Hoosier Morning for Feb. 15

Indiana is still looking for leadership as the slumping Hoosiers head to Minnesota, Mike writes.

A look at Michigan’s scoring in transition and Juwan Morgan’s contributions in the latest film session, by Ryan Corazza of Inside the Hall.

The aggression of De’Ron Davis brought one of few compliments from IU coach Tom Crean Sunday and some reason for optimism heading to Minnesota, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

De’Ron Davis and Thomas Bryant might be IU’s best hope for righting the ship at Minnesota, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Minnesota has a rare and real opportunity at home this week as a fading Indiana team comes to town, Marcus Fuller of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune writes.

While everybody else is gearing up for the NCAA Tournament talk, the circus is back at Indiana, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

Michigan State coach Tom Izzo unloaded on former IU player and assistant Dan Dakich for his tweets, demanding an apology, which suits Dakich’s purposes just fine, David Mayo of MLive.com writes.

New IU offensive line coach Darren Hiller wants his charges to be the engine for Indiana’s offense, Taylor Lehman of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

A one-on-one interview with former Hoosier running back Jordan Howard, who has never played fantasy football, Lakisha Jackson writes for NFL.com.

With five games remaining for IU, including tonight, a fitting tribute to the late Al Jarreau with “Take Five.”

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  1. I must confess, I don’t know anything about Minnesota. I haven’t seen them play at all this year. Year in and year out, they just escape my radar unless IU is playing them. I’ll get my crash course tonight.

    What I do know about them, is that I hate their raised floor. However, besides their hardwood sucking, Minneapolis is a severely underrated town. Some spectacularly fantastic people I’ve met from there. Great restaurant scene. Oh yeah, and Prince.

    But Gopher Basketball? Is Haskins still the coach there?

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