Hoosier Morning

IU football’s signing class shows that recruits are buying what Kevin Wilson’s selling, Mike writes.

Indiana’s recruits feature a lot of speed, but a lot of consistency in the coaching staff was what made the Hoosiers’ recruiting a success, Andy writes.

Jenn Anderson is willing to take the fall, leading the IU women’s basketball team in charges taken heading into tonight’s game vs. Northwestern, Jon writes.

Indiana’s too little, too late comeback at Wisconsin at least provided a silver lining, I wrote.

Indiana’s recruiting haul was highlighted by players who can haul in passes, David Woods of the Indianapolis Star writes.

On the heels of a season full of quarterback injuries and struggles, Indiana signed six players that played QB in high school, even if most of them eventually play a different position, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Kevin Wilson’s signing day Q-and-A with ESPN.com’s Brian Bennett.

The good, the bad, the inconsistencies and Bobby Knight as “The General” who never was (rated MA for language), by Jeremy Collins or SBnation.com.

Marni Mooney is Indiana basketball’s “grade coach,” and she runs a tight ship, Pete DiPrimio writes for Homes & Lifestyles Magazine.

Wisconsin exploited the Indiana defense and here’s how in the latest film session, with Ryan Corazza of Inside the Hall.

In honor of signing day, here’s “What You Signed Up For” by the Jennifer Nettles Band.