Hoosier Morning


As always, my IU review.

The Hoosiers are ready to stay rarefied air by remaining undefeated after tonight’s matchup with Howard, Dustin wrote.

IU’s wrestlers dropped their Big Ten opener on Sunday.


The IndyStar gives a quick preview of tonight’s matchup with Howard.

Now with Valparaiso, former Hoosier Bobby Capobianco roots on his former IU teammates in their success, John Mutka of the Gary Post-Tribune writes.

Zeller remains the focus of the team, despite being a freshman, Tim Etheridge of the Evansville Courier Press writes.

Alex Bozich of the Inside the Hall goes inside the numbers and tells us what to expect from a struggling Howard team.


The continued evolution of Evan Smotrycz is paying dividends for the Michigan basketball team, Nick Baumgardner of AnnArbor.com writes.

After working hard to change his body in the offseason, Derrick Nix says fatigue isn’t a factor this year for the Spartan forward, Joe Rexrode of the Lansing State Journal writes.

Illinois center Meyers Leonard has NBA potential, but his maturity needs some work, Shannon Ryan of the Chicago Tribune wrote.

Northwestern’s John Shurna absolutely shot the lights out against Eastern Illinois, sinking nine 3-pointers in the Wildcat win, Tina Akouris of the Chicago Sun-Times writes.


  1. Thanks for the update on Capo. He’s a great kid and I’m sorry it didn’t work out for him here. I think his new league is a speed that fits him better and I won’t be surprised to see him end up a star at Valpo. Best of success to him.

  2. I too think Bobby and Valpo are a good match. His attitude and energy will be a positive for the Drew and the Crusaders.

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