Hoosier Morning

IU freshmen Noah Vonleh was MIA in the second half against Michigan State, continuing a troubling trend, Dustin writes.

A measured response, making some changes while not pushing the panic button, will serve the Hoosiers well this week, I wrote.

Indiana junior wide receiver Cody Latimer has been working out in Florida with senior Kofi Hughes, and now both hope to hear their named called in the NFL Draft, Dustin wrote.

Maurice Creek lived a scene out of Hoosiers, only it wasn’t for Indiana, but rather George Washington as he enjoys being a healthy basketball player again, John Feinstein of the Washington Post writes.

Five takeaways from Indiana’s loss to Michigan State Saturday, from Alex Bozich at Inside the Hall.

Victor Oladipo is making a significant impact, Cody Zeller not so much two months into their pro careers, Quinn Saturday of IUSportCom writes.

Luke Fischer’s departure leaves a hole both now and in the future for the Hoosiers, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.

The IU women’s class of 2014 is headlined by Tyra Buss, but a coach’s daughter named Amanda Cahill in Ohio is leaving her own mark as well, Matthew Horn of the Fremont News-Messenger writes.

IU soccer’s Nikita Kotlov is projected as the No. 13 pick in the upcoming MLS SuperDraft, with A.J. Corrado going in the third round, according to Ives Galarcep of SoccerByIves.net.

Iowa coach Fran McCaffery lost his cool and it lost the Hawkeyes the game against Wisconsin Sunday night (video included), Myron Medcalf of ESPN.com writes.

Michigan’s Mitch McGary is facing surgery on Tuesday and an uncertain future, Mike DeCourcy of the Sporting News writes.

Noah Vonleh might be missing in action, but he’s no Chuck Norris.

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