Hoosier Morning

Tom Crean at $2.5 million and Kevin Wilson at $1.2 millions top the income chart for Indiana University employees, Mike Leonard writes.

Self-evaluation shows Indiana that it still has work to do, even if Crean isn’t elaborating on the details, Dustin wrote.

IU women’s recruit Tyra Buss has plenty of hype and plenty of hard work too, Mike Miller writes.

Not invited to the NFL Combine, IU’s Adam Replogle has something to prove at Monday’s Pro Day, Dustin wrote.

Dan Dakich engages in a Q&A about the infamous 1984 tourney game against North Carolina and Michael Jordan, with Shane Ryan of Grantland.com.

Victor Oladipo is a player to watch and Indiana got a good deal in this breakdown of the East Region, from ESPN.com’s Eamonn Brennan.

Indiana is the Big Ten’s best chance to end a 13-year title drought, Michael Rosenberg of SI.com writes.

New Mexico coach and former Hoosier Steve Alford says this is a tournament his team can do some damage in, John Branch of the New York Times blogs.

In a swirl of double entendres and shallow, physical judgements, Will Sheehey is among Cosomopolitan.com’s hottest guys of March Madness.

Since we’re talking money this morning, how about this seminal video from Dire Straits (with guest star Sting), “Money for Nothing.”


  1. First time I’ve visited Cosmopolitan.

    Looks like the Hoosiers are covering ‘all the bases’.

    Did not see that one coming. First team? Second team?

    Gives a new edge to ‘first off the bench’ and/or ‘6th man award’.

    Congradulations Will. I think. This have anything with your shot being off lately? I need to stop before I get in trouble again.

  2. In other news, Gunner is officially leaving Notre Dame and transferring. Isn’t a good trait of a good quarterback decision making? I am glad he decided not to come to IU.

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