Hoosier Mid-Afternoon

Sorry about the delay. Blame Upland’s Octoberfest. It’s delicious.

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Bill Lynch hangs his head as he walks off the field after Saturday’s loss to Wisconsin. Chris Howell | Herald-Times

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

  • Indiana rallied for two fourth-quarter touchdowns, but never made a stop on defense when it needed to, Dustin Dopirak writes.
  • Bryan Payton continues to play well when counted on, but also be comfortable with his unique (for football) thoughts and dreams, Chris Korman writes.
  • In the Game Day notebook, Dustin and I run down some of the other events during Saturday’s game, including Terrence Turner’s first TD, Darius Willis’ injured leg and give credit to the Wisconsin offensive line as the players of the game.

IT’S INDIANA

WHERE HAVE YOU GONE, BARRY ALVAREZ

BIG TEN FOOTBALL

TAKE A LOOK

Those splendid Canadians, the Barenaked Ladies, singing, “Too Little, Too Late.” Fitting. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday.