The Indiana Hoosiers might have the strangest NCAA Tournament resume for a power program in recent memory, but Archie Miller has some thoughts on if his program should make the Big Dance.
Well, to be fair, he doesn’t exactly know if his squad deserves to be in it, but he does believe the Hoosiers can win a game if given a pair of dancing slippers. How do we know this? He literally said as much after Indiana fell to the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Big Ten Tournament on Thursday.
“This team could win a game in the tournament because it’s played good ball here lately and also good ball early,” Archie Miller said. “You’re able to beat Marquette, Louisville, you get Michigan State twice, you’re able to get Wisconsin here lately. Those are all highly seeded teams. So, are we capable? Yes? Did we do enough? I’m not sure.”
Obviously, there will be push back from those who prefer a mid-major over a power program team without a stellar win-loss record getting in.
Either way, all the Indiana Hoosiers and Archie Miller can do now is wait to see what happens come Selection Sunday.
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