Hoosier Morning

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Ohio State defenders Kurt Coleman and Jermale Hines attempt to tackle Navy running back Marcus Curry during the season opener. Associated Press

Welcome to Hoosier Morning, a daily batch of links intended to keep you informed of what is going on at Indiana, in the Big Ten and throughout the college sporting world.AT HOOSIERSHQ.COM

  • For the first time in a long time, the Ohio State defense entered the season without a player known nationally. But it’s still the same defense the Big Ten has grown to hate, Dustin Dopirak writes.
  • The Indiana men’s soccer team, now No. 9 in the country, heads to No. 11 Cal-Santa Barbara tonight. The Gauchos are looking to set a NCAA attendance record for the game, which will be televised on Fox Soccer Channel, Jeremy Price writes.
  • Chris Korman and Dustin held a live chat Thursday morning with Herald-Times readers. You can read the transcript of that chat here.

IT’S INDIANA

SWEATER VESTS FOR EVERYONE (or news on Ohio State, Saturday’s opponent)

  • Ohio State nose tackle Dexter Larimore’s body is designed for function, not elegance, the Columbus Dispatch’s Ken Gordon writes.
  • The Dispatch’s Bill Rabinowitz talked to former Indiana coaches Bill Mallory, Lee Corso and Gerry DiNardo about Indiana’s consistent struggles.
  • OSU running back Daniel Herron is probably out for Saturday’s game with an ankle sprain, the Dispatch’s Tim May writes. Brandon Saine, who gained 81 yards on 13 carries against Illinois, will start.

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TAKE A LOOK

A motivational message for the Hoosiers, from the cast of FOX’s hit “Glee.”

One comment

  1. The article about the 3 ex-coaches was interesting. The problem has been identified for years. The solution was ignored for years.It has always been my contention that hired coaches didn’t get dumb from drinking the Bloomington water.
    The stadium up-grade is very important. Last weekends game was important. Tomorrow’s game is important.
    Go back and investigate the 1967 team. Both lines were dominated by fourth and fifth year players. The linebckers were experienced. The team has been remembered for Gonso/Isenbarger/Butcher but that is the wrong perception. There was a reason for the team going 9-1, 6-4, 4-6 and Gonso/Isenbarger/Butcer were still there.

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