Hoosier Morning

The No. 1 Indiana basketball team opens the season tonight thin on the frontline, Dustin writes.

Sophomore Quaneisha McCurty is the X-factor as the IU women’s basketball team opens the season tonight at Valparaiso, Mike Miller writes.

Athletics director Fred Glass is on a mission to fill Memorial Stadium for Saturday’s football showdown with Wisconsin, Mike Leonard writes.

Eriq Zavaleta was named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year in men’s soccer, we reported.

From our 2012-13 IU men’s basketball preview section:

Cody Zeller is ESPN.com’s preseason national player of the year, Michael Rothstein blogs.

Greatness is still Maurice Creek’s goal as he takes the court in tonight’s season opener, Jay Heater of the Columbus Republic writes.

The Wisconsin offensive line and Indiana’s defensive tackles are a matchup to watch, Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes.

A fitting selection for the beginning of the basketball season. Here’s “The Start of Something Beautiful” by Porcupine Tree.


  1. Anyone know when the ESPN and Sports Illustrated with Zeller hits the stands…Dustin? I have gone to B and N twice with NO success. Thanks for any info.

  2. Never ever again this golden opportunity to beat Wiscy.

    I think Wisconsin goes down tomorrow.

    I think we beat both Penn State and Purdue.

  3. I wonder when the article about Belcher will be on here. I remember many ripping Wilson to shreds when he parted ways with the IU football team without knowing the entire story. Now he has been arrested in a drug bust. I think Wilson knew what he was doing. Feel sorry for Belcher, he did have a great future but chose a different path.

  4. Dustin. You need to fix the “line-up box” “Bryant-Indiana used in the paper. Shows Cody at 6’3. This must be a standard text you import, was the same for the last game.

  5. Dustin….The IU women’s team is really looking interesting. Could there ever be a double-header game, both the women’s and men’s team at Assembly Hall. I could see that adding a boost to the women’s program.

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