Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Among the takeaways from Saturday’s game is that Indiana still has no pass rush, Mike wrote.

IU women’s soccer couldn’t pull off the upset against No. 8 Penn State on Sunday, we reported.

Indiana field hockey improved to 5-0, the best start in program history, we reported.

In case you missed Saturday’s IU-Bowling Green game coverage:
• Indiana had no answer for what befell them on the road, Mike wrote.
• IU quarterback Nate Sudfeld finally got untracked and showed increased maturity, Mike wrote.
• A host of red flags surrounded the Hoosiers’ performance in the second game of the year, I wrote.

2. IT’S INDIANA
The Hoosiers come in at No. 8 on this week’s college football Misery Index, Dan Wolken of USA Today wrote.

A.J. Guyton’s letter to Bob Knight was both moving and important for a younger generation of IU fans, Justin Albers of Scout.com wrote.

Indiana didn’t offer James Knapke a scholarship and the Bowling Green quarterback made the Hoosiers pay Saturday, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel wrote.

IU commit and Decatur Central QB Tommy Stevens has a world of potential, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Victor Oladipo and some Orlando Magic teammates took in some professional soccer Saturday night, Paul Tenorio of the Orlando Sentinel wrote.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Apropos for this Monday, The Beatles with “Misery” from 1963.