Hoosier Morning

California native Tommy Thompson and his skateboard are starting to roll for the IU soccer team, I wrote.

A rash of injuries is testing the depth of Indiana’s offensive line, Dustin wrote.

The IU women’s soccer team continued to the best start in school history with a 3-0 win against Xavier, I wrote.

Tom Crean is just one of a number of big-name coaches to come through Marion in the recruitment of James Blackmon Jr., Kyle Neddenriep of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Kevin Wilson knows how to put up points against Missouri, Stu Durando of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes.

Wilson keeps finding ways to keep the Hoosiers’ quarterback battle alive, Ross Dellenger of the Columbia Daily Tribune blogs.

There’s a 40 percent chance Isaiah Whitehead stays in the New York metro area when he announces his decision today, the New York Daily News reports.

Robert Johnson saw his stock skyrocket and now he’s ready to cash in with his college decision Friday, Eric Kolenich of the Richmond Times-Dispatch writes.

Guard Ahmed Hill and JUCO center Stephen Hurt both announced Wednesday that they will not take planned visits to IU, Alex Bozich of InsidetheHall.com writes.

Just like Tommy Thompson, The Mamas and The Papas are “California Dreamin.”


  1. What quarterback battle? Sudfeld is IU’s quarterback, and that should be obvious to anyone who has watched him play this year, including IU’s head coach.

  2. The odds makers in Vegas held a line early in the week with Mizzou as 5 1/2 point favorites. Now they have IU giving 1 point. I suspect money from both sides to take some of this.

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