Good Sportsmanship at Assembly Hall
Jan. 29, 2008
To Our Great Fans:
When I became the basketball coach at Indiana two years ago, it quickly became apparent to me that the amazing fan support our team receives is a big part of our home court advantage. Before our recent game against UConn at Assembly Hall, we had won 29 games in a row at home - and your cheering and rooting for our team was a huge factor in that streak.
We're going to keep winning at home with you behind us - and, our team needs not only your loyal support, but also your commitment to good sportsmanship. The atmosphere in Assembly Hall on game day is the best in college basketball, and I know that will never change. But, we should always remember to treat opposing teams and game officials with dignity and class. Root for the Hoosiers, not against the other team, and please don't use profanity - make Assembly Hall shake with noise and enthusiasm like only you can!
Down the stretch we will need every ounce of your support to win the Big Ten Championship - every game is very important. Help us reach this goal with fan spirit that we can all be proud of, and that represents the greatness of Indiana University!
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