Hoosier Morning

Whether he stays or goes, Yogi Ferrell won’t ever have to play at Mackey Arena again as Indiana and Purdue will meet just once next season in Bloomington, Mike writes.

Bill Belichick paid the Hoosiers’ practice a visit on Tuesday, Mike writes.

The IU women’s basketball team had no answer for Michigan in the second half Wednesday night, we reported.

All Quinn Buckner did was lead and win, a worthy reason for his election to the College Basketball Hall of Fame, special guest Bob Hammel writes.

There’s a competitiveness to IU-Purdue this time that has been missing in recent years, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.

It’s showtime for Yogi Ferrell and the Hoosiers against Purdue, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Round Two of IU and Purdue might provide some answers about both teams, Chris Goff of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

Undersized Indiana has found a way to rebound this season, a challenge that continues against Purdue, Alden Woods of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Purdue season-ending road tests start in Bloomington with only two players who have played in Assembly Hall before, Nathan Baird of the Lafayette Journal and Courier writes.

There’s a ways to go, but Joe Barry Carroll’s Purdue blocks record is in reach of A.J. Hammons, Logan Cordes of the Purdue Exponent writes.

Yogi Ferrell is the No. 1 underrated player in the nation, according to Myron Medcalf of ESPN.com.

For the first Indiana-Purdue game at Assembly Hall in two years, “Bring It On Home” by Led Zeppelin live.