I am a freelance journalist with 15 years experience in the newspaper industry. I've been a cops reporter, copy editor, and sports editor, and I currently cover Indiana University sports for two separately-owned newspapers.
By Andy Proffet Tribune-Star correspondent * Bloomington A little more communication has gone a long way in putting Indiana in control of the Big Ten title race. "We're always talking other team's tendencies. We listen to each other. We just take it onto the court," IU senior point guard Yogi Ferrell said after Saturday's 77-73 win over Purdue.
BLOOMINGTON - One of them was going to be the hero, the two seniors who so personify their teams. Indiana point guard Kevin Yogi Ferrell, who's alternated between scorer and playsetter as the Hoosiers have needed him. Purdue center A.J. Hammons, likewise his team's top scorer, even while not starting, or even playing, every game.
Alex Krach has heard the Grover Museum called "the community's best-kept secret." "Well, I want that secret out, and so does the board of directors," Krach said. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety.