Hoosier Morning

A deep bench and a second wind allowed Indiana to claim its signature win of the season against Iowa, Mike writes.

Indiana was invested against the Hawkeyes, no one moreso than Harrison Niego, and the payoff was a share of first place in the Big Ten, I wrote.

The base salary remains the same for IU football coach Kevin Wilson, but his raise comes from promotional fees, Mike writes.

Former IU broadcaster Chuck Marlowe passed away Thursday, we reported.

Collin Hartman keeps making a difference for the Hoosiers, Mike DeCourcy of The Sporting News writes.

The education of the 2015-16 Hoosiers continued with a master’s class against Iowa, Gregg Doyel of the Indianapolis Star writes.

A big crowd made big noise and helped IU to an even bigger win over Iowa, Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com writes.

Dick Vitale labeled Indiana dangerous after it finally got a marquee win on Thursday, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

IU did what it does at Assembly Hall in showing itself one of the nation’s most complete teams, Justin Albers of AllHoosiers.com writes.

Indiana had the look of a Big Ten title team against Iowa, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Indiana proved itself and showed its grit in beating Iowa, Brody Miller of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Walk-on Harrison Niego played a key role in helping the Hoosiers over the Hawkeyes, Michael Hughes of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

The Hawkeyes got a taste of their own medicine from the Hoosiers, Don Doxsie of the Quad City Times writes.

Iowa sees no reason to panic despite the disappointing loss, Chad Leistikow of the Des Moines Register writes.

IU offensive tackle Jason Spriggs slips into the first round in the latest mock draft, Chris Burke of SI.com writes.

In honor of the Hoosiers’ Big Ten standing, “First” by Cold War Kids.


  1. The winds of football at Puke keep blowing colder. They just lost their DB coach to Texas. He was the best coach they had. Hazell will be making another ho-hum addition to his staff. Also announced yesterday their AD Morgan Burke will be retiring July 2017.

  2. HC, that’s good news in the short term, but maybe bad news in the longer term.

    Glad to hear that the “experts” see Jason Spriggs as rising into the first round of the draft. But I still wonder if Spriggs’ ranking in the draft would be even higher if he’d played for a more successful team that got more national exposure? Perhaps his performance at the combine will erase any negative bias and elevate him further up the board. Regardless, it’s great news for Wilson and IU football.

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