After posting arguably the best single-season line in program history, McGinnis had a few good reasons to turn pro. But IU might have hung another banner had he chosen to stay through his senior year.
"Hello, friends. This is Jim Nantz, alongside my partner in crime, the venerable Bobby Knight"
Is there room for eight banners on the south wall of Assembly Hall?
What if ... former IU football coach Clyde Smith hadn’t resigned after an ‘open and undercover campaign’ to oust him?
Just imagine if Twitter burner accounts existed in the ‘50s, folks!
The architect of the no-huddle offense got his head coaching start at IU, but he didn’t stay long
Before he became American football’s most renowned coach, Rockne was recommended for a vacant assistant coaching position at Indiana. But IU passed. Oops!
In the 1950s, Indiana wasn’t merely bad at football. It was also bad at cheating — and the entire athletic department paid the price
Who knew Syracuse played a 2-3 zone! Not me!