When changes to the ways fouls would be called were announced, people feared the game devolving into prolonged free-throw contests. Instead, officials have brought the athleticism back and started to eliminate the physical combat that made the sport a mess.
Maurice Creek was supposed to big things at Indiana. That didn't quite work out. Now he's at George Washington, calmly nailing game-winners against Maryland (and capping a 25 point effort). Guess that change of scenery helped, eh?