Hoosier Morning

All the good things Indiana did to build a 16-point first half lead came unraveled in the second half in Thursday’s loss at Nebraska, Dustin wrote.

In a repeat of IU’s double-digit letdown in Lincoln two years ago, the Hoosiers find themselves again at a crossroads, I wrote.

Poor shooting helped doom the IU women and frustrate coach Curt Miller in a loss to Northwestern, Mike wrote.

Tim Miles’ no holds barred halftime speech sparked Nebraska to turn a first-half nightmare into a dream comeback win, Lee Barfknecht of the Omaha World-Herald wrote.

Four-star safety Nilijah Ballew, a former Louisville commit, says Indiana is now his favorite and would commit if offered, Steve Jones of the Louisville Courier-Journal reports.

IU basketball has significant recruiting interest in both 6-10 Matt Cimino and 6-7 Josh Cunningham for 2014, per this recent report from Inside the Hall.

In addition to Cimino, Indiana is showing interest in 6-10 Spaniard Ruben Guerrero for 2014 as well, as Scott Manning of SB Nation’s BT Powerhouse notes.

One reason why IU is hitting the recruiting trail is the potential departure of Noah Vonleh, who’s more of a sure thing than highly touted Julius Randle of Kentucky, per Jonathan Wasserman of BleacherReport.

Forgive the all too obvious selection, but here’s Bruce Springsteen live with “Nebraska.”


  1. Does Noah leave for the NBA because hes good AND ready;or does he leave to get away from CTC.from the way they play ( CONSISTENTLY and the ONLY consistency on this team) high number of turnovers…at this point in the season one would think they would have learned HOW to pass the ball!!! Either somone isnt listening OR someone isnt coaching….probably a little of both….Time to stop “blaming” the young team and time for Tom Crean to look in the mirror and evaluate HIS coaching abilities…young team or not

  2. 2 new Hoosier FB commits this AM. Athlete Will Dawkins of Florida and CB Kiante Walton of Georgia. Makes 24 verbals.

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