Hoosier Morning

Meet the Mocs and see how Indiana and Chattanooga stack up ahead of Thursday’s NCAA opener, Mike writes.

The NCAA Tournament reputations are very different for the IU women’s basketball team and its opponent, Georgia, Jon writes.

The Indiana baseball team rallied from a four-run deficit to top Evansville in 10 innings, we reported.

Slowing down Yogi Ferrell isn’t the only concern for Chattanooga when defending the Hoosiers, Gene Henley of the Chattanooga Times Free Press writes.

Ticket scalpers are making big bucks in Des Moines, where tickets are in the highest demand of any tournament site in the nation, Kevin Hardy of the Des Moines Register writes.

Battle-tested Indiana believes it’s up for the challenge of the NCAA Tournament, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Yogi Ferrell is ready to