Hoosier Morning


As always, my IU review.

The Hoosiers fell in the poll, as they slip on both sides of the ball, Dustin wrote.


Mark Titus of Grantland.com watched the Indiana-Ohio State game and wonders how good is Indiana?

Balance yields bevy of Big Ten upsets, LaMond Pope of the Journal Gazette wrote.

Hoosiers drop only slightly in the polls despite losses, Tim Etheridge of the Courier Press wrote.

Ryan Corazza of Inside the Hall says Sunday was a “mixed bag” in his film session this week.


Michigan State coach Tom Izzo says the Big Ten is the best he’s seen in a long time, writes Brian Rosenthal of the Lincoln Journal Star.

Michigan’s frontcourt will have its hands full against the loaded Spartans, Nick Baumgardner of AnnArbor.com writes.

Basketball rivalry between Michigan and Michigan State is starting to heat up, Joe Rexrode of the Lansing State Journal writes.

The Big Ten race is in a league of its own, Loren Tate of the Journal Gazette writes.


  1. If anyone has been paying attention, Gunner Kiel has now decommitted to LSU and has opened his recruitment yet again.

  2. Unfortunately IU is the worst defensive team in a defensive- oriented conference. Can anyone on the coaching staff teach defense and blocking out? If not, there will be no road wins and maybe more losses at home.

  3. Titus is insufferable. Some OSU has-been pushing the narrative that the Buckeyes were beaten by Indiana only because Thomas, Sullinger and Buford had foul trouble. He utterly fails to mention that our best player, Zeller, only played 21 minutes because of foul trouble and actually was the only one to foul out on a very questionable call. This is not a trivial comparison, as our offensive complexion completely changes with Pritchard or Elston replacing them.

    I’m not trying to claim IU is a better overall team that OSU, but I am tired of hearing the BS that OSU lost the game because of officiating.

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