Hoosier Morning

Michigan State put Indiana on its heels, and the Hoosiers never fought back in a blowout loss, Mike writes.

A loss is a loss, but the Hoosiers’ lack of will vs. the Spartans was unacceptable, I wrote.

Indiana never found its footing in the Spartans’ romp and other takeaways, Jordan Littman of Inside the Hall writes.

IU submitted to Michigan State and must learn the lesson quickly or submit to more beatings, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

MSU’s defense simply smothered Indiana at the Breslin Center, Matt Charboneau of the Detroit News writes.

The Spartans showed an extra gear against the Hoosiers, one that has to extend to road games, Graham Couch of the Lansing State Journal writes.

Michigan State got its groove back thanks to Indiana, Kyle Austin of MLive.com writes.

The commitment of defensive end Brandon Wilson continued the recruiting momentum for Indiana and Kevin Wilson, David Woods of the Indianapolis Star writes.

A fitting theme after Monday night’s game — “No Show” by Kool and the Gang.

One comment

  1. The Star’s Woods has an informative article about Coach Wilson and IU’s positive recruiting even after 2 decommitted. But what he fails to predict is how the last 5 remaining scholarships will shape the total class. For the last 2 years Wilson and staff have closed out fast and hard. Landing each of the 2 years 3-4 players that 3 years ago was not imaginable. With the many coaching changes across the nation and those new coaches backfilling previously committed recruits to new schools somebody always gets soft when being recruited over. That’s opportunity for Wilson and staff. Also think about this Josh Heupel(OC)and Jay NorvellI(WR)have been fired by Bob Stoops at Oklahoma. Wilson has a good relation with both, don’t think he isn’t on the phone to them seeing what they will offer in the way of soft commits they are familiar with. Wilson’s track record is he closes fast and with 5 rides left we quite possibly we haven’t seen nothing yet. I’ll be enjoying the next 30 days.

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