Hoosier Morning

Kevin Wilson wants to carry the positive energy of the first half against Michigan State forward, Mike writes.

The schedule gets no easier for the No. 8 IU soccer team when it hosts No. 1 Notre Dame tonight, I wrote.

Indiana’s James Blackmon Jr. checks in as the projected 10th-highest scoring freshmen in the nation this season, Dan Hanner and Luke Winn write for SI.com.

IU and Notre Dame soccer share a lot of similarities and the last two national titles heading into tonight’s match, Michael Hughes of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Soap opera star Don Diamont wouldn’t be surprised to see his son flip the script going forward at IU, David Woods of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Tevin Coleman doesn’t have a chance to win the Heisman Trophy and never did, Gregg Doyel of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Less fouling is key to the development of former Hoosiers’ Cody Zeller and Noah Vonleh with the Charlotte Hornets, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer writes.

Watch Don Diamont and “Bold and the Beautiful” co-star Jacqueline MacInnes Wood in this interview on Australian television.

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  1. Greg Doyel’s article about Coleman not having a chance to win the Heisman, because he plays for IU, is exactly right. And that’s why the Heisman Trophy grows ever-less relevant in today’s world of college football. It’s not given to the best football player in college football, it’s given to the best of the notorious football players who play on winning teams. It’s become a bit of a joke, and it was the fact that Andrew Luck was not awarded the Heisman that convinced me of that.

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