Hoosier Morning

The typically uptempo Indiana offense is finding that a slower pace can work to its benefit, Mike writes.

IU women’s golf lost in match play to Colorado on Monday, we reported.

IU freshman Jonathan Crawford is a man of few words, but his play is doing the talking, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Of three surprise unbeatens in the Big Ten, the verdict is Indiana isn’t for real, Brian Bennett of ESPN.com writes.

IU football commit Allen Cater says defensive coordinator Brian Knorr looked at Cater like he was “the hottest girl in the school” but followed the rules and made an impression, Thomas Scott of the Atlanta Journal Constitution writes.

Former IU star running back Tevin Coleman is out indefinitely with a rib fracture for the Atlanta Falcons, ESPN.com reports.

Former Hoosier Eric Gordon is looking forward to a faster-paced offense under new New Orleans’ coach Alvin Gentry, Jim Eichenhofer of NBA.com writes.

A tune for the Indiana offense — “Slow It Down” by The Lumineers.


  1. Brian Bennet wrote, “But, oh, that defense. FPI rates it (IU’s defense) No. 120 in the country (there are 128 FBS teams). Allowing more than 544 yards per game, as the Hoosiers have done, is an unsustainable formula for success.” Yep, I’d say that’s a pretty accurate assessment and prognosis. But hey, if we can beat Wake Forest this weekend, we’re 4-0 and all the prognosticators can go fly a kite, because it will be the first time in 25 years that IU is 4-0, and The Hoosier Nation will be able to hold old to hope of at least six wins for a few more weeks.

  2. “Cater plans on visiting again during his bye week to watch the Hoosiers face the Ohio State Buckeyes.” That’s not good! Any way you can get him the change the date of his visit?

  3. You could always put a link on the IDS site…..It’s o.k. .. You should have your realm.

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