Hoosier Morning for March 30

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Archie Miller is already about the business of building relationships, Mike writes.

Indiana State snapped IU baseball’s five-game winning streak Wednesday, we reported.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Fred Glass told Indianapolis radio it was ultimately his decision, but men’s basketball wanted the NIT game on the road, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall reports.

Archie Miller appears to buy into the mythology of Indiana basketball in a way Tom Crean never did, Mark Titus of TheRinger.com writes.

A look at how Indiana’s roster might play out for Archie Miller’s first season, Terry Hutchens of CNHI writes.

After getting their teeth kicked in, the Dallas Mavericks and Yogi Ferrell responded the right way, Eddie Sefko of Dallas News writes.

Returning starter Richard Lagow is looking for improvement as Indiana’s quarterback, Taylor Lehman of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

3. BIG TEN COUNTRY
The lawsuit and the question continues: Did Northwestern run off Johnnie Vassar, asks Kevin Trahan of Vice Sports.

Nebraska’s Ed Morrow Jr. became the third Cornhusker to announce plans to transfer this offseason, Lee Barfknecht of the Omaha World-Herald writes.

4. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Somebody mentioned mythology, so here’s Jack Johnson with “Red Wine, Mistakes, Mythology.”

3 comments

  1. That is quite the Machiavellian story about Chris Collins and Northwestern. It certainly casts a different light than the university PR folks would prefer.

  2. Absolutely fascinating read. Looks like Collin’s program(and most others)behind the closed door is all about blunt business. The falsified work time documentation says something else. What is interesting is will the NCAA deal with the NW wrong doing or will they because they were part of the same lawsuit generated by the student athlete put it on ignore. No doubt everyone but Vasser is pro-Collins because of the improvement in the BB program.

  3. While, as you implied, there is a hint of this all over the landscape, Northwestern truly seems to have pushed the envelope with all the obviously poorly forged documents.

    This has quite a smell to it.

    I would imagine copies of this article will find their way to potential recruits.

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