Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
The IU women’s team played some of its worst basketball, then some of its best in rallying from 17 down to beat Iowa, Jon writes.

2. IT’S INDIANA
See how Indiana turned defense into offense at Michigan in the latest film session, by Ryan Corazza of Inside the Hall.

Yogi Ferrell continues to prove he’s one of the best point guards in the country, Grace Palmieri of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

The Big Ten Network this week unveiled Indiana’s all-time starting five, at BTN.com.

Indiana’s Robert Johnson is one of the seven best glue guys in the nation, Joe Boozell of NCAA.com writes.

Tom Crean makes the top 10 coaching facial expressions, Myron Medcalf of ESPN.com writes.

Former Indianapolis Park Tudor basketball coach Kyle Cox, who was an assistant coach during Yogi Ferrell’s playing career, was arrested on Thursday and charged with one count of coercion and enticement after an inappropriate relationship with a student, although the school may have had a hand in delaying his arrest, Michael Hughes of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Fred Glass says IU athletics has to do more with less, and football success is the only way to improve the finances, while the uncertainty of national issues is the most difficult part for the athletic director, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

A breakdown of trends, methodology, playing time and more of recruiting in the Kevin Wilson era, Dan at puntjohnpunt.com writes.

Once the ball started going through the net, it didn’t stop as IU women’s basketball rallied past Iowa, Teddy Bailey of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
In memory of founder Maurice White, here’s Earth, Wind and Fire with “Shining Star.”

2 comments

  1. So, “Indiana’s all-time starting five” consists of three guards and two small forwards. They’d better not miss.

    I’m not sure BTN understands what “starting five” means.

  2. “Fred Glass says …….football success is the only way to improve the finances.” Translation: if you want IU Athletics to remain competitive and/or improve, support the football program. That means buy tickets, go to the home games, buy IU merchandise, make a donation. And stop with the stupid argument that IU will never be good in football because it is a “basketball school.” IU can’t afford to be just a basketball school. The Hoosier Nation will get the success in football and all other athletic programs it deserves.

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