Hoosier Morning


As IU heads to Lincoln today, they find themselves battling themselves more than anything, Dustin wrote.

If you haven’t read it on the blog, here’s my Big Ten Power Rankings for this week.

Gunner Kiel, after decommiting from two schools, finally settled on Notre Dame.


Is IU’s game against Nebraska a must-win?, following two losses, Terry Hutchens of the Indy Star writes.

Inside the Hall’s Podcast on the Brink sits down with Kyle Neddenriep of the Indy Star and Evan Daniels of Scout.com to talk IU basketball recruiting.

The 3-point shot is paramount for Big Ten success, Connor O’Gara of the IDS writes.

After so many struggles on defense, the Hoosiers will seek to lock up on that side of the ball against Nebraska, Pete DiPrimio of the News-Sentinel wrote.

Avi Zaleon of the IDS scouts Nebraska.


The Huskers have had upset opportunities, but have yet to take advantage, writes Lee Barfknecht of the Omaha World-Herald.

Nebraska will need to shut down Indiana’s potent offense to keep up, Brian Rosenthal of the Lincoln Star writes.


  1. Another episode of Hoosier Lunch.

    Looking at Nebraska’s schedule, it concerns me. They’ve played almost everyone tight, and almost beat Wisky on road. Could be “Minnesota Lite” – a hard luck team waiting for a breakthrough against an underperforming favorite.

  2. Couldn’t agree more HT. If we come out the least bit passive tonight it will make for a long night in Lincoln. We need to come out and smack them in the mouth early to show who’s boss and then have no let up the rest of the way. if we come out timid and jack up 3 point shots every possession and have 15-20 turnovers we will suffer a similar fate to what we have witnessed the last few games. I believe we will come out with that necessary fire and win. Freshmen leadership from CZ will lead the way for everybody else.

  3. IU is a bottom tier defensive team maybe worst in the BIG.Does not translate well to road games. As long as Jones continues to get 25 plus minutes it will not be pretty. Nebraska has big guards plus plays great defense- maybe as tough as Wisconsin. We need to hope for a 25% shooting night for Nebraska and 50% for IU.

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