Hoosier Morning

IU track and field director Ron Helmer hasn’t let cancer slow his pace, Dustin writes.

The Indiana soccer team heads to South Bend tonight for a rematch of last year’s NCAA Tournament game, Andy writes.

When will ‘we don’t leave’ be true for IU football fans, asks Robby Howard of the Indiana Daily Student.

Former Hoosier Eric Gordon won’t play in an exhibition game for New Orleans for another two weeks, Jim Eichenhofer of Pelicans.com reports.

Victor Oladipo brought the intensity to the Orlando Magic’s first practice, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel writes.

Head coaches at Indianapolis Tech and Fort Wayne South were suspended one game, along with some players and assistant coaches, in the wake of Friday night’s brawl, Kyle Neddenriep of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Just for Dustin, who I am officially not speaking to right now, a celebration of the Pittsburgh Pirates with Sister Sledge and “We Are Family.”

One comment

  1. Lord, feeling old seeing those shots of Clemente. I generally don’t care for the Pirates(traditionally one of the few teams I used to be able to count on the Cubs having a better than .500 record against)….until I see shots of Clemente. Hope Pittsburgh can make some real noise. Clemente was truly the last American hero of sports.

    I have a Topps baseball card of Clemente from the late ’60’s. A rookie card of Joe Namath is one of my other treasures from a small childhood collection. I will take notice of all offers over six figures.

    Great song too. Finally a tune I actually enjoyed. Bad Company’s ‘Rock and Roll Fantasy’ was also decent. Favorite Bad Company tune was ‘Silver, Blue, and Gold’ from the Running with the Pack album. I digress.

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