Hoosier Morning

The Indiana football team gets a passing grade on its mid-term, Andy writes.

Ohio linebacker Airius Moore became the latest commitment for the IU football recruiting class of 2-14, Dustin wrote.

Tight end is Indiana’s lone mid-season All-Big Ten selection, Adam Rittenberg and Brian Bennett of ESPN.com blog.

Nate Sudfeld was the offensive MVP and Tim Bennett the defensive MVP for the first half, Mitch Sherman of ESPN.com blogs.

Michigan has historically beaten up on Indiana more than any other Big Ten foe and looks to continue the trend Saturday, Josh Slagter of MLive.com writes.

Rookie Cody Zeller and veteran Al Jefferson are being counted on to lead the Charlotte Bobcats to relevance, Sekou Smith of NBA.com writes.

The IU soccer team travels to VCU tonight looking to snap an O-for-October and four-game losing streak, Alyssa Extin of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

The fathers of former IU commits Trey Lyles and James Blacmon Jr. talk about this weekend’s visit to Big Blue Madness at Kentucky, Ben Roberts of the Lexington Herald-Leader writes.

Well, I’m back from vacation with the first and last Hoosier Morning of the week, so a song that fits my day — “Dirty Laundry” by Don Henley.

Don Henley – Dirty Laundry (Live, Inside Job) by zocomoro

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  1. …GAME DAY… Hoping the Hoosiers can have a penalty free day. A W at AA would put a brighter light on this program, give a cushion for attaining a 6-6 bowl eligibility season and invite positive recruiting vibes for the future. If a W does occur how does Wilson temper the success euphoria for the next game? No doubt he would welcome that challenge. On thing is for certain this Brady Hoke Meatchicken is not the Meatchicken of their past nor MSU 2013. I have a Son who lives near Ann Arbor, he will be there today with my future Daughter-in law and with their Crimson on.

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