Hoosier Morning

The end of the year marks the annual exit of IU players, and perhaps coach Tom Crean should be the next to go, I wrote.

IU football coach Kevin Wilson saw Jordan Fuchs’ basketball experiment as a win-win situation, Mike writes.

IU baseball suffered its first series sweep in two years at Iowa Sunday, we reported.

IU athletic director Fred Glass gave Tom Crean a vote of confidence Friday but isn’t satisfied with the state of IU basketball, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.

A rundown of the 14 players, prior to Max Hoetzel, who transferred from IU during the Crean era, Matthew Glenesk of the Indianapolis Star writes.

An explanation of the comings and goings at IU, otherwise known as Crean-calculus 101, Kent Sterling of kentsterling.com writes.

New Bradley coach Brian Wardle, a former Tom Crean player and assistant coach, has multiple ties to Peoria, Kirk Wessler of the Peoria Journal Star writes.

Former Hoosier Victor Oladipo shared the community enrichment award with teammate Tobias Harris in Orlando, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel writes.

Playoff prospects are dimming for former Hoosiers in the NBA, Quinn Saturday of IUsportcom writes.

A breakdown of draft prospect Tevin Coleman for the Detroit Lions, by Justin Rogers of MLive.com.

The question of the day via The Clash, “Should I Stay or Should I Go?”


  1. Pretty clear k. Sterling is desperate for readers. Nothing new. He is always first in line to rip a coach. I guess if you can’t write you have to shock and hope it draws attention.

  2. With 600 transfers just last year I believe the “Creaning” term is being used a little much. Kids transfer and that isn’t new and it’s not going to change. To many voices in the ears of kids these days telling them to leave because they are better elsewhere. What ever happened to starting something and then finishing it?

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