morning. Until then, keep your elbows in and your eyes on the rim, and go Hoosiers.

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In today’s edition of Banner Morning:

• Archie Miller provides updates on Race Thompson, IU’s free throw shooting, and this week’s practice schedule.
• Ben Ladner details the “astonishing” impact of Juwan Morgan’s passing out of the post.
• More praise for Rob and Romeo.
• An initial cause of the death has been reported for Eric Anderson.
• Happy birthday to a key player on a title team … who finished his career elsewhere.

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Welcome to another edition of Banner Morning. We’re now just three days away from the Crossroads Classic.

In team news …

Archie Miller made some interesting comments on his radio show back on Monday night.

  • He updated Race Thompson’s status, saying that Race is still in concussion protocol but was recently able to do some cardio and weight lifting. However, it doesn’t sound like he’s close to returning.
  • On Indiana’s free throw shooting, Archie said that his Dad — legendary high school coach John Miller — texted him that Indiana needs to “get on a new free throw plan.” Archie then said, “We maybe gotta get a free throw coach in here.” I think we know someone who would take that job. <<<Fred, call me.>>>
  • Archie also said that due to exams, the Hoosiers will have two days off this week.

In player analysis …

If you listened to our Basketball 201 segment on this week’s edition of Banner Monday, you heard Ben Ladner tease an article he had coming out on Inside the Hall analyzing Juwan Morgan’s diverse offense game and importance to the IU offense. That article is now out — titled An in-depth at look at Juwan Morgan, the creator.

Ladner explains how Morgan’s offensive game has evolved this season, saying: “The post remains the foundation of his game, though he’s tweaked the way he uses it. Where he passed on less than a fifth of his post touches in 2018, he’s doing so nearly 35 percent of the time this season, and Indiana scores an astonishing 1.9 points per possession on those plays, according to Synergy Sports. Morgan has nearly as many assists out of the post through eight games (14) as he did all of last season (16), and is delivering the ball more willingly and accurately as a senior.”

Morgan was a guest on the most recent edition of Earn Your Stripes.

In his latest Stock Watch piece, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes about how, “Romeo Langford and Robert Phinisee have in different ways become indispensable pieces for Indiana 10 games in.”

In IU legend news …

The Star reported on Tuesday that the preliminary cause of death for Eric Anderson was natural causes described as “cardiac-related.” Anderson had reportedly been dealing with pneumonia, which can cause cardiac issues in extreme cases.

Chris Williams, who runs the IU Artifacts Twitter account, recounted Anderson’s eventful and successful IU career yesterday. The underappreciated Anderson was his first IU hoops hero.

And we have a birthday today …

Happy birthday to Rick Calloway, who is 52 today. Calloway was a McDonald’s All American who came to IU in 1985 and averaged 13.6 points per game as a freshman. As a sophomore, he was a key player on Indiana’s 1987 National Championship team. Calloway transferred after his junior year and played his senior season at Kansas.

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We’ll be back tomorrow with a brand new edition of Banner Morning. Until then, keep your elbows in and your eyes on the rim, and go Hoosiers.

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In today’s edition of Banner Morning:

• Indiana is back in the top 25!
• Romeo Langford wins another Freshman of the Week honor.
• We reflect on the underrated, productive, successful IU career of the late Eric Anderson.

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Welcome to another edition of Banner Morning. We’re now just four days away from the Crossroads Classic.

In team news …

For the first time in Archie Miller’s tenure, Indiana is in the top 25. The Hoosiers cracked the AP poll — in a tie for 25th with Syracuse and Kansas State. The Hoosiers are 31st in the coaches’ poll.

In the NCAA’s new quantitative ranking system, the NET, Indiana is 21st.

In player news …

Romeo Langford was named co-Big Ten Freshman of the Week, sharing the honor with Michigan’s Ignas Brazdeikis. It is Romeo’s second such honor this season.

