Hoosier Morning

IU’S secondary has hit the freshman wall and other takeaways from the Michigan State loss, Mike writes.

The IU women’s soccer team lost in its final road game of the season at Michigan State, we reported.

From Saturday, freshman Thomas Bryant lived up to his billing with energy and impact at Hoosier Hysteria, I wrote.

Also Saturday, the IU soccer team nabbed a big win over Michigan to move out of the Big Ten cellar, Andy wrote.

Fireworks, Taylor Swift tunes and Troy Williams highlighted Hoosier Hysteria, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

IU’s freshman relished their first time on the big stage that is Assembly Hall, Chris Goff of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

Missed opportunities were the story of IU football’s loss at Michigan State, and the Hoosiers have to take advantage of the precious few opportunities they have left this season, Tori Ziege of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Ten positive things from the Hoosiers’ loss to the Spartans, Sam Beishuizen of IUHoosiers.com writes.

Indiana is ranked No. 13 in the initial KenPom ratings thanks to a significant bump in the Hoosiers’ projected defense, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.

The Orlando Magic exercised their fourth-year option on Victor Oladipo on the even of his third NBA season, OrlandoMagic.com reports.

A hands-free segway, hitting The Quan and Tyra Buss winning the 3-point contest highlighted Hoosier Hysteria for the IU women’s basketball team, Sam Beishuizen of IUHoosiers.com writes.

Hoosier Hysteria sealed the deal for newest IU women’s commit Alexis Johnson, Alex McCarthy of Inside Indiana writes.

A nod to the opening performance of the IU men’s basketball team at Hoosier Hysteria, which freshman OG Anunoby said was Tom Crean’s idea (seems likely as it was the favorite song of the late Brian Jones, IU super fan), adding, “I was happy, because I like the song,” Well, enjoy again OG — Taylor Swift with “Shake It off.”

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