Hoosiers tie in-state rival Butler 1-1. http://www.iuhoosiers.com/menssoccer/news/03-04/msc10-02-03.html Jerry Yeagley's chances of breaking the all-time win record were slim when the season started and are almost non existant now. IU is now 2-3-4 and has nine regular season games left. Yeagley needs 15 wins to tie Steve Negoesco's 544 W's and barring an unbelievable undefeated streak that lasts till the Final Four, he ain't going to catch him this year. He has repeatedly said that he won't change his mind on retirement and come back next year just to break the record so it would appear that record is safe. And, if Yeagley doesn't break it, I don't see anyone on the immedaite horizon - and I mean the next 10 years - doing it unless Bruce or Sigi come back to college ball!