1. HOOSIERS HQ
A month after the regular season ended and five days after arriving in San Francisco, the IU football team is just ready to play in the Foster Farms Bowl, Mike writes.
Position by position matchups for Indiana and Utah heading into tonight’s game, Mike writes.
A look at the IU football season in review, game-by-game, Mike writes.
IU men’s basketball will open Big Ten play at home for the first time in six years tonight, I wrote.
The Big Ten opener at Penn State marks the start of a new season for Amanda Cahill and IU women’s basketball, I wrote.
2. IT’S INDIANA
As a team 100 percent behind new head coach Tom Allen, Indiana is confident heading into tonight’s bowl game, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.
Young or not, Indiana is ready, willing and perhaps able to end its 25-year bowl victory drought, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.
Utah and Indiana are expecting a phsyical battle on the Foster Farms Bowl, Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle writes.
Utah is hoping its “Sack Lake City” show travels to the bowl game against IU, David Lombardi of ESPN.com writes.
The No. 19 Utes are trusting their process to continue bowl success against the Hoosiers, Kyle Goon of the Salt Lake City Tribune writes.
For IU’s James Blackmon, patience sets up a Big Ten reward tonight against Nebraska, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.
Defense and rebounding have IU on an upswing as conference play begins, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.
IU is at full strength heading into tonight’s Big Ten home opener vs. Nebraska, Terry Hutchens of CNHI writes.
What to expect from Nebraska, which visits Assembly Hall tonight, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.
The five biggest questions entering Big Ten play include asking whether Indiana is a contender or pretender, Vinnie Duber of CSN Chicago writes.
Highlights of Troy Williams’ 32-point, D-League debut for the Iowa Energy, via dleague.nba.com.
3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
The game is technically in Santa Clara, but at the home of the San Francisco 49ers, so in honor of the Hoosiers’ bowl game, “San Francisco” by Scott McKenzie.