deadline Bloomington, Indiana. (April 1, 2021, 8:00 am EST)-Mike Woodson’s exciting Coming2Bloomington story when the new Indian basketball coach returns to his alma mater in Indiana is on Thursday morning It ended suddenly when the legendary former Hoosiers star told Sports Illustrated Indiana that he was resigning. (auto focus)
Woodson was an outstanding player in Indiana from 1976 to 1980. He played in the NBA for 11 years and coached for 25 years. He lives in New York City-the most famous city in the world-and decided to move to Little Bloomington on Monday. Scott Dolson, the current sports director and former IU towel boy, offered him a job. (auto focus)
Woodson said: “I think about moving from New York City to Bloomington every morning and night every day, which really surprised me.”
Woodson is 63 years old this year. He grew up in downtown Indianapolis, then spent four years in Bloomington and became a great player for Bob Knight. But from there he lived in New York, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Houston, Cleveland, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Detroit, Atlanta, New York, Los Angeles and New York. (auto focus)
Big city, big fun. There is a small place in southern Indiana. If all students are not denied access to campus because of COVID, it will have a population of 84,000. (AF)
Woodson said that since he arrived in Bloomington, he has not been well received, because many fans of the Hall of Fame coach from his mother’s basement want a young, flashy and successful college coach, not An old man who has never had a coach. College competition. They don’t understand why Scott “Cletus” Dolson, the director of sports in Indiana, hired him in the first place. (AF)
Woodson said: “A guy in work clothes said,’I don’t know why Kristus is here to drug your tired old bones. He must owe you some fierce facts. In fact, sir, you started This team messed up, I personally hide your ass on the pine and send you to the Monon Line!” (Autofocus) * (Footnote, quoted by George Walker, “Indians”)
Woodson said that when he went out to “get newspapers, get newspapers,” he also couldn’t figure out the media situation in Indiana. (Footnote, “good guys”
“In my first press conference, there were about 40 people on the conference call, so I asked my assistant to go out and get all the newspapers across the state so that I could read all the newspapers. She was from Bloomington, Indianapolis. South Bend got newspapers, Lafayette, Muncie, Evansville, Richmond, Martinsville, Bedford ), French Lick, Paoli, Spencer and Clay City-every essay is the same novel. (Editor’s note: Sadly, this is not fictitious.)
Woodson said he drove to Bob Knight’s house and sat down to visit. He didn’t understand why all kinds of people in Bloomington were asking if the Cavaliers coach threw him to the chair. Woodson said: “It’s like the oldest and oldest joke in the history of Indiana basketball. It wasn’t funny 35 years ago, and it certainly isn’t funny anymore.” (AF) (Sadly, this is also true.) (of)
Woodson said he met with current players in Indiana, but he didn’t understand why Trey Galloway stuffed his pants into his socks, and why Christian Rand had a man’s fist instead of a rock like Woody. With that bald head and goatee, why Joey Brook’s back is worse than him, and why Trayce Jackson-Davis shook his left hand. (AF) (Sorry, TJD, just need to do this.)
He met all the new players beside all the statues in the hall of the hall. He wondered why he didn’t have a statue. “I only played six games and scored 2,000 damn points and won the top ten players of the year!!!” (AF) (Actually, the same is true, surprising.)
Woodson also wanted to know why his coach Bob Knight (Bob Knight) didn’t have a statue. He won three championships in the building. Woodson said: “If I want to stay, that will be the first thing I want to do.” (We all agree on this.)
Woodson said that after everyone listened to his press conference, he heard various requests and asked him to record voicemail messages for them, or record jingle sounds for their Tik-Tok videos—” But I didn’t do it. “I don’t know what it is,” Woodson said. (AF).
When live music was allowed, people at The Bluebird, Bloomington’s coolest music venue, asked him to come over and play saxophones for a while and then read the lyrics. The Bluebird guy said: “His voice is so cool, even if he is just looking at the phone book, we might sell out this place.” For your young people, the phone book is a large print object, where the name and phone number of each resident are in it. There was a time when “Siri, please call Lindsey’s cell” actually didn’t work.
With these, Silky Woodson decided to use these dumb sounds to record the audio version of the bedtime story instead of coaching basketball, so he announced the news on April 1. This soft and soothing sound “will make millions of dollars”, which is some smooth NYC record. What the producer said (AF) (Yes, young man, the music records are…oh, it’s okay. Now, vinyl records are back, you know what they are.)
If you want to know what all these (AF) symbols are after each heading and paragraph, it means… Food for April! ! !
Baby, Mike Woodson and those dulset tones won’t go away. He will find delicious Italian food in Bloomington, he will build a statue of Bob Knight, he will win many competitions, and he will also teach Tres Jackson-Davis ( Trayce Jackson-Davis) How to shake and bake with your right hand.
Mike Woodson will perform well in Bloomington. I really need to laugh this morning, and I hope you can laugh too.