Hoosier Brunch

Since this is coming up post-chat today, we’re officially Hoosier Brunch again.

1. HOOSIERS HQ

Kentucky might not be beaten on tangible factors alone on Saturday night, but Indiana has some intangibles working in their favor. My column.

Dustin spoke with football coach Kevin Wilson, wrapping up a disappointing 1-11 season, and clearly Wilson isn’t happy with the result either.

Despite the struggles, Andy looks at the silver lining for Indiana football, following IU’s 1-11 season. He takes an especially close look at stats that may be a sign of positives to come.

Dustin goes position-by-position for the football team next year, looking at what’s left to build on in the 2012 season.

Camp Crean is now closed, but students who waited overnight in the cold will be rewarded with the best seats in the house, Dustin wrote.

The Hoosier women dropped another one on the road last night to St. Bonaventure — their fifth straight.

2. INDIANA BASKETBALL

Camp Crean creates new University policy, from Connor O’Gara of the IDS.

Pete DiPrimio of the FW News-Sentinel and Avi Zaleon of the IDS did a Q&A about Indiana with The Kentucky Kernel.

Dick Vitale and Dan Dakich say rivalry games like IU-Kentucky are good for college basketball, from Herald-Reader’s Jerry Tipton.

3. INDIANA FOOTBALL IN REVIEW

ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg reviews Indiana’s 1-11 season and names MVP’s.

3 comments

  1. Does anyone know why we lost the football recruit Dante Blackmon DB GA, where he will be going, what happened to the 5 recruits that visited last weekend, and who will be on campus this weekend?

  2. Calipari pushing for neutral site basketball games just shows how out of touch he is with college basketball fans. Sure, UK could pocket a bigger television paycheck as 15,000 disinterested fans sit in their seats at Madison Square Gardens, clapping politely after great plays. College basketball should be about rabid fans on their feet screaming their lungs out. That doesn’t happen on a neutral court.

  3. Chet- Neutral sites suck in general. Have you ever thought about how awesome the Super Bowl would be if we went back to playing it in the stadium of the team with the best record?

    Sadly, neutral sites are just another example of how things that would be good for fans get trampled over and over again by business interests.

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