Nebraska Cornhuskers defensive back Nolan Graham (29) chases down Zander Diamont (12) during the Indiana Nebraska game Saturday, Oct. 15. Chris Howell | HSR

Hoosier Morning for Oct. 17

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Four things we learned from Nebraska, chiefly that the offense is holding this team back, Mike writes.

The second annual Candy Stripe Crew basketball camp made for a fun Sunday for children and adults with developmental disabilities, Jonathan Streetman writes.

From Saturday’s game, it wasn’t all bad luck, but there was plenty of that too, Andy wrote.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Former Hoosier Troy Williams is bidding to make the Memphis Grizzlies roster despite the team already having 15 players under contract, Ronald Tillery of the Memphis Commercial Appeal writes.

Victor Oladipo’s new coach, Billy Donovan, regrets not offering the standout a college scholarship, Brad Botkin of CBS Sports writes.

Indiana “just felt right” to recent commit Clifton Moore, Rick O’Brien of Philly.com writes.

Kris Wilkes made an unexpected, unofficial visit to Indiana on Saturday, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall reports.

Indiana’s in the hunt for a Big Ten title and so much more, Tom Brew of Landof10.com writes.

Kevin Wilson still has confidence in Griffin Oakes and Richard Lagow, Terry Hutchens of CNHI writes.

Numbers that mattered in Indiana’s loss to Nebraska, notably a 17-0 deficit, Sammy Jacobs of HoosierHuddle.com writes.

Five factors for Indiana against the Cornhuskers, including the familiar inefficiency on offense, Billy at puntjohnpunt.com writes.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Speaking of holding back, here’s Simply Red with “Holding Back the Years.”

4 comments

  1. Nothing about PUke sacking up Hazzell’s dust? Hoosier’s biggest rival and no regard to the news.

  2. JP as we both agree not much regard for their program right now. His firing only stops the profuse bleeding of negative support. At the least it is more positive searching for a new HC and talking up the recent start-up in construction of the new FB facility. Look much like IU over a decade ago.

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