And in IU legend news …

We all woke up to tragic news on Monday morning, when it was reported that Eric Anderson had passed away. He was just 48 years old. No cause of death has been announced.

Eric was a tremendous player who played on the first IU teams I can remember cheering for growing up.

As Zach Osterman noted, Anderson remains one of just six players in IU history to rank in the top 15 all-time in both scoring and rebounding. Yet his career often gets overshadowed, in large part because he was never the best player on an Indiana team. But he was always one of the most important players and trusted leaders on every IU team he played on.

Eric was a McDonald’s All American out of Illinois. Then, as a freshman, he won Big Ten Freshman of the Year in a supporting role to Jay Edwards on the 1989 Big Ten Championship team.

His best statistical season was his sophomore year, when he averaged 16 points and 7 rebounds, playing alongside one of the most hyped recruiting classes in IU history.

As a junior and senior, Eric’s numbers took a dip and his role changed, but the Hoosiers experienced great success with lineups that were filled with Hoosier legends like Calbert Cheaney, Greg Graham, Damon Bailey, Alan Henderson.

The Hoosiers won the Big Ten again in Anderson’s junior year, then finished second his senior year before advancing all the way to the 1992 Final Four. He struggled that night, but had been one of Indiana’s best players in the Tournament up to that point, scoring in double digits off the bench in each of Indiana’s first four tournament games, including a game-high 24 points against a good Florida State team in the Sweet 16. He was named the Most Outstanding Player of the West Regional.

Teammates and coaches offered words of remembrance about Eric on Monday. Two common themes emerged: one, that Eric was a great player; two, that he was an even better teammate. Calbert Cheaney summed it up like this: “As a basketball player, he’s one of the best I ever played with. Unselfish, caring and did whatever it took to help us win; the consummate teammate.”

Rest in peace, Big E.

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On this week’s edition of Banner Monday …

• [2:31] Jerod and Ryan answer your lingering IU basketball questions in this week’s mailbag.

• [28:52] Mike DeCourcy stops by to discuss his thoughts on IU and provide insight on the rest of the Big Ten.

• [55:01] Ben Ladner join us for another edition of Basketball 201 — talking about Indiana’s inside-out offensive philosophy and why it works so well with Juwan and De’Ron as the focal point. (To jump directly to this spot in the video, so you can see the plays Ben discusses use this link: https://youtu.be/WjdlYLtHp0I?t=3538)

• [1:23:31] Josh Wilson of the Inside Out Podcast delivers an in-depth preview of Indiana’s upcoming opponent in this weekend’s Crossroads Classic, Butler.

Listen to the edited podcast here (rundown with time stamps below):

And here is the unedited video of the live broadcast of this week’s episode:

[454 LIVE] Mailbag, B1G Roundup, B201 on IU's Inside-Out Offense, Butler Preview - YouTube

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In today’s edition of Banner Morning:

• Will Indiana be in this week’s top 25?
• Indiana is one of three teams to accomplish this impressive early-season feat.
• The Hoosiers have a long, and much-needed, week of practice in the lead up to the Butler game.
• How did IU targets fare at this weekend’s Forum Tip-Off Classic?
• Two IU birthdays from the weekend.

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Welcome to another edition of Banner Morning. We’re now five days away from the Crossroads Classic.

In team news …

IU fans will be watching with interest when the AP and coaches’ top 25 polls are announced later today. Many fans will be expecting an IU appearance after the Hoosiers went 2-0 with two wins over top-50 opponents, one of them on the road.

However, my guess is that IU doesn’t quite make it.

The Hoosiers have dropped in the Others Receiving Votes category the last few weeks, so they have nine or ten teams to leapfrog. And while Indiana’s two wins this week were impressive, neither had a significant impact on IU’s computer rankings. The Hoosiers remain 25th in KenPom, which is right about where they were to start the week.

Gary Parrish of CBS Sports released his Top 25 And 1 on Sunday, and it did not include the Hoosiers, despite including eight other Big Ten teams.

On a related note, 12 Big Ten teams have at least one win over a team currently in the KenPom top 50. Of those teams, only three have scored four victories over top-50 opponents: Michigan, Michigan State, and Indiana.

If the Hoosiers keep racking up quality wins, the rankings will take care of themselves.

In schedule notes …

When Indiana takes the floor against Butler on Saturday, the Hoosiers will have had six full days in between games. That will be the longest stretch without a game that Indiana has had since the season began, and it comes at a perfect time.

For a team that has battled a slew of injuries, which has impacted practice rotations as much as it has impacted game rotations, this will be a great opportunity for Indiana to get some valuable practice time, as the Hoosiers work to improve their still-up-and-down on-court chemistry.

In recruiting news …

Class of 2019 signees Armaan Franklin and Trayce Jackson-Davis both turned in strong performances at Saturday night’s Forum Tip-Off Classic, with Archie Miller in attendance. Franklin drained five 3s in a victory, while Jackson-Davis had 18 points and 8 rebounds in a loss.

2019 target Keion Brooks also had a great night, scoring 22 points and grabbing 9 boards. After the game, he said he is looking to make his decision in the next month or so. He also said that he and Jackson-Davis talk “every single day” and that “Me and him potentially being teammates is something scary.”

And we had a couple of birthdays over the weekend …

Happy birthday to Steve Risley, who played on Indiana’s 1981 National Championship team. And happy birthday to Luke Jiminez, who was a role player for Indiana in the late 90s.

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On Saturday, Indiana defeated Louisville in a close one, 68-67. After the game, our crew broke it all down on The Assembly Call IU Postgame Show.

On the mics for this episode: Jerod Morris, Ryan Phillips, and Zach McCrite.

Among the topics discussed:

— How Rob Phinisee came up huge, again, for Indiana in a clutch situation.
— Romeo Langford’s ability to rebound from a difficult start to make huge plays down the stretch.
— Why Juwan Morgan was less aggressive than usual early in the game … and why that was absolutely okay.
— The impressive and essential contributions from De’Ron Davis and Justin Smith
— Why a particular type of matchup seems to be giving Al Durham trouble.
— The important aftermath of Archie Miller going apeshit about Indiana missing more free throws late.

We also point out a few meaningful moments you may have missed, go inside the numbers, and hand out our game balls. All of that, and more, on this edition of The Assembly Call.

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[453 LIVE] IU-Louisville Postgame Show: 'Big Shot Rob' Strikes Again - YouTube

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This week on Assembly Call Radio, we discuss the most important stories from the past week in Indiana basketball.

On the mics: Jerod, Andy, and Ryan.

• [00:27] In Segment One, we deliver our opening thoughts, provide the details of the content we’re running with Comfort Option for Pacers-Hornets tickets, and then take a look around the Big Ten with each team’s first two games in then books.

• [15:29] In Segment Two, we analyze Clifton Moore’s performance at Penn State and whether it suggests he deserves more playing time moving forward. There were certainly some good plays, but a closer look at the tape also revealed some deficiencies that may explain why Archie has been reluctant to play him more.

• [29:47] In Segment Three, we discuss how you get players like Clifton, Jake, and Damezi time on the court to develop when you’re trying to play and win close games against good opponents. And then we discuss how you handle some of your top players — like Devonte Green and Justin Smith — struggling with correctible errors like turnovers. How much leeway do you give them to work through their struggles?

• [43:46] And in our final segment, we answer your questions. What is the former Hoosier who is closest player comp for Ryan (as a player)? What is Zach McRoberts’ role moving forward? And should you design your offense to prioritize your star player or for everyone to be able to find shots?

All of that and more on this week’s edition of Assembly Call Radio.

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[452 LIVE] Did Clifton Moore Show He's Ready for More Minutes? - YouTube

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