BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) Romeo Langford walked into Assembly Hall and found his spot on the dais.
Then he started rattling off phrases Indiana Hoosiers fans dream about hearing. He's here to play basketball, enjoying working and against guys as talented as he is and intends to hang a sixth national championship banner in the rafters before leaving town.
In one of the Hoosiers' most anticipated media days in years, the soft-spoken freshman guard sounded every bit like Indiana's new leader.