Catching Up With: Kyle Taber

When Kyle Taber walked-on to Indiana before the 2004 season, there's no way he knew what rollercoaster ride he was getting on.

Following a redshirt year, Taber debuted during Mike Davis's tumultuous final season in Bloomington, which led to a mid-season resignation announcement. A promising start to his junior year was torpedoed by allegations from the NCAA against Kelvin Sampson, resulting in his firing and a brief stint with interim coach Dan Dakich. While his senior year was far more stable, the 2008-09 season was Tom Crean's first of a massive rebuild of the program, and resulted in just one Big Ten win. 

The forward who saw four head coaches in his time at Indiana, who is involved in head coaching himself, looked back on five crazy years with the Hoosiers, and how he's stayed involved in basketball. Listen:

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