Hoosier Morning

Tom Crean and Steve McClain instruct the Hoosiers during the game on Saturday against Michigan. Chris Howell | Herald-Times

THREE-POINT SHOT

1. INDIANA BASKETBALL

An explanation for the five-guard starting lineup, the next step to get Jordan Hulls open and what the bye week means for the Hoosiers in my postgame Q&A.

More on Indiana playing with a combative edge, from the IDS’ Greg Rosenstein. The first 35 minutes are the focus of the IDS’ Nathan Hart’s column.

Inside the Hall has its weekly recruit watch, including Hanner Perea.

The IU women lost in the final minute against No. 23 Penn State, Lynn Houser wrote.

2. BIG TEN BASKETBALL

Minnesota executed well enough, like it had before its recent slide, in a win against Iowa, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune’s Myron P. Medcalf wrote. The Gophers’ zone defense kept Iowa’s offense stagnated, the Des Moines Register’s Rick Brown wrote.

Illinois had plenty of motivation but still no fire in its belly in a loss to Purdue, the Champaign News-Gazette’s Paul Klee wrote. Purdue scored 54 points in finally securing a second-half comeback win, the Lafayette Journal & Courier’s Jeff Washburn wrote.

Talor Battle scored his 2,000th point in a win against Northwestern, but said he would trade the individual accomplishments for an NCAA Tournament bid, the Daily Collegian’s Emily Kaplan wrote.

Here are the updated Big Ten standings.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD

Hoosier Morning whole-heartedly believes that not only are the Arcade Fire one of the very best bands in music, but the fact they managed to keep a Grammy from disposable pop and bubblegum country should be honored and savored. To that end, here is Arcade Fire’s “We Used To Wait.”

3 comments

  1. I know that tickets for the South game go on sale today. Where do I go at South to get my tickets/what is the usual cost?

  2. They are usually available at either the front office or the athletic office. I’d check in with the front office first, just because they do like to know who is on campus at the time anyways.
    Tickets are usually $5.

  3. I loved Gwyneth Paltrow with Cee Lo Green performing “Forget You”. She melted my heart. There must be no hope for a totally uncool dude like me.

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