Hoosier Morning

Hanner Mosquera-Perea’s return from injury comes at the right time, but don’t expect to see Collin Hartman’s minutes decrease, Mike writes.

Slogging through the middle third of the Big Ten schedule, the Hoosiers are just trying to stay focused, I wrote.

Bloomington’s Jeremiah Gutjahr moved his dream of signing with IU soccer up a year, joining Indiana’s 2015 recruiting class, I wrote.

Even after a difficult loss to Indiana in the 1984 NCAA Tournament, Dean Smith was a class act, Andy writes.

Temple’s Amanda Janney was selected to take over as IU’s new field hockey coach, we reported.

Consistency continues to elude Stan Robinson, and the same goes for his minutes, Sam Buishuizen of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Yogi Ferrell is climbing the all-time lists at Indiana, so he is an all-time Hoosiers, asks Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star.

Injury splits reveal Indiana saw a spike in offensive efficiency and a decline in defensive efficiency without Hanner Mosquera-Perea, Dan Hanner of basketball.realgm.com writes.

Former Hoosier Eric Gordon scored a season-high 31 points for the Pelicans in a loss to the Jazz, John Reid of the Times-Picayune writes.

Indiana soccer product A.J. Corrado is the first Hoosier to take advantage of the guaranteed degree, finishing his final 12 credits after his first season of professional soccer, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.

IU baseball is picked fourth in the Big Ten, with Logan Sowers projected as Freshman of the Year, according to D1baseball.com.

T.J. Green, son of former Hoosier quarterback Trent Green, will be a preferred walk-on at Northwestern, SBnation.com reports.

This all-time list talk about Yogi Ferrell brings me just one place — Rita Coolidge and “All Time High” from the Octopussy soundtrack.