Hoosier Morning

According to his mother, Zander Diamont was born for the spotlight, and it appears he’ll get his chance for IU against Michigan State, Mike writes.

A Q-and-A with Indiana freshman wide receiver J-Shun Harris, Mike writes.

Tom Crean offered a peak behind the curtain of IU basketball, though the finished product is still far off, I wrote.

O.G. Anunoby’s high school coach talked about the IU commit’s decision-making process and potential, with Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall.

Chris Covington’s mother said her son won’t play against Michigan State this Saturday, David Woods of the Indianapolis Star wrote.

The Indiana offense was all or nothing no matter who the quarterback was at Iowa according to the advanced box score, Billy at puntjohnpunt.com writes.

It’s time for Hanner Mosquera-Perea’s IU career to take off, Andy Wittry of IUSportCom writes.

Patrick Doody’s passion for soccer and IU has made him a leader for the Hoosiers, Andrew Vailliencourt of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Will Sheehey made the suggestion to shoot right-handed, and Stan Robinson took it, Justin Albers of AllHoosiers.com writes.

Based on the sources of Wednesday’s IU quarterback news, The Police with “Mother.”


  1. Dare I say, the song choice was “Priceless?”…….Never had the pleasure of hearing that tune until now. It was delightful….It put what’s been some difficult times of late into perspective. It made me smile. It then made me laugh in that totally unexpected, completely spontaneous, utterly unharnessed manner, that only laughter, in it’s golden manor of mystery, can feed the soul with an incomparable high; a rush of volcanic joy locked away in a most precious vault, somewhere in the center of innocence and hope. Mother…oh, mother. Thanks Jeremy.

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