Indiana's Tom Crean defends decision to end Kentucky series Print
Written by Anthony Rome   
Wednesday, 09 May 2012 23:35
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Crean Defends Kentucky Decision

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana coach Tom Crean says the Kentucky series will end because the Hoosiers didn't want to play another game in Indianapolis.

On Wednesday, Crean told reporters that the decision was made because the Hoosiers already play one game in Indianapolis and hoped to keep as many games on campus as possible.

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Crean would not say whether the Hoosiers would look to add Louisville or Kansas to the schedule. He says adding another big name to a non-conference schedule that is already rife with strong opponents is not a necessity.

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