Hoosier Morning

Guards Yogi Ferrell and Melo Trimble are in the spotlight as Maryland visits Indiana in a first-place showdown tonight, Mike writes.

Maryland coach Mark Turgeon recognizes the value of having great guards, Mike writes.

Four storylines for Indiana’s matchup with Maryland, Mike writes.

The IU women’s basketball has a small margin for error but hopes to finish on the right side of that margin at Penn State tonight, Jon writes.

Ranked for the first time this season, Indiana faces its biggest challenge of the Big Ten season in Maryland, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Big men or guards, Indiana must keep Maryland out of the post, Alden Woods of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Similarities run deep between No. 13 Maryland and No. 23 Indiana, Jordan Littman of Inside the Hall writes.

Surprise Big Ten contenders Indiana and Maryland square off at Assembly Hall, Don Markus of the Baltimore Sun writes.

Maryland’s three-headed monster spells trouble for IU, Casey Krajewski of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Highlights of former Hoosier Christian Watford putting up 17 points and 15 rebounds for the Maine Redclaws in a D-League game vs. the Erie Bayhawks, via YouTube.

Former IU soccer player Tommy Thompson is walking in his father’s footsteps with the U.S. U20 national team, ussoccer.com reports.

First place, or at least a share of it, on the line at Assembly Hall, so here’s “First Things First” by Neon Trees.


  1. hey, watford developed some nice post moves. wish he had those when he played here. wonder if geoff goes to these games

  2. Damn, 9 o’clock cannot come fast enough. Anticipation for a big game! Favorite chair, my Bride’s traditional made popcorn, ice cold Faygo Rock & Rye complimenting the bedlam on a flat screen from AH. Not much sweeter can be had.

  3. I usually go to a couple games a year. I should probably go to more… maybe when the kid gets old enough I’ll get season tix. I went to one game earlier this year, ironically enough against the Erie Bayhawks, but it was because a buddy of mine played for Erie – Mike Schachtner. Unfortunately Watford did not play that game. Think he was injured.

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