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Hibbert scored the first bucket of the game, but the Jazz have since scored 10 straight. Vogel calls timeout.
Look for the Pacers to attack and control the inside game. Marvin Williams is out, and the Jazz give up 47ppg in the paint.
ESPN officials say the pit in front of the GameDay stage will open to fans at 7 a.m. on Saturday at Pan-Am Plaza. Show starts at 9 a.m.
. . .speculation is unseemly and you likely will end up looking bad. I could care less how it impacts his Heisman chances.
Media friends: Too much to ask not to speculate on Twitter if Winston will be charged? If you know for sure, fine. If not. . .
Pacers’ Christmas Day short-sleeve jersey is now available at the gift shop for $110. 3, 24, 55 http://t.co/VR2YSfA8OX
We'll have more on Corso later in the week, including some GameDay stuff and his thoughts on the Big Ten. Little appetizer today.
"The biggest thing going for (Kevin Wilson) is they clobbered Purdue," Corso said. "That means a lot psychologically to the whole program."
That feeling you get when you find something you had given up as lost...
Pagano: Toler, Conner, Gordy will ease back into drills/practice today.
Pagano: OT Xavier Nixon promoted in wake if Linkenbach's injury.
Pagano: Mario Harvey had meniscus tear so placed on IR.
Indiana Ice forward Dywer Tschantz commits to play college hockey at Cornell, per team release.
Corso told me has confidence Wilson is right guy for program. Said it's harder to turn around a defense because "you can't fool anybody."
Had a nice talk with Lee Corso this morning. Said he called IU coach Kevin Wilson to congratulate him on winning Old Oaken Bucket Game.
Just saw an ESPN promo for GameDay coming to Indy this weekend. We'll have coverage of it. More to come.
Just finished watching fruitvale station very powerful but sad movie feel bad for that family. Puts a lot in perspective
Also of note: the Heat’s 10-game win streak came to an end tonight. They lost at home to the Pistons, 107-97.
On the same day Jason Kidd separated w/ his right-hand man, Lawrence Frank, Brian Shaw’s Nuggets went into BKN and won by 24. Good for BShaw
PG: "While this is an individual honor, I share it with my teammates, the coaches and our franchise because we are all in this together.”
Paul George named Eastern Conference Player of the Month, just the third Pacer in franchise history to earn that honor.
Confession time: I thought the original "Anchorman" was OK, but hardly a classic. I've tired of the sequel already. Enough.
Pacers are in the NBA elite conversation. ESPN’s Around the Horn asking how big was the Blazers’ win over the Pacers.
Tengo fe en dios!!!
Parks and Linville first academic all-americans in football in school history, per Franklin release.
Franklin College's Michael Parks (Shelbyville) and Kyle Linville (Speedway) named to D-III Capital 1 Academic all-American team. (1)
Kudos to my sports writing friends putting together the all-state football teams for AP. Did it for three years. A lot of work for no pay.
Bulls assign former Pike High standout Marquis Teague to Iowa in NBA's D-League.
someone will always have something to say, no matter how you doing...
Saw the news this morning that Diane Lane is officially divorced. Yeah, I'm going to be distracted for the rest of the day.
Where is the ripping on Florida State? ACC is truly awful. Only tough game Seminoles had was win over annually-overrated Clemson team.
Much of the criticism of Ohio State's schedule is fair. Big Ten was fourth-best league behind SEC, Pac-12 and Big 12. However. . .(1)
For the record: Saturday's ending second-best I remember in college f-ball history behind Stanford-Cal. Flutie TD pass overrated, IMO.
ESPNU re-played the Auburn-Alabama game this morning. Fascinating to watch and listen to the closing minutes with what we now know.
Got away for a few days for a wedding, to spend time with my Mom and to enjoy Saturday's college f-ball to fullest. Happy to be back.
Calvin and Hobbes flow.
Hibbert (cont.): "Whenever I got an offensive rebound, I always looked for him on the perimeter and he hit some 3s."
Hibbert said that when he and PG checked in for the final time, PG said, 'hey big dog, let's me and you let's do this.’ ...
Vogel on Lance: He’s playing too unselfishly. There were 3 or 4 times he was at the rim, looking to pass. He just had a poor shooting night.
Funny how people talk about wanting to see "team ball." But bball games are most fun when one guy goes off, right? Nothing wrong with it.
Upside of the loss for Pacers, I guess, is that it reduces chance of a letdown at Utah.
PG on his failure to complete the Reggie Miller three-point double off the turnover: "I wish I could get that shot back."
Paul George single-handedly gave the Pacers a chance, scoring their final 15 pts. Blazers shot 50% and were 15-of-16 at the line in the 4Q.
Pacers starting backcourt combined for 8 points on 2-of-11 shooting.
Blazers hand the Pacers their second loss of the season, 106-102. PG with 43. Blazers +14 at the foul line.
One more loss blows my 80-2 prediction.
Paul George now with a career-high 43 points on 16-of-30 shooting, 7-of-15 from outside.
Everybody thought the same thing watching that flurry, didn't they?