Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Tevin Coleman gets the headlines, but Indiana has proven to have a deep stable of running backs, Mike writes.

The No. 17 IU soccer team allowed a season-high two goals but scored a season-high four goals for its fifth victory of the season, I wrote.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Stopping Tevin Coleman and the IU rushing attack has Maryland on edge, Aaron Kasinitz of The Diamondback writes.

Winning on the road will be key to Maryland’s debut season in the Big Ten, starting in Bloomington, Don Markus of the Baltimore Sun writes.

Bobby “Slick” Leonard is remembered for his game-winning free throws in 1953, but he hasn’t forgotten the sting of 1954 in the second part of a Q-and-A, from Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel.

Indiana baseball officially announced the 2015 schedule on Wednesday, at IUHoosiers.com.

More blitzing, and more effective blitzing, was one of the takeaways in this week’s defensive film study, from Dan at PuntJohnPunt.com.

Tom Crean was scouting a 7-foot junior college center in the 2015 class Wednesday, btpowerhouse.com reports.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Almost as good as the IU defense, Sweet with “Ballroom Blitz.”