Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
It was a triumphant night for Yogi Ferrell and his Indiana teammates against Illinois, Mike writes.

Following Yogi’s lead, the Hoosiers are helping out each other and having fun in the process, I wrote.

Indiana offensive lineman Dan Feeney, who is returning for his senior year, is as valuable off the field as on, Andy writes.

The IU women’s basketball team looks to remain unbeaten at Assembly Hall tonight against Illinois, Jon writes.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Yogi Ferrell’s legacy continues to grow after breaking the IU assist record on Tuesday, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Yogi Ferrell’s name is in the record books, but can he add championships to his legacy, asks Brody Miller of the Indiana Daily Student.

Yogi and the Hoosiers took a stroll through the record book in beating the Illini, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

The Hoosiers have found their pride, their defense and the win column, writes Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com.

It’s time for Yogi Ferrell to be recognized on a bigger stage for his success, Justin Albers of AllHoosiers.com writes.

Former Hoosier Antwaan Randle El says he wouldn’t play football if he had it all to do over again, Jacob Emert of the Washington Post writes.

Indiana quarterback Nate Sudfeld aims to be the first Hoosier QB drafted since Gibran Hamdan in 2003 as he readies for the NFL passing wars, Dave-‘Te Thomas of NFLDraftReport.com writes.

Sudfeld hopes to raise his NFL stock in this weekend’s East-West Shrine Bowl, according to SBNation.com.

Get to know new Indiana defensive coordinator Tom Allen through the eyes of a USF writer, via CrimsonQuarry.com.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
In memory of Glenn Frey, “Part of Me, Part of You” from the Thelma and Louise soundtrack.