Hoosier Morning for May 22

1. HOOSIERS HQ
New IU assistant basketball coach Ed Schilling is home again in Indiana, Mike writes.

IU baseball won Saturday’s regular-season finale at Ohio State to take its sixth straight series heading into postseason play, we reported.

2. IT’S INDIANA
OG Anunoby continues to aggressively rehab in hopes of playing in the NBA next season, Shams Charania of Yahoo’s The Vertical writes.

The L.A. Lakers are scheduled to workout Thomas Bryant, among many others, today, Harrison Faigen of silverscreenandroll.com writes.

Memories make for a big winner when Gene Keady and Bob Knight got together on Friday night, Chris Goff of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

Indiana comes in 11th in ranking the Big Ten football schedules for this fall, Tom Fornelli of CBSsports.com.

A look back at the injury luck for IU football in the 2016 season, Dan at puntjohnpunt.com writes.

With 100 days left to the start of the 2017 IU football season, let the countdown begin, Sammy Jacobs of HoosierHuddle.com writes.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
For Ed Schilling, “Back Home” by Owl City featuring Jake Owen.

4 comments

  1. Looking at the football schedule, could very well be a breakout year if the cards and chips fall just right. Can’t forget about those injuries either.

    I think the SOS is right where it need to be as far as IU Football is concerned. Hopefully we can take small steps in playing better teams once we establish winning seasons. I’d personally love to play Notre Dame and Kentucky every year along with Ball State time to time. I don’t know if their is value in playing Indiana State anymore.

  2. A bit off-topic, but how about that stunning win by the Celtics last night?

    And Stevens’ Celtics were without the services of Isaiah Thomas? So Boston gets destroyed in the first two games at home with their “star” point guard and proceed to win in Cleveland with him sidelined(while holding LeBron to 11 points)?

    There has been little competitiveness in both NBA conference finals….The mega blowouts have likely dropped Interest in these games to all-time viewership lows……until Boston found some chemistry and life without their superstar.
    Go figure.

  3. Not surprising, it is the NBA and for that matter professional sports (big time wrestling model). Secret and private board meetings including others involved; controlled outcomes and fixes when wanted and/or needed when money (income past, present, and future) is involved. Another example of corruption in our non free market society. It is sad for some who make career decisions that knowingly participate that make them no better or worse than anyone else; rather, just the same as the rest of us. Only, richer.

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