No teams from the state made the NCAA tourney, the first time that's happened since 2005. And only one in-state team made the NIT field.
Missouri Valley Conference runner-up Indiana State (23-10) plays Tuesday at Arkansas (21-11). It's the fourth time and second straight season the Sycamores have been chosen for the NIT.
It's been a tough few days in Bloomington.
On Friday, a New York newspaper cited an anonymous source in reporting some boosters wanted to buy out Crean's contract and replace him with former Indiana star Mike Woodson, the embattled Knicks coach. Athletic director immediately knocked down the rumors in a text message.
"There is no truth to it at all," Glass wrote.
On Saturday, freshman forward Collin Hartman tore the ACL in his right knee during a workout.
Less than 24 hours later, the season ended sooner than Crean expected.
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