Hoosier Morning

The IU women’s basketball team stayed focused on defense en route to an easy exhibition win over UIndy, Jon wrote.

The IU men host UIndy tonight in the final exhibition tuneup at Assembly Hall, Mike writes.

Disappointing receivers and a thin margin for error are among the things we learned from IU’s loss to Penn State, Mike writes.

Goalkeeper Colin Webb helped Indiana top Northwestern in a penalty kick shootout with his feet, not his hands, we reported.

Friday night’s IU Hall of Fame inductions were all about coming home to Indiana, Mike wrote.

IU gets one last evaluation of where it stands before the real games begin against UIndy tonight, Chris Goff of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

Indiana athletic director Fred Glass read the basketball Hoosiers the riot act last week and promises greater consequences, Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com writes.

IU football remains one decent quarterback from winning a game, Brody Miller of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

A film session breakdown of the good and bad from Hanner Mosquera-Perea’s exhibition performance last Thursday, by Ryan Corazza at Inside the Hall.

There are five areas Tom Crean needs to negotiate with near perfection to keep his job at Indiana, Kent Sterling at KentSterling.com writes.

A dedication to Fred Glass’ riot act — Quiet Riot with “Bang Your Head (Metal Health).”