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Hoosier Headlines for February 15, 2010: Wisconsin post-mortem, etc.

  • Oates: Jason Bohannon's game is taking a big step up (Madison.com)
    "There was absolutely nothing quiet about Bohannon's game in the University of Wisconsin's 83-55 blowout of Indiana in a Big Ten Conference men's basketball game at the Kohl Center. The senior guard scored 30 points, eclipsing his collegiate-high by 10."

  • Watford forced to play it through (The Indianapolis Star)
    "You don't really want to be embarrassed, and that's what motivates me,'' Watford said. "When I looked at the scoreboard today, I just thought, 'Now, this is embarrassing. We're a way better team than this.' "We should never be down 28 points to anyone. We just need to keep on fighting.''

  • The dogmas of the quiet past (Inside the Hall)
  • To win again, IU needs to play a complete game (Hoosiers Insider | The Indianapolis Star)
  • Badgers win rebounding, turnover battle (The Badger Herald: Sports)
    "I’m looking forward to the day when we can come into this building, and other buildings inside the Big Ten, and really understand that the way we compete, the toughness that we bring, the mindset that we bring, is going to be what gets us a chance to win," IU head coach Tom Crean said after the game. "Those are the things we have to continue to talk about, work on, show and do to give us a chance to compete in these types of games."

  • Wisconsin rebounds in convincing win (The Daily Cardinal)
    "The Grateful Red were given free towels to cheer on the Wisconsin men’s basketball team Saturday against Indiana, but it was the Hoosiers who threw in the towels moments after the tip-off."

  • Early, frequent mistakes doom IU versus Badgers (Indiana Daily Student)
    "The Hoosiers, plagued by bad starts, have lost by 17 points in games against Northwestern and Ohio State in the past week. An 83-55 loss to Wisconsin on Saturday can now be added to that list."

  • IU hits historically low losing streak (Indiana Daily Student)
    "I’m just disappointed in the lack of fight we’re showing," Jones said. "Even last year when we were struggling, we showed fight every game."

  • IU assistant Johnson headed to Bills (Big Ten Blog - ESPN)
    "[Bobby] Johnson's hiring in Buffalo won't be official until early next week, but he's expected to sign a contract to become an assistant offensive line coach for new Buffalo head man Chan Gailey."