Hoosier Morning for April 20

1. HOOSIERS HQ
IU baseball saw its momentum stopped and its postseason hopes take a hit with a loss to Butler, Mike writes.

Freshman Ria Gulley is leaving the IU women’s basketball team in hopes of moving closer to home, Jon writes.

No. 20 Kentucky rallied past IU softball, we reported.

2. IT’S INDIANA
IU has adopted a policy that does not permit athletes with a history of sexual or domestic violence on Hoosier teams, the Indiana Daily Student reported.

IU athletics announced a major gift from the Irsay family for the Irsay Family Wellness Clinic as part of the new south end zone project, IUHoosiers.com reports.

Indiana jumped in with both feet, offering Fort Wayne sophomore Keion Brooks after a visit from Archie Miller and Ed Schilling Wednesday, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Final player rankings have been released on the 2017 recruiting class, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.

Former Hoosier Eric Gordon helped Houston rally past Oklahoma City in the fourth quarter Wednesday, KXLY.com reports.

Former Hoosier Dan Feeney made a visit to the San Francisco 49ers on Wednesday, David Fucillo of NinersNation.com writes.

The Ohio State offense is getting revved up under former IU coach Kevin Wilson, Bill Rabinowitz of the Columbus Dispatch writes.

Former IU soccer standout Eriq Zavaleta is finally feeling at home in the MLS and in Toronto, Kurt Larson of the Toronto Sun writes.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
In honor of Ria Gulley’s desire to be closer to home in Texas, here’s Roy Rogers with “Yellow Rose of Texas.”

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