Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Sophomores Kiante Walton and Tony Fields are among a host of players vying for playing time at safety for the Hoosiers, Mike writes.

It’s that time of year when Indiana football fever infects its victims with unbridled optimism, Andy writes.

The No. 14 IU soccer team gets to sample its depth in leadership and talent tonight when it hosts Valparaiso in an exhibition game, I wrote.

2. IT’S INDIANA
A report on IU football’s closed scrimmage Saturday, via Sam Beishuizen of IUHoosiers.com.

The question for Indiana’s secondary is whether it can turn inexperience into improvement, Vinnie Duber of CSN Chicago writes.

From running back to pastor, Anthony Thompson remains a difference maker, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes in Part I.

IU running backs coach Deland McCullough did more than visit Tevin Coleman in Atlanta this summer, he interned as a coach for the Falcons, Sam Beishuizen of IUHoosiers.com writes.

Inconsistency for Troy Williams, tremendous potential for Thomas Bryant and a European-level point guard for Yogi Ferrell were among the takeaways from this summer’s adidas Nations event, Aran Smith of nbadraft.net writes.

Egged on by boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr., Victor Oladipo put his stamp on the USA Basketball scrimmage last week, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel writes.

3. BIG TEN COUNTRY
Illinois’ Darius Paul was arrested by police in Deauville, France for public intoxication, vandalism and resisting arrest during the Illini’s foreign trip over the weekend, Marcus Jackson of the Champaign News-Gazette writes.

4. ONE FOR THE ROAD
For Andy and his afflicted family members, “Fever” by The Black Keys.

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