It had been speculated for weeks. Now, it’s a reality: Indiana’s Noah Vonleh is turning pro. He arrived in Bloomington as a five-star recruit, the No. 3 power forward in the nation and the No. 8 player overall, according to rivals.com.
Tom Crean has announced Monday afternoon that redshirt sophomore Austin Etherington and sophomore Jeremy Hollowell will leave the Indiana men’s basketball program.
With the regular season in the rear-view mirror and the NCAA tourney underway, I decided it was a good time to share some of the things I didn’t expect to see this season in the Big Ten – whether it be from a team, player or coach. See my list of 21 things in this post.
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The NCAA tourney begins on Tuesday with four first-round games. Iowa will take part in the opening round, as it battles fellow No. 11 seed Tennessee. The other five Big Ten teams will wait until Thursday or Friday to take the lid off NCAA tournament play. Here’s an A-Z took at the Big Ten and the Big Dance.
It was an up-and-down season for Indiana. The Hoosiers went 17-15, including 7-11 in Big Ten play, and recorded four home wins over ranked foes, including eventual Big Ten regular-season champ Michigan. One season after being a No. 1 seed and making the Sweet 16, Indiana’s inconsistent campaign left it out of the NCAA tourney.