Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Lee Corso celebrated his 80th birthday last Friday, and earlier this summer he celebrated it as a Hoosier, Andy writes.

Things got chippy at IU football practice Tuesday, but coach Kevin Wilson is fine with that as long as it stays between the lines, Mike writes.

IU diver Joshua Arndt was sixth on the 1-meter at the USA national championships Tuesday, we reported.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Notes from IU’s first full-pad practice on Tuesday, via Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star.

Several freshmen are impressing in the Hoosiers’ camp so far, while there is a battle for backup QB, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Could this be Kevin Wilson’s season on the brink, asks Dan at puntjohnpunt.com.

Former Hoosier Bobby Richardson is one of the sleepers as an undrafted free agent in New Orleans Saints camp, Jeff Duncan of nola.com writes.

Victor Oladipo is drawing from a fresh well of motivation at USA basketball camp, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel writes.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
For Lee Corso, Paul McCartney performs the Beatles’ “Birthday” live.

2 comments

  1. A fight at FB practice. Imagine that? I hope like hell they have a couple every week during hamburger drills.

  2. All things FB in W. Laffy are suffering in the toilet bowl swirl. Ticket sales are in a steep southern trajectory. AD Burke and HC Hazzell have way more things negative attached to their image and performance than good. Also and I could be off 1 but I’ll wager a little $ I read PUke had 12 commits for 2016 as of a week or 10 days ago. Today they have 9. I know for a fact a DB from Ohio de-committed and in 10 minutes verbally pledged to WVU. There was another commit VT was hard after and he must have pulled the plug too. So if the decrease from 12 to 9 is accurate who was the 3rd? If this continues Ross-Ade will soon be converted to a pasture.

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