BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) Indiana coach Tom Crean could spend all season preaching the intricate details of college basketball. He may never have a more captive audience.
Eight months after a stunning conclusion to a mediocre season, the Hoosiers have opened their minds and ears to playing basketball a different way this season.
"I felt like last year, sometimes it was in the heat of the moment where people didn't want to hear things from some people," sophomore guard Stanford Robinson said without divulging names. "This year, I feel like everyone is listening."