Hoosier Morning

Decision-making and defense will determine playing time for Tom Crean’s Hoosiers, Mike writes.

IU volleyball player Courtney Harnish both taught and learned on her trip to Vietnam, the homeland of her mother, Mike writes.

Ohio State’s Jalin Marshall almost single-handedly beat Indiana last year, and he’s rounding into form just in time for the Hoosiers this year, Mike writes.

IU swimming swept Cincinnati in the season opener, we reported.

Does IU have the formula to beat Ohio State, asks Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel.

Ohio State is ready to turn up the intensity for the Big Ten opener against Indiana, Ryan Cooper of The Lantern writes.

A 4-0 start is big stuff for the Indiana football faithful, Todd Jones of The Columbus Dispatch writes.

Five reasons Ohio State should beat Indiana, according to Bill Landis of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.

More bunch formation, a potential offensive line weakness and the emergence of Simmie Cobb in offense film study, via Dan at puntjohnpunt.com.

Fortunately for IU commit Grant Gelon, he’s not on Twitter to see Hoosier fans’ reaction, Kyle Neddenriep of the Indianapolis Star writes.

A short podcast clip discussing the impact of Thomas Bryant and the Final Four potential of Indiana, by Reid Forgraves and Evan Daniels of Foxsports.com.

Former Hoosier Noah Vonleh talks playing time and opportunity with the Portland Trail Blazers in this video, from The Oregonian.

Yesterday was rookie dress-up day for the Cubs, and here’s Kyle Schwarber in case you missed it, via a Vine by ESPN’s Jesse Rogers.

First practice for basketball, matchup with No. 1 for football and that means some “Big Decisions” by My Morning Jacket live.

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  1. Per CBSSports, it’s hard to compete with the Louisville bb program. Of course Pitino had no idea, soon to join ranks with Jim Boeheim and Larry Brown. What a way to recruit.

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