Indiana secured its first outright Big Ten regular season championship since 1993 with a thrilling one point victory against Michigan on Sunday. The Hoosiers, thanks to some timely missed one-and-ones from Tim Hardaway and Trey Burke, came back from a five-point deficit with under a minute. However, some post-game antics might overshadow one of the most thrilling games of this remarkable college basketball season.
As seen in the video below via @scottagness, Crean tells Meyer, who was an assistant under Kelvin Sampson when Indiana was punished for NCAA violation back in 2008, “You know what you did. You helped wreck our program.”
According to ESPN’s Andy Katz, Crean apologized to Jeff Meyer on the phone following the game. Jordan Morgan’s near game-winning tip-in for Michigan that just rimmed out.