Hoosier Morning

Two home runs by Isaiah Pasteur helped Indiana put a bad loss to Penn State behind with a win over No. 7 Louisville, Mike writes.

Eight months later, the departure of Curt Miller is still haunting the IU women’s basketball program, Jon writes.

Teri Moren’s first year at Indiana was all lemons without the lemonade, I wrote.

Former IU wide receiver Cody Latimer is ready to “make a big jump” according to Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak, Chris Wesseling of NFL.com writes.

Imagine all the pieces back and IU basketball as it should be, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

A film breakdown of the IU comeback that fell short in the final minutes vs. Wichita State, by Ryan Corazza of Inside the Hall.

Winning a championship came first, being undefeated was second, for the 1976 Indiana Hoosiers in an era where such an accomplishment came with less clutter, Dana O’Neil of ESPN.com writes.

With Steve McClain’s departure, maybe the opportunity to hire a defensive coordinator presents itself, Mike Pegram of peegs.com writes.

Five reasons for IU to part ways with Tom Crean and 11 million-plus not to, Kent Sterling of kentsterling.com writes.

Indiana native Herman Sayger died at age 75 in 1970, but it turns out he may have been the originator of the 3-point shot, Kyle Neddenriep of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Since I’m talking lemons and lemonade today, here’s the Lemonheads with “Into Your Arms.”

One comment

  1. Great to hear Cody Latimer is highly regarded by Denver going into his second NFL season. I can’t wait to watch him evolve into a star.

    Kent Steriling is one huge corrosive hack, and serves as a great example of what is wrong with on-line blogs. He makes stuff up out of whole cloth, presenting speculation and the byproducts of his imagination as if they are facts that support his opinion. He is completely irresponsible. Why reprint his garbage in The Hoosier Scoop?

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