Hoosier Morning

It’s win the Big Ten Tournament or bust for Indiana, and particularly senior Will Sheehey, Dustin wrote.

Position-by-position matchups for Illinois and Indiana, from Dustin.

The postseason means cliches, but Indiana will need more than that to buck the odds in Indianapolis, I wrote.

The 2012 national champion IU soccer team reunited to meet the President and visit the White House on Monday, I wrote.

Illinois is playing its best and has notions of winning its way onto the NCAA bubble in Indianapolis, starting with Indiana, Steve Greenberg of the Chicago Sun-Times writes.

Kendrick Nunn and Nnanna Egwu are the two most important players for Illinois in its third meeting this season with Indiana, Michael Wonsover of the Daily Illini writes.

Noah Vonleh should return for another season, if only for himself, Evan Hoopfer of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Indiana isn’t looking at its tournament history for inspiration,the Hoosiers just want to make history, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel wrote.

Former Hoosier Rodger Saffold failed his physical with the Raider, and now is returning to the Rams, who say nothing is wrong with the offensive tackle’s shoulder, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.

It’s win the Big Ten or bust, which will require Indiana to shrug off the ghosts of past tournaments. Combine the two and you’ve got Ray Parker Jr. with “Ghostbusters.”