Hoosier Morning

Indiana went out and had fun in blasting the Buckeyes on Sunday, Mike writes.

The Hoosiers raised the bar for what they’re capable of doing, especially in the first half vs. Ohio State, I wrote.

Former IU women’s basketball coach Sharon Versyp became the winningest coach in Purdue history by topping the Hoosiers Sunday, we reported.

After rolling past Ohio State, a return to the top 25 is likely next for Indiana, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

Ohio State’s Big Ten-best field-goal percentage defense was humbled by the Hoosiers, Adam Jardy of the Columbus Dispatch writes.

Ohio State will just have to write off Sunday’s blowout loss as an aberration, Bob Hunter of the Columbus Dispatch writes.

Indiana’s improvement continued with the dominating win over the Buckeyes, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Indiana is figuring out how to make up for the absence of James Blackmon Jr., Brody Miller of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Tom Crean has Indiana sitting atop the Big Ten, Chip Patterson of CBSsports.com writes.

IU wrestling lost to No. 1 Penn State on Sunday, but the Hoosiers’ Nate Jackson upset the Nittany Lions’ top-ranked Bo Nickal, Ryan Schuld of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

In memory of the late David Bowie, a two-fer this morning, starting with “Heroes” live at Live Aid in 1985 and then a song off Bowie’s new album Blackstar called “Lazarus.”

One comment

  1. Comment in one of the Ohio featured articles, “OS needs to hire Brad Stevens”.

    & UNLV coach fired. Wow.

    & good game IU players & coaches.

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