Hoosier Morning


Kevin Wilson said he isn’t sure if Darius Willis will play again this season, I wrote.

Tom Crean is getting everything he can out of the two hours a week players can work out, I wrote.

Fred Glass says ticket sales are up, that he’s been working to address likely traffic issues, but that fans should arrive early, I wrote.


Indiana expects Shane Wynn to makeĀ  big impact despite his stature, Max McCombs of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Indiana’s defensive linemen have to play with more passion and not peek past blockers, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Indiana will look to make some changes, but more importantly, the Hoosiers want more energy,” Lamond Pope of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

Ed Wright-Baker won the starting job at quarterback with his work ethic,” Zach Osterman of Inside Indiana writes (subscription only).

True freshman wide receivers Shane Wynn, Cody Latimer and Jay McCants worked their way into the lineup quickly, Mike Pegram of Rivals.com writes (subscription only.)


Virginia’s defense didn’t get nearly as much credit as it deserved for its dominating performance of William & Mary, Jay Jenkins of the Charlottesville Daily Progress writes.

The Cavaliers’ run defense was very much a weak point a year ago, but Saturday’s performance gives reason for optimism, Michael Phillips of the Richmond Times-Dispatch writes.

Virginia quarterback Michael Rocco was supposed to go to Louisville, but a series of events led him to Virginia, Doug Doughty of the Roanoke Times writes.