Hoosier Morning

James Halford doesn’t want attention for his two tours of duty as a Marine, he just wants to live his dream as a member of the Indiana football team at age 26, Mike writes.

Bobby Wilkerson and Tom Abernethy are together again as they enter the IU Athletics Hall of Fame tonight, Mike writes.

Former IU golf coach Sam Carmichael made believers out of most everybody on his way to the IU Athletics Hall of Fame, Andy writes.

IU field hockey made an early exit as Big Ten Tournament hosts on Thursday, we reported.

A projected No. 3 seed and trip to the Sweet Sixteen is part of the outlook for No. 14 IU basketball, according to power rankings from ESPN.com.

IU’s Thomas Bryant is among college basketball’s impact freshmen, Scott Phillips of NBCSports.com says.

The Indiana backcourt ranks as the fourth-best in the nation entering the season, Sam Vecenie of CBSsports.com writes.

Which college basketball program is best in the state of Indiana, asks the Indianapolis Star.

A look at Thomas Bryant’s energy in a film session from Ottawa, via Ryan Corazza of Inside the Hall.

Plenty of Iowa-Indiana talk as the Hawkeyes look to stay unbeaten this college football season, Tom Dienhart of BTN.com writes.

Stakes are high for IU’s final four football games, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

This one’s for the Hoosiers’ Mr. Halford — Toby Keith with “American Soldier.”

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  1. Man, this is crazy. Played a basketball game the other night and no one is talking.

    Maybe everyone in Indiana IS named Peyton.

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