Hoosier Morning

A quartet of freshman receivers flashed potential in the Hoosiers’ opener, Mike wrote.

A vanilla offense, a potent backfield and encouraging signs on defense were among the takeaways from Week 1 of IU football, Mike wrote.

Jenna Allen switched her commitment from Indiana to Michigan State, the first recruiting domino to fall in the wake of Curt Miller’s resignation, Mike wrote.

On Sunday, the IU soccer team relied on sniffers and bagels to knock off No. 12 Marquette and earn a share of the IU Classic title, I wrote.

A Q-and-A with Victor Oladipo on leadership, losing and making superhero capes, from James Herbert of CBSsports.com.

Quarterback Nate Sudfeld is “cool with running,” but the Hoosiers need less of that and more passing, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Our first chance to hear directly from Emmitt Holt via this video from IU Athletics.

Texas Tech made the hiring of former IU women’s assistant coach Brandi Poole official on Monday, with this press release.

IU soccer freshman Grant Lillard’s play over the weekend earned a spot on the college soccer team of the week, from TopDrawerSoccer.com.

For Nate Sudfeld, the smash hit from the Cool Runnings soundtrack, Jimmy Cliff with his cover of “I Can See Clearly Now.”


  1. Been offline for a week. Missed the game. From the stats and write-up, looks like we did what we needed to do, no? Considering we gave up twice as many yards and more than 3x the points last year, looks like the defense did what it had to do.

    This is a glorified scrimmage, so unwise to draw any firm conclusions at this point. But there sure are some nice indicators here.

    When was the last time Indiana only threw the ball 18 times in one game? Dinardo era?

  2. We played well albeit against an undermanned opponent. Nonetheless, defensive fundamentals are improved significantly. Running game was impressive. Hey, a win is a win!!

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