Hoosier Morning

What Kevin Wilson does with his defensive staff is a big decision, one he better get right, Andy writes.

The potential emergence of Austin Etherington off the IU bench could be a significant factor this season, I wrote.

The Indiana women’s basketball team continued its perfect start with a less than perfect trip to Morehead State, we reported.

Four IU wrestlers went unbeaten at the Hoosier Duals over the weekend, we reported.

Athletic director Fred Glass is spearheading a plan that would involve a $30-40 million renovation of Assembly Hall in the next few years, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Former Hoosier Maurice Creek wanted the ball, and he got it, hitting the game-winning shot (video) for George Washington against Maryland, Alex Prewitt of the Washington Post writes.

A look at how Indiana found success behind the 3-point line against North Florida, by Ryan Corazza of Inside the Hall.

Prior to Saturday’s loss to Missouri, this piece came out about an unbeaten, untested and enjoyable UCLA coach named Steve Alford, by Bill Plaschke of the Los Angeles Times.

From one Creek to another, here’s “When You Come Back Down,” by Nickel Creek.


  1. I am so happy for Maurice Creek! He will always be a Hoosier and very loved and respected in Indiana. This is a perfect example of the NCAA having an intelligent rule, that actually helps the kids. Mo gets to live his dream, Evan Gordon gets to live his dream. Everything worked out for the BEST!

  2. +1 Beat.

    I have been following Creek from a distance this year and am so happy to see him doing so well at G-Dub. Setback after setback after setback, Creek was resilient and indefatigable. Love seeing him hit the game winner in that clip.

    Keep it up, Mo! Still pulling hard for you man.

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