Hoosier Morning

Indiana State is focused on this year, not last year’s blowout loss to Indiana, Mike writes.

There’s a different feeling surrounding IU volleyball, which starts the 2014 season tonight at Connecticut, Mike writes.

Exhibition games brought encouraging signs for the IU soccer team’s defense, but the real test starts tonight against Georgetown, I wrote.

IU senior defensive lineman Bobby Richardson hopes to be the poster boy for the new-look defense, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

A brief, and unique, video preview of Indiana’s football opener, from the Indiana Daily Student.

Tre Roberson is still battling for the starting quarterback job at Illinois State, which doesn’t open the season until Sept. 6, Randy Reinhardt of the Bloomington Pantagraph writes.

An improved defense is key to IU soccer regaining top form this season, according to the Big Ten Preview by TopDrawerSoccer.com.

IU women’s soccer coach Amy Berbary has a homecoming of sorts at Auburn this weekend, but the Hoosiers just need to learn how to win on the road, Sam Beishuizen of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Nebraska assistant basketball coach Chris Harriman is facing a nightmare scenario as his 7-year-old son battles leukemia again, Gary Parrish of CBSsports.com writes.

New Big Ten member Rutgers looked like anything but a pushover in an upset win over Washington State Thursday night, Keith Sargeant of the Newark Star-Ledger writes.

Minnesota cruised past FCS No. 11 Eastern Illinois in the season opener Thursday, Marcus R. Fuller of the St. Paul Pioneer Press writes.

Who better to play on this Friday than a group called American Football? Here’s their song, “Never Meant.”


  1. Oh boy! Can you imagine how bad Tre Roberson is going to feel if he does not win the starting QB job at Illinois State? One would think that he would not have transferred to a lower division school (and lower quality school) unless he was very confident that he’d be the starter. Sounds like he’s in a highly competitive situation, again.

  2. Is the Live Chat transcript going to be posted? It’s already been removed from the Herald Times website…thanks!

  3. A big reason Roberson improved as a QB and played well; he was in a system that showed his abilities and was coached accordingly. He did not do himself a favor by transferring. Nor did he do a favor to IU unless he was going to be a dissatisfied cancer to the team.

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