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Filling out your bracket this March is going to be an absolute bitch, and it’s not about to get any easier. Indiana, who has held the country’s top ranking for 10 of 17 weeks this season, was the current No. 1 when it lost to Minnesota Tuesday night, 77-73.
Say what you will about college basketball before March, but it doesn’t all suck. Especially not this season, where for the fifth straight week now, the highest-ranked team in the country has lost. The victim: Indiana. The culprit: Illinois. The weapon: a buzzer-beater layup by Illini forward Tyler Griffey.
Life As The Enemy: A First-Hand Account Of Being A Michigan Fan In Indiana’s Student Section At Assembly Hall
SportsGrid’s own Matt Rudnitsky went to Michigan-Indiana, No. 1 vs. No. 3 in Assembly Hall, in his Michigan gear, on Saturday night. In the Indiana student section. His harrowing tale of abuse, after the jump.
No. 1 Indiana thought today’s game against unranked Butler was going to be a cakewalk. They ended up being the ones getting walked, and by a former walk-on, no less. Oops, just did that thing where you write something so many time it doesn’t look like a word anymore.
If you are a fan of a team that plays basketball in Indiana, there is a good chance last night was a banner night for you, for what happened at both the college and pro levels. What exactly do we mean? Well, if you are a fan of one of those teams, you probably know already, but if you don’t, join us as we break down last night’s action.
“Just Keep Getting Allowance From My Dad”: The Terrific Parody Music Video Explaining Why Cody Zeller Skipped Out On The NBA Draft
You see them all the time. Those signs, held by fans at the televised sporting event you’re watching, displaying an acronym for the network broadcasting the game in question. It’s a time-honored strategy, and one that sports fans have been employing for years to get on TV. But last night, that strategy may have been abused.