Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Indiana must beware of the Buckeye effect heading to Happy Valley, Andy writes.

The backfields and their health heading into Saturday’s Penn State-Indiana game have taken center stage, Mike writes.

The IU soccer team put forth its most dominating performance of the season in a 4-0 mauling of the IUPUI Jaguars, Andy writes.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Led by former Hoosier Kyle Schwarber, the Cubs’ rookies answered any lingering questions in the win over the Pirates, Jesse Rogers of ESPN.com writes.

Indiana took the outside runs away from Ohio State, but was hurt by Ezekiel Elliott’s big runs inside the tackle in this week’s IU defense film study, by Dan at puntjohnpunt.com.

If the offensive line holds up, Penn State should take advantage of the IU secondary to win, David Jones of PennLive.com writes.

Victor Oladipo and Dwyane Wade still have former college coach Tom Crean’s back as they square off in an NBA exhibition at Louisville, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

It’s a big season for IU basketball, and Tom Crean is going to deliver on expectations, Dick Vitale of ESPN.com writes.

Indiana’s Troy Williams is among the 20 best wings in college basketball, Chris Johnson of SInow.com writes.

The new challenge for offensive machine James Blackmon Jr. is to approach the game defense first, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Indianapolis’ Zach Gunn is hearing from multiple Big Ten schools, but Indiana remains in the hottest pursuit, Kyle Neddenriep of the Indianapolis Star writes.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Beware the Buckeyes, the Ides of March and “Beware the Darkness” by George Harrison live at The Concert for Bangladesh in 1971.

One comment

  1. 1993,. 1994, somewhere around there was a MLB player strike, or was it a owner strike? I went from hitting every ball park in Florida during the spring games & ending the trip with my two boys in Atlanta for their opening. Have not watched, listened or followed the game since that strike.

    But Kyle Schwarber is making me rethink.

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