Hoosier Headlines for November 23, 2009: Bucket postgame and Puerto Rico coverage.

I'll look back at the George Mason game later today. 

  • Bucket game is as much about the future as it is the present(The Indianapolis Star)
    "And yet, it wouldn't surprise me if we're here one year from now -- certainly two years from now -- and both of these teams are playing the Bucket game with eyes on bowl berths." I'm sorry to say that it would surprise me.

  • Crean still confident after 0-3 trip (The Indianapolis Star)
    "There was a ton to learn from this tournament,'' Crean said. "There's disappointment, no question about that, but I hope the fans and the university and everybody stays with me on this and that's that there's no reason to be discouraged. We're going to get a lot better."

  • Former IU coach, player speaks at Andrean fundraiser (NWI Times)
    "People have a tendency to have short memories (with last year's 6-25 record)," Dakich said. "But as a former player and a former coach, I know what was left when Tom (Crean) got there, and I think he's going to do a great job. But it's going to take a little time."

  • Good, Bad and Ugly: George Mason (Inside the Hall)

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