1. HOOSIERS HQ
Indiana proved its vast potential once again in rising the challenge of North Carolina, Mike writes.
Even as well as Indiana played and as loud as Assembly Hall was, nothing ever comes easy, I wrote.
The reunited ’81 championship Hoosiers are still taking their lead from each other, I wrote.
IU women’s basketball is looking back at the Auburn loss to prepare for another road test tonight at N.C. State, Jon writes.
Numbers helped tip the (Tegray) Scales in favor of the defense for IU football this season, Andy writes.
2. IT’S INDIANA
After a step back at Fort Wayne, Indiana took a big step forward against North Carolina, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.
The Hoosiers win over the Tar Heels was just a reminder of Indiana’s vast potential, Gregg Doyel of the Indianapolis Star writes.
A slow start doomed North Carolina so much that not even a late rally could save the day, Andrew Carter of the Raleigh News & Observer writes.
Big wins such as the one over North Carolina are now business as usual for Indiana, Eamonn Brennan of ESPN.com writes.
Bob Knight is the big loser for again passing on a Hoosier celebration, this one being the 1981 national champions, Mike DeCourcy of The Sporting News writes.
Five takeaways from North Carolina becoming the latest highly-ranked team to lose at Indiana, Gary Parrish of CBSsports.com writes.
Indiana pulled out all the emotional stops, then pulled off an upset of No. 3 North Carolina, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.
Bob Knight wasn’t at Assembly Hall Wednesday, and it didn’t matter, because the Hoosiers past and present had plenty to celebrate anyway, Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com writes.
Five takeaways from the Hoosiers’ win over the Heels, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.
Kyle Schwarber got a hero’s welcome as honorary captain at Assembly Hall on Wednesday night, CLTV.com reports.
Indiana matched a school-record with 12 total All-Big Ten football honorees when all was said and done, IUHoosiers.com reports.
3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
In celebration of the Hoosiers’ homecourt advantage, a Neil Diamond rendition of “Back Home in Indiana” which he performed at Assembly Hall on Sept. 9, 1982.