Indiana Hoosiers running back Cole Gest (5) during the Wake Forest game in Bloomington, Ind. Saturday, Sept. 24. Chris Howell | HSR

Hoosier Morning for Sept. 26

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Four things we learned —— IU needs a healthy offensive line, Richard Lagow’s the guy, there’s still no pass rush and the road to bowl eligibility got tougher, Mike writes.

From Saturday, Indiana had a bad day, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be better ones ahead, Andy writes.

Also Saturday, Fort Wayne’s Jessie Bates made himself right at home in leading Wake Forest to victory, Jon writes.

The IU women’s soccer team picked up its second Big Ten win of the season, outscoring Wisconsin Sunday, we reported.

2. IT’S INDIANA
The Hoosiers insist they’ll “make it right” after taking a wrong turn against Wake Forest, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Wake Forest is enjoying some time in rare air after improving to 4-0 with a win at Indiana, Dan Collins of the Winston-Salem Journal writes.

Numbers that matter from the Hoosiers’ loss to the Demon Deacons, Nick Holmes of HoosierHuddle.com writes.

Former Hoosier Jordan Howard appears poised to be the Chicago Bears’ starting running back, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times writes.

An early look at Indiana’s backcourt for the 2016-17 season, by Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
A dedication to the Hoosiers’ bad Saturday — The Flaming Lips with “Bad Days.”

One comment

  1. On a positive note; R.L. is a Q.B. that has that dagger in the heart and killer instinct if given a chance. I think that lacked with Sudfeld. His interceptions were a result of no running game which led to trying to make something happen and pressing to make up for an unreliable running game. Now, the question to me still remains if IU gets starting linemen back how much will running game improve? The first 2 games did not show much against lesser competition. That is a real concern if IU is going to win at least 6. Right now the goal should be to win at least 3. Everything else is just wishful thinking.

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