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The Podcast Was Good: Bucket Game Glory, Men’s and Women’s Basketball Dominance

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One of the most exciting Bucket games in recent memory, one of the biggest non-conference wins for Archie Miller and one of the best teams in women’s basketball history

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After a week off for the holidays, Jacob and Auston return with tons of talk about tons of success at Indiana. First, they start off by discussing a very memorable Old Oaken Bucket game, touching on the play of Peyton Ramsey, Sampson James, Whop Philyor and Tiawan Mullen.

The two also look at the bowl projections, where Indiana might end up and who the fanbase should be rooting for heading into the conference championship games.

Then the two talk about the men’s basketball team at length for the first team this season after one of the biggest non-conference wins for Archie Miller. Both Devonte Green and Trayce Jackson-Davis had huge games in the win, the latter scoring a career-high in points.

The two then discuss the women’s basketball team, who capped off an incredible week of games with a road win at Miami. Under Teri Moren, the Hoosiers continue to piece together the best season in program history.

They wrap up by discussing the unceremonious end of the men’s soccer season in the NCAA tournament and what the future holds for the Hoosiers.

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