Hoosier Morning

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Safety Nick Polk was the last Hoosier off the field after losing to Purdue in the Old Oaken Bucket Game Saturday. 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

  • In a season where the Hoosiers felt they made progress, the end result was the same, Lynn Houser writes.
  • Another season ends with more questions for IU, Chris Korman writes.
  • Purdue quarterback Joey Elliott’s four touchdowns put IU behind and then finished the job, I wrote.
  • The tape of the Boston University game showed Indiana just how far it needs to go, Dustin Dopirak writes.
  • Men’s soccer needs to keep its focus against Butler today, Jeremy Price writes.
  • Veterans have been important in the women’s basketball team’s 3-0 start, Andrew Wyder writes.
  • The state of Indiana is flush with high school basketball talent, many of which are interested in Indiana, I wrote.

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Another season down. Queen’s “Another One Bites The Dust.”

3 comments

  1. • Husky Tom | November 20th, 2009 at 7:03 am |

    Man, it’s tough to be an IU fan…when was the last time we were on the blog saying “wow, what an impressive win! Can’t believe we beat those guys!”

    • IU Historian | November 20th, 2009 at 9:01 am |

    Husky Tom said – when was the last time we were on the blog saying “wow, what an impressive win! Can’t believe we beat those guys!”

    The answer to your question is never. The HT didn’t have blogs before September 2000.

    How quickly we forget! How about Feb 19, 2008. Or a week later on Feb 16, 2008 (both in Assembly Hall, both mighty impressive performances by any standard).

  2. Hey, I got my dates wrong. Feb 16 was BEFORE Feb 19 by three days. What a week that was! The basketball played by the Hoosiers in these two games was perfectly NCAA compliant and simply outstanding!

    Forgetting that is a sin as big as making too many phone calls to recruits. :mrgreen:

  3. This picture of Polk says it all…this IU Football team should be going to a bowl game, instead, the season is over once again before Thanksgivings Day.

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