Hoosier Morning

Career highs in rebounds by Troy Williams and point by Yogi Ferrell paced Indiana past IPFW, Mike writes.

Walk-on Harrison Niego gave the Hoosiers a lift simply by being consistent off the bench, I wrote.

IU freshman swimmer Lilly King is off to a record-breaking start in her Hoosier career, Mike writes.

Indiana soccer recruit A.J. Palazzolo of St. Louis has been named the national high school player of the year, Adam Zuvanich of the St. Louis Post & Dispatch writes.

Indiana’s Dan Feeney was named to the second team of CBS Sports’ All-American team, Adam Silverstein of CBSSports.com writes.

IU football ranks as the No. 56 toughest coaching job out of 65 destinations, according to ESPN.com.

The advanced stats tale of the tape for the Pinstripe Bowl, according to SBnation.com.

Former IU swimmer Cody Miller is beating the odds in his bid to reach the Rio Olympics, David Woods of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Harrison Niego stole the show against IPFW by breaking a chair and not attempting a shot, Brody Miller of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

The Mastodons see the Assembly Hall experience as only beneficial down the road, Chris Goff of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

Indiana was simply too big, too long and too strong for IPFW, Tom Davis of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

IU’s Lilly King is queen of the pool, but Metallica is “King Nothing.”


  1. For you fellows who are NCAA savvy I’d like to pose a Q. If IU was playing in a January 2016 bowl game would Camion Patrick be eligible to play in it? Seems to me it is a good possibility.

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