Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Turnovers remain one of the top concerns for Indiana, even in a blowout win over Kennesaw State, Dustin writes.

The non-conference season is over, and we still aren’t sure who these Hoosiers are, I wrote.

On Saturday, the unbeaten IU women’s basketball team scored a historic victory at Cleveland State, we reported.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Yogi Ferrell led the way as the Hoosiers cruised on Sunday, Chris Goff of the Associated Press wrote.

Less turnovers, more Luke Fischer and Stan Robinson is a good idea for IU as Big Ten play opens, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

Freshman Luke Fischer showed why he can play such a key role for Indiana down the stretch of the season, Evan Hoopfer of the Indiana Daily Student wrote.

Life coming off the bench and doing sock puppet shows is all new for Cody Zeller, he chronicles for SI.com.

IU men’s soccer freshman Tommy Thompson was named to the All-Freshman team nationally by College Soccer News and TopDrawSoccer.com.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
A little non-traditional Christmas music to get the holiday week started. Chris De Burgh with “A Spaceman Came Travelling.”

8 comments

  1. Interesting IHSAA stort in the Indy Star. 22 year fight over eligibility. Guy is 39 now but believes right-is-right.

    Harvary – the comment in ‘Let It Out’ (Indy Star), is that you.

    Jeremy – GO HOME. You guys enjoy the Holidays with family. Anything sports can wait till 12/31. Thanks for all the coverage and time you guys put in. Yeah, it’s your job, but you guys excell. Thanks.

  2. Ron-

    This is the place. Best Hoosier coverage. Best journalists. This is my Cheers. I only comment here while enjoying my Half Acre beers.

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