Hoosier Morning

A school-record 18 made 3-pointers and a surprising rebounding advantage led Indiana past Minnesota, Mike writes.

Minnesota’s pressure defense had nothing on Indiana’s pressure offense on Sunday, I wrote.

Turnover proved costly for the IU women’s basketball team in a loss at No. 13 Iowa Sunday, Jon writes.

IU baseball dropped the series finale at Stanford, we reported.

Voters didn’t think Yogi Ferrell was one of the top 20, or even top 30, players in the nation, but he again proved his worth against Minnesota, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

Indiana’s 3-point explosion just might mark the start of a rocking end to the regular season, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

James Blackmon and Robert Johnson bounced back in a big way to pace IU’s 3-point barrage, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Minnesota’s three-game win streak ended in a flurry of Indiana 3-pointers, Amelia Rayno of the Minneapolis Star Tribune writes.

Indiana set a record for 3s by a Minnesota opponent in overwhelming the Gophers’ defense, Marcus Fuller of the St. Paul Pioneer Press writes.

Home success is great, but it’s unlikely to translate to postseason success, Casey Krajewski of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

A look at Hoosiers in the NBA on All-Star weekend, their first-half grades and second-half outlook, by Quinn Saturday of IUsportcom.

In honor of Indiana’s shooting performance, “Shoot, Shoot” by UFO live in 1976.