Hoosier Morning

Indiana’s athleticism and rebounding played well at Madison Square Garden in a convincing win over Washington, Dustin wrote.

IU men’s soccer fell behind 3-0, then saw a furious rally fall short in a 3-2 loss to Akron in the NCAA Tournament Thursday night, we reported.

Shannon Flower turned her back on the family sport, tennis, and family school, Ohio State, to become one of IU women’s soccer’s best goalkeepers, I wrote.

IU freshmen Noah Vonleh and Troy Williams might be under the national radar, but are as important as any newcomers in the country, Jeff Borzello of CBSsports.com writes.

Prior to Thursday’s game, Tom Crean did a Q-and-A with Jon Rothstein of CBSsports.com.

Washington couldn’t rebound, couldn’t shoot straight and couldn’t stop Indiana from dunking, Percy Allen of the Seattle Times wrote.

Freshman defensive tackle Darius Latham is what is both right and wrong with the IU defense, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer’s best memory of Ohio State heading into this weekend is winning the state championship in basketball, Todd Jones of the Columbus Dispatch writes.

Former IU football coach Lee Corso is still finding a way to get the job done, Ed Sherman writes.

Former IU soccer player and assistant coach Caleb Porter is driven by past failure to find success as coach of the MLS’ Portland Timbers, Grant Wahl of SI.com writes.

On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, here’s “Abraham, Martin and John” by Dion.


  1. Geoff,

    A few days ago you asked me about my thoughts on the play of Darius Latham so far this year. In the Hoosier Morning above is an article by Pete DiPrimio from Fort Wayne that explains pretty near everything I listed and much more I did not. I think you might enjoy if you have not already.

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