Hoosier Morning for April 7

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Wide receiver Simmie Cobbs is finally healthy this spring and put his year off to good use, Mike writes.

The marker that will be placed at IU Saturday for Bill Garrett is worth celebrating, but the right thing to do is rename the building it sits in front of, Andy writes.

Indiana’s Nakel McClinton finished fourth in the women’s hammer throw at the Tennessee Relays, we reported.

2. IT’S INDIANA
IU basketball player and broadcaster, lawbreaker and prisoner, disenchanted Bob Knight disciple and redeeming do-gooder, it’s been a long road back for Todd Leary, Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Four-star guard Robert Phinisee of McCutcheon talks about the IU coaching change and his recently completed junior season, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.

On the heels of the big-man video earlier this week, Indiana released a video of the guards on Thursday night, via Twitter.

Young Dallas Mavericks like Yogi Ferrell are getting plenty of on the job training to end the season, Eddie Sefko of the Dallas News writes.

Amanda Cahill has both learned a lot and accomplished a lot as a member of the IU women’s basketball team, Mark Hazelwood of the Sandusky Register writes.

Richard Lagow wrote the name “Kara” on his towel before IU’s bowl game, part of a relationship that helps him keep life and football in perspective, Dan Murphy of ESPN.com writes.

QB Richard Lagow is hoping to learn from his mistakes and grow in his second year at Indiana, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.

A spring Q-and-A with IU football coach Tom Allen, Tom Dienhart of BTN.com writes.

Chart week continues with part 4 on the rushing offense, Dan at puntjohnpunt.com writes.

IU football has its eyes on a Tulsa commit to bolster the quarterback ranks in the 2018 class, Sammy Jacobs of HoosierHuddle.com writes.

IU baseball is headed to Purdue for the first time since 2011 this weekend, Spencer Davis of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Doing the right thing only requires “The Right Stuff” by New Kids On The Block.

3 comments

  1. The story about Lagow and his friend Kara was touching and inspirational. I’m proud that we have young men like that representing our beloved University, and I hope this brave young women is healthy enough to travel to Bloomington this fall so that she can watch her friend lead IU Football to a victory. What a special moment that will be for both of these young adults.

  2. Isn’t Bloomington South 2018 RB Kristian Pechac to announce his commitment today? What time today?

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