Hoosiers impressivein Garden Pitt-stop (New York Post)
"With Bob Knight looking on from the Garden stands -- watching Indiana in person for the first time since his firing in 2000 -- coach Tom Crean showed his Hoosier reclamation project is well under way. They cruised past Pittsburgh, 74-64, in the Jimmy V Classic, turning the Panthers into little more than a speed bump on their road back to relevance."
- Oh, what a night! (Hoosiers Insider | The Indianapolis Star)
Hoosiers get big win in big city (The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind.)
"Verdell Jones III scored 22 points as Indiana defeated Pittsburgh 74-64 in the most impressive win of the Tom Crean era."
Indiana basketball upends Pitt to give Crean 200th win (The Courier-Journal)
"Indiana broke open a close game with two 7-0 runs in the second half. The first was capped by the Hoosiers' only three-point field goal in seven attempts, Devan Dumes' long jumper that made it 48-37 with 11:04 to play."
Inspired Hoosiers earn win in Jimmy V Classic (Indiana Daily Student)
"For the first time under Crean, IU truly looked like and played like a veteran team – perhaps a glimpse into the future of Hoosier basketball."
Watford, Jones lead young team to victory (Indiana Daily Student)
"We knew we squandered a great opportunity last week at home against Maryland because of our defense, because of our lack of ball pressure, because of our lack of sticking with our game plan," IU coach Tom Crean said.
Indiana gets confidence boost as UK looms - College Basketball Nation Blog (ESPN)
"The Hoosiers still are looking at a monumental challenge Saturday at Assembly Hall in Bloomington. But to pull off a major upset in UK’s first true road game of the season, the Hoosiers had to enter the game with some sort of confidence. They have plenty now after holding off the Panthers 74-64 in the nightcap of the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden."
Indiana knocks off Pitt in Jimmy V Classic (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
"Madison Square Garden isn't so friendly to Pitt anymore. The Panthers fell to Indiana, 74-64, on Tuesday night in the 15th annual Jimmy V Classic for a rare setback in the world's most famous arena."