1. HOOSIERS HQ
Kylie Clark came to Assembly Hall last week a UNC fan, but the cancer stricken young lady left an Indiana fan too, Mike writes.
IU women’s basketball drubbed Northern Kentucky, but coach Teri Moren was anything but happy afterwards, Jon writes.
IU swimmer Lilly King won her third gold medal at the world championships on Thursday, we reported.
2. IT’S INDIANA
How Indiana reacts to the coaching change in the Foster Farms Bowl is almost as important as how the IU offensive line holds up against the Utah defensive front, Brian Bennett of ESPN.com writes.
A bowl game means extra practices, and that’s a huge benefit for some of the players on the Indiana roster, T.J. Inman of HoosierHuddle.com writes.
IU basketball remains an offensive juggernaut, but the defense is doing its part too, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.
Freshman De’Ron Davis is emerging as a significant part of the Hoosiers’ rotation, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.
Cupcakes such as Houston Baptist come with a sugar high but should be enjoyed with a grain of salt, Greg Gottfried of the Indiana Daily Student writes.
Former Hoosier Yogi Ferrell became the latest player pushed off the Nets’ point guard carousel when he was waived Thursday, Brian Lewis of the New York Post writes.
Former Hoosier Cody Zeller averages five screen assists per game, as he has mastered the NBA’s most popular play, Yaron Weitzman of BleacherReport.com writes.
3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Attending the IU-UNC game was a wish come true for Kylie Clark, so here’s to her with Rascal Flatts and “My Wish.”