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Verdell Jones celebrates against Minnesota. James Broshe | Herald-Times

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  • There is a sense of normal, of the usual, with the returning sophomores and juniors on the basketball team, Dustin writes.
  • For some of IU’s redshirt freshmen, the year off the field helped them to study the playbook, calm the nerves and gain weight/strength, Dustin writes.
  • The football team spent the afternoon with members of the Boys & Girls Club, and some players remember their time with the group, Ryan Winn writes.

IT’S INDIANA

BIG TEN FOOTBALL

TAKE A LOOK

Dire Straits’ “Brothers in Arms.”

6 comments

  1. Knopfler’s soloing and general guitar work on “Sultans of Swing” is some of my favorite rock guitar stuff of all time.

  2. Indeed. “Brothers in Arms” was the first compact disc I ever purchased, and it’s still tops of my “desert island discs.” Fantastic album.

  3. Music can certainly touch the heart. For me, personally, it’s Dusty Springfield’s “Poor Wayfaring Stranger”…I play it everyday in hopes Bobby K. returns to take us home.

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