Josh Flynt ('11) | Dec. 17, 2012 | In the Paint
Kudos to whoever had the idea to start the Crossroads Classic.
The concept is nothing extraordinary, really. Four teams. two games. One December afternoon in Indianapolis.
But in a state where people eat, sleep and breathe basketball, the event is a genius idea. A week and a half before Christmas, it felt more like mid-March as the Hoosier State’s four biggest college basketball teams met in the second annual Close the Gap Crossroads Classic.
In the first game between #22 Notre Dame and Purdue since 2004, the Irish survived the Boilermakers’ second half rally to improve to 9-1 this season.
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