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Action starts in about 10 minutes. We'll be here all afternoon.
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Not a huge crowd here for the scrimmage, but a lot of very excited children.
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Hoosiers on the floor.
Hanner Perea is not dressed.
I should say he's not on the floor yet, if he will be at all.
He's dressed out. Doesn't look like he's participating though. No boot.
Sheehey, however, is on the floor. No visible brace on either ankle.
Indiana is doing some full-court break drills and listening to Survivor. The crowd is pleased.
My guess is 4000-5000 people here.
Not nearly as many as when Cody was there for his official.
Looking forward to hearing more about how Creek is progressing
Creek's out there starting, so it looks like we might see a pretty good amount of him today.
Ferrell, Creek, Oladipo, Hollowell and Zeller starting for red.
Hulls, Sheehey, Abell, Watford and Jurkin starting for white.
Here we go ...
RED: Ferrell, Zeller, Creek, Oladipo, Hollowell
WHITEL Abell, Sheehey, Waford, Hulls, Jurkin
Hulls again guarding Ferrell, just like in the Hoosier Hysteria scrimmage. The two of them looked pretty competitive then, so I'm curious to see how that goes this time around.
Sweet post feed and turnaround hook shot from Oladipo to Zeller, who had the bucket.
Really like the lineup with Yogi and Oladipo in together. Ball handling options will give defenses fits.
Ferrell certainly looking to pass first. Looks like he gave up a shot at a layup to dish it to Hollowell, who wasn't expecting it.
Some smart, simple passing getting the Crimson squad easy buckets right now, as they're up 16-4. Also, Ferrell making hard passes look easy.
Ok, somewhat unrelated, but since we are just hearing about Williams....If I am Crean, I'm doing everything I can to lock him up and have him sign in November. This may look bad, but sometimes thats what needs to happen. Thoughts?
Will have some later, assuming this goes through. Stay tuned.
Sorry, been dealing with the Williams stuff. Cream coming back into this game a little bit. Crimson still up 18-8.
We're getting a good look at how deep this squad is today. Both Abell and Etherington playing pretty well. I still can't get over how much bigger it looks like Abell has gotten.
Crimson's pace has slowed and they've gotten sloppy. Cream back in it at 18-15 down.
So it's a 15-2 run now from the White squad, which is just being more patient and smart, while Red team rushes shots badly.
Oladipo hits a contested, end-of-the-shot-clock 3-pointer. That's new.
Crean really sticking on Ferrell's man-to-man defense right now.
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