Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ

South Carolina State is no ordinary FCS program, I wrote.

Indiana’s fate rests upon development at the quarterback position, Andy wrote.

2. INDIANA FOOTBALL

The return of Duwyce Wilson and Ted Bolser to the receiving corps could do a lot for the Hoosiers, Alex McCarthy of the Indiana Daily Student wrote.

Duwyce Wilson has a chance to be the receiver of the future for Indiana, Justin Albers of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

South Carolina State may be undersized, but IU knows not to overlook the Bulldogs, Max McCombs of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Indiana is trying to get its mind right for South Carolina State, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Indiana’s running game now has three faces, Zach Osterman of Inside Indiana writes (subscription only).

Ed Wright-Baker is trying to find his rhythm, Osterman writes.

Cody Evers is getting his chance to start, Mike Pegram of Rivals.com writes.

3. INDIANA BASKETBALL RECRUITING

A Q&A with DeMatha Catholic forward BeeJay Anya from Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall.

Jaquan Lyle’s football career gives him a newfound release, Osterman writes.

Peter Jurkin’s shin is healing and he’s put on 20 pounds, Jeff Rabjohns of Rivals.com writes.

4. SOUTH CAROLINA STATE

Darius Drummond is proving to be a big-play threat for South Carolina State, Brian Linder of the Times and Democrat writes.

2 comments

  1. Just a suggestion: put a ($) next to links to pay sites so we don’t have to waste time clicking on the links.

  2. Anything written by Osterman and anything on Rivals is going to be paid. And frankly, the same information generally has already or will soon be available on one of the many other sites that don’t charge money for largely public information.

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