Hoosier Morning

Cooperation and investing in others were the themes of Tom Crean’s annual speech at the IU Auditorium Wednesday night, Dustin writes.

Cornerback Michael Hunter’s put a sports hernia and redshirt season behind him to become a more physical presence for the IU defense, Dustin writes.

Indiana football hasn’t shown it can play at a level to win in the Big Ten, Andy writes.

The IU soccer team was tripped up by No. 2 Notre Dame in South Bend, we reported.

Cody Zeller’s workout numbers blew away the Bobcats, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer writes.

IU defensive end Nick Mangieri has shown glimpses of hope for a struggling Hoosier defense, Travis Johnson of the Centre Daily writes.

It’s now or never for the Indiana football team to show its made some strides, Randy Beard of the Evansville Courier & Press writes.

No scholarships, no bowl games, but football is saving Division III colleges, Evin Dimerel of SBNation.com writes.

The baseball model is not the solution to the NCAA’s issues with basketball and football, John Infante blogs at Athleticscholarships.net.

A dedication to Michael Hunter, “Man on the Corner,” by Genesis.

One comment

  1. Interesting article from the IDS reporter on Fans leaving early. Not sure what his point is exactly on removing that piece of the song. If we looked at the Indiana fight song “Never daunted we cannot FALTER”, using his logic we need to remove it because we do faulter every year in football. Anyway, folks should lay off the fans, as they are not the problem. If he really is concerned about students not attending or leaving early, then pay for their tickets and all other football related fees, then you have an argument. If someone pays to attend a sporting event, then they can stay for the entire game or come into the game, buy a hotdog and coke and leave. It’s their money, their priviledge. Fans don’t buy into the moral victories or we are getting better philosophy. I believe Wilson is doing all he can to improve the team, but the results need to move into the W column. Then write columns about fan attendance.

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