Hoosier Morning

Coaching keeps IU cross country coach Ron Helmer moving forward despite some tough blows in the last year, Mike wrote.

The Indiana defense needs to step forward down the stretch if the Hoosiers are to win football games, Mike wrote.

The second-ranked Indiana soccer team used a pair of first-half goals to cruise past Evansville, we reported.

Indiana volleyball got its first win over Minnesota since 2010 Wednesday, we reported.

A track background and knack for the big play have Tevin Coleman on the fringes of the Heisman Trophy radar, Bill Bender of the Sporting News writes.

QB injuries have likely given Kevin Wilson a pass so far as his win-loss record is concerned this season, David Woods of the Indianapolis Star writes in his mailbag.

The IU soccer team’s defense keyed the Evansville win at both ends of the field, Michael Hughes of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

The basketball Hoosiers are still transitioning from practice to game shape according to Tom Crean, Jordan Littman of Inside the Hall writes.

The Charlotte Hornets picked up their third-year option on former Hoosier Cody Zeller, who had 11 points and two rebounds in a season-opening OT win, Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer writes.

The University of North Carolina’s accreditation is under review again, Derek Rowles of abc11.com writes.

Since we’re talking about the Hoosiers getting in shape, here’s The Yardbirds with “Shape of Things.”


  1. If Coleman can do that, doesn’t it deserve some Heisman love?

    “We’ve just got to try and beat an opponent and get to the bowl game,” Coleman said. “We’re working on that right now. We want to win that bowl game. I’m just trying to stay ahead.”

  2. Has iu football recruiting taken a dive? Or at least lost its momentum? Penn state looking recruiting excellent. Purdue looking good. IU seems to have it a wall.

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