Hoosier Morning

IU soccer couldn’t keep pace with Big Ten newcomer Maryland, losing 2-1 on Sunday, I wrote.

That the bye couldn’t come at a better time is one of the key takeaways from Indiana’s loss to Michigan State, Mike wrote.

Indiana field hockey and women’s soccer lost on Sunday, we reported.

Indiana football remains stuck in program quicksand, Brian Bennett of ESPN.com writes.

In the wake of Saturday’s struggle, the question is where does IU football go from here, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Freshman cornerback Donavan Clark gambled and lost, but he and the Hoosiers will just place another bet, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

The state’s leading high school rusher picked up a scholarship offer from Indiana over the weekend, Ben Breiner of the Muncie Star Press writes.

Maryland soccer coach Sasha Cirovski picked up his first win as a player or coach against Indiana on Sunday in Bloomington, Joshua Needelman of the Diamondback writes.

The offseason roster turnover just might be what IU basketball needed, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.

Former IU assistant coach Kenny Johnson has lost 106 pounds since arriving at Louisville, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

Quicksand? Quicksand. Here, performing “Fazer” from the 1993 album, Slip.