Indiana basketball program stirred up after crazy night

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[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="629"] (h/t btownbanners.com)[/caption] According to the Bleacher Report, Indiana University might be a little short on their basketball roster this season. Last night sophomore forward Devin Davis was injured in an early morning car accident. How he was injured just makes the story crazy. Preliminary information says the accident occurred on Indiana University's campus and involved two basketball players, Davis and Emmit Holt. Davis was injured after Holt stuck him with a vehicle just moments after Davis got out of the car. Davis is listed as in serious condition at IU Health Bloomington. Holt was cited for illegal consumption and operating a vehicle with a BAC above 0.02, with a BAC of 0.025. In Indiana, the BAC limit is .08, but if you are under aged (Like Holt) the limit is only .02 percent. You might remember earlier in the year junior forward Hanner Mosquera-Perea was arrested on DWI charges. Not to mention the underage consumption charges against junior guard Yogi Ferrell and sophomore guard Stanford Robinson. The Bleacher Report did state that Crean has been with Davis and his family throughout the night. While the extent of his injuries have not been disclosed, Crean texted ESPN.com to tell them Davis had a "Big 48 hours coming", which show the injuries are probably very severe. Crean decided to call off today's open practice and scrimmage. Thoughts from BBN go out to Devin Davis as he recovers and hopefully he will be able to make it back on the court soon. There are some things you wouldn't even wish on your worst enemy. (H/t Bleacher Report) @Sealey_KSR  

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