DAYTON, Ohio (WISH) - Indiana went through a spirited one hour workout at Dayton Arena excited and ready to go. Having a thousand or so fans on hand didn't hurt.
"Our fans are awesome,"said senior Jordan Hulls. "We expect them to be loud as they have all year. This will feel like a home game."
They know being a top seed means a big target, but Christian Watford doesn't think it's added pressure.
"Lets hope we don't start a trend. Number one seeds are perfect against sixteens. As long as we play our game, Hoosier basketball, we should be good,"said the senior, making his last appearance.
The guys think president Obama picking them to win is also pretty cool.
"Yeah, it is pretty neat. I haven't agreed with some of his other decisions that he's made, but, oh, I'm going to get in trouble for this," said Zeller. "I fully agree with everything Obama does."
8 P.M. UPDATE: The latest snowfall totals vary across Indiana. Areas north of downtown Indianapolis such as Westfield and Pendleton received 3.1 inches of snow as of 7:30 p.m. Areas south of Indianapolis in Nashville, Bloomington and …
The cold weather and overnight snow created some extra work for crews on Georgia Street on Friday.
The Big 10 championships are in Indianapolis this weekend.