Hoosier Morning

New Orleans couldn’t slow the pace nearly enough to keep up with Indiana, Mike wrote.

IU’s 10th win of the season Monday showed how far the Hoosiers have come in the past seven weeks by bonding together, I wrote.

IU is almost where it needs to be with one non-conference game left to play, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Since taking its lumps against Louisville, Indiana has bounced back better than before, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

A film session on Yogi Ferrell’s second-half explosion against Butler, from Ryan Corazza of Inside the Hall.

Tevin Coleman’s father says his son may not make a decision on his future until after New Year’s Day, David Woods of the Indianapolis Star wrote.

IU strength coach Tom Morris isn’t walking, but “life is pretty great,” Chance Walser of WRTV6 reports.

In honor of UNO’s blue uniforms and the holiday season, “Blue Christmas” from the TV classic, The Year Without A Santa Claus.


  1. IU is 10-2. 1 expected loss. 1 unexpected loss. On the verge of redemption and making some noise with a win over G’town in NYC. I’ve been critical even cynical, but if we can go 11-2 with wins over 2 ranked teams and the 26th place team….it’s time to unite and support this group of young men and the staff.

  2. Top ten ranked teams continue to struggle this season. Kansas got blown out by Temple the other day. I wonder if Jayhawk fans are demanding the coach be fired?

  3. For those interested in IU sports, the most recent edition of Inside Indiana offers some good stuff. Highly recommend you pick up a copy and read it. Interesting panel discussion about the relative job security of both Wilson and Crean.

  4. Also, Arizona (ranked #3) lost to an unranked UNLV team yesterday. That’s three top ten teams that have lost to unranked and inferior (on paper) opponents in the last week. Maybe those upsets will put things into perspective for some IU fans who seemed to lose hope after IU’s two losses.

    I think the Big Ten season is going to be a wild ride.

  5. The fact that there are always going to be upsets is completely unrelated to Crean’s incompetence in coaching basketball. Crean’s team is not a top ten team. Crean’s team did not even make the CBT last season. Stop comparing with Arizona, Kansas and other top ten teams. Crean’s team still has a lot to prove. Three games away followed by OSU at home. Crean sucks. Now we’ll see. Let’s hope the players have learned to overcome Crean’s phony sideline influence by now.

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