Hoosier Morning

IU coach Tom Crean wants the 2014-15 Hoosiers to be on the attack, Mike writes.

Nick Zeisloft has been a Hoosier three months, but he’s already taking the lead, I wrote.

Indiana’s Yogi Ferrell was a preseason All-Big Ten pick, though Wisconsin dominated the honors, Mike wrote.

Indiana’s Tevin Coleman is finally getting the attention he deserves, no matter who the quarterback is, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

The Michigan State defense is expecting the unexpected from the Indiana offense, Joe Rexrode of the Detroit Free Press writes.

An inability for the IU defense to cause turnovers remains an issue in the Iowa defensive film study, Billy at puntjohnpunt.com writes.

The calendar has turned to the 2014-15 season, and IU is ready to turn the page from last year, Kyle Rowland of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

Cutting down the turnovers is at the top of Yogi Ferrell’s list of ways to improve this season, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.

Finding a defensive focus is one of the new challenges for the IU women’s basketball team, Dan Matney of the Indiana Daily Student.

A pair of goals by former Hoosier Lee Nguyen only strengthened his case for MLS MVP, Craig Forde of MLSsoccer.com writes.

Wisconsin, Kentucky and Pinocchio’s nose were topics of conversation at Big Ten Media Day, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

New expectations for Wisconsin, but it’s the same old Bo Ryan, Mike DeCourcy of the Sporting News writes.

In honor of Zander Diamont’s start, a clip from his mom (stepmom) Cindy Ambuehl’s appearnce on Seinfeld.


  1. The most random One For the Road to date. And in keeping with the Seinfeld references, it is spectacular.


  2. North Carolina & the NCAA. Will NC take down the 2005 National champs banner? Ten members of the team took sham class to up grades allowing them to stay on team and/or graduate. The mentioned “class” offered over 10 years. Not sure how this measures up with the parking passes debacle at IU. Half the sham class students were not athletic team members bringing into question NC’s academic status.

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