Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Building team chemistry is critical to the Indiana basketball team this season, Mike writes.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Long-time IU target Kyle Guy committed to Tony Bennett and Virginia on Monday, Whitelaw Reid of the Charlottesville Daily Progress writes.

Consistency continues to be the buzzword for Hanner Mosquera-Perea this season, Kyle Rowland of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

IU women’s basketball coach Teri Moren continues to establish relationships and chemistry with her new team, Casey Krajewski of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Not just the Hoosiers, but the entire state of Indiana with the exception of Notre Dame needs saving this football season, Austin North of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

The advanced box score from the IU-Michigan State is interesting, but not in a good way, Billy at puntjohnpunt.com notes.

Former Hoosier Victor Oladipo’s health status for the Orlando Magic’s season opener remains in doubt, Josh Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel writes.

Shoe companies continue to be a hot topic, and this look at the landscape includes IU’s adidas contract details, via Adam Himmelsbach of the Louisville Courier-Journal.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Today is practically begging for some Tony Bennett, so here he is with Paul McCartney on “The Very Thought of You.”

One comment

  1. Sounds to me like little Austin North wishes he were going to Notre Dame. ND hasn’t been “in Indiana” for years. I’m from South Bend and I can tell you first hand that most of the Jags that got to that “school” are from The east coast and just wish there was some way to transplant ND in their backyard. They have no regard for our state or the people that live there. I was a huge ND fan my whole childhood. My grandfather sold tickets at the ACC and was a season ticket holder. Then I became old enough to go to the bar and meet the Jags that go to that “school”. What a joke. Because they have a football team and they pay $40,000 a year to go there they think they’re freakin Harvard University! BS! IU is ten times the school ND will ever be. It only takes a small bit of research to figure this but I guess that is too much to ask of a little rich kid from a liberal arts “school”.

    When I was going to IU my friends dad explained how he would never hire another ND grad again. Shocked I asked why since I was under the false impression that they were an highly regarded academic school. He went to explain that all they do is walk around and talk about how they graduates from ND. They don’t actually do anything.

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