Hoosier Morning

IU senior wide receiver Nick Stoner has his faith and family etched in ink on his body, Mike writes.

The Hoosier soccer team is still waiting for the goals to come after a 0-0 tie with Butler, Andy writes.

Indiana field hockey extended the best start in program history to 6-0, we reported.

A season-high 22 shots weren’t enough for Indiana soccer to find the net in a draw with Butler, Stuart Jackson of AllHoosiers.com writes.

IU running back Tevin Coleman is eyeing another big day against Missouri, Dave Matter of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes.

Missouri’s Gary Pinkel can relate to what Kevin Wilson is trying to do at Indiana, Tod Palmer of the Kansas City Star writes.

Freshman wide receiver J-Shun Harris has big hands and a big heart in a little body, Sam Beishuizen of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

A film study of the Indiana defense and a tale of two halves at Bowling Green, via Dan at puntjohnpunt.com.

Florida State has created a monster who can no longer be tamed and set the stage to make him even more of a savior with a first-half suspension vs. Clemson, Dan Wolken of USA Today writes.

A song for famous Jameis Winston — “Building a Monster” by Skylar Grey.


  1. Missouri coach has understanding of IU situation. I think IU is about where Missouri was in recruiting 10 or 11 years ago. Time will tell if IU with & K. Wilson & staff & players can turn the corner for 6, 7, and 8+ win seasons. Is football recruiting curtailing off for 2015. IU needs a solid win year 6+ to keep momentum moving in positive direction and put BG loss in perspective.

  2. t, agree with you. There is a difference, however between the 2 programs. Missou has a solid FB tradition though clearly they were down prior to Pinkel. By contrast, we have never had a winning history which makes IU’s task all that more challenging. IU needs guys with the potential to play in the NFL. In any given instance, schools like Missou are going to have a better shot at landing those people than IU. We have gotten some and we’ll get more, but it is a steep and treacherous climb for IU. Our success in recruiting offense is in part the result of KW having a deserved reputation for mentoring NFL stars. We need those kinds of recruiting chops on the defensive side.

  3. Yes, Missouri does have a higher football tradition than IU, pretty solid, but not elite status. Yes, it is more challenging for IU than Missouri that is why let K. Wilson continue full length of contract with the hope somewhere along the line IU football does well enough to warrant an extension for him and staff…..and IU can start tradition in the earlier part of 21st century. So if the year 2100 comes it will look like a better football tradition than the 20th century unless everyone is playing soccer instead of football or whatever happens during this century.

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