Hoosier Morning

Wichita State and coach Gregg Marshall believe Indiana is too talented to look ahead to Kansas, Mike writes.

Seven pitchers combined to shutout Valparaiso as IU baseball won its 11th straight game, Mike writes.

Indiana women’s swimming will have 12 representatives at the NCAA Championships, starting Thursday, we reported.

Alabama was inspired to beat Illinois, and AD Bill Battle is inspired to make a big hire, a la Tom Crean, Kevin Scarbinsky of AL.com writes.

Yogi Ferrell knows the NCAA Tournament means anything goes, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Indiana hopes Emmitt Holt will continue to shine in the NCAA Tournament, Chris Goff of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

Jim Crews still values the friendships he made as part of Indiana’s undefeated ’76 national champions, Randy Beard of the Evansville Courier & Press writes.

If Wichita State gets caught looking ahead to Kansas, it could make for a shocking result, Kevin Hastin of the Topeka Capital-Journal writes.

Look out ’76 Hoosiers, here comes 2015 Kentucky, Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com writes.

Ten players who have the most to gain in the NCAA Tournament, including IU’s Yogi Ferrell, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

Since Scarbinsky brought it up, here’s Alabama with “Song of the South.”


  1. I didn’t realize what an accomplished individual Chris Reynolds is. If the Fred Glass era were to end any time soon the Hoosiers might want to give CR a look for the AD spot.

  2. “Don’t let the naysayers tell you this coach is out of your league or your price range or that coach wants no part of a basketball program at a football school.”

    Reverse the sports and what a novel thought Alabama’s Athletic Director has there! IU might want to remember this philosophy when the time comes (in a few years) to hire Wilson’s successor.

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