The Indiana State Boys Basketball State Championships have been held at Bankers Life Fieldhouse since 2000 and have been an annual occurrence in Indianapolis for the majority of the tournament’s existence. The tournament attracts the largest audience in the country and is the final games are the exclamation mark of Hoosier Hysteria.
Stadium Journey Special Correspondent Lloyd Brown joins us to talk about Atlanta: a poor sports city, or just misunderstood? Also, the gang delves into the Stadium Arms Race, and we discuss epic road trips to Quebec Junior Hockey and Indiana high school basketball.
The Hatchet House is one the gems of Indiana high school gyms. The 7,090 seat arena is tucked away in the town of Washington and has been home to the Hatchets basketball since its dedication in 1966. The gym feels much more than a high school venue and its aesthetics and history make it truly a special place.
The Jack Butcher Sports Arena is known to many as The Lions Den and when you have posted only 5 losing seasons in the past 60 years, you know that playing at Loogootee High School is going be one of the toughest places for an opponent.
The Edinburgh Lancers play in front of a dedicated fanbase in a classical-style Indiana gymnasium that throws its hat into the list of smaller Hoosier Temples.