Catching Up With: D.J. White

Can you name Indiana's last conference player of the year? It wasn't Yogi Ferrell, or Victor Oladipo, or Cody Zeller, or even Eric Gordon - it was four-year big man D.J. White.

The Alabama native took home the honor after a terrific individual senior season, but the 2007-08 campaign is better remembered for the fallout of the Kelvin Sampson era amid NCAA rules violations. In fact, White's time at IU was mired by two different coaching stints coming to an end (Mike Davis resigned after his sophomore season), with interim coach Dan Dakich overseeing his final games as a senior.

The former All-American, who saw a total of three coaches in his time in Bloomington, joined us today to look back on his time at IU, the off-court troubles that plagued some of his teammates, and how his basketball life is going overseas in Turkey. Take a listen:

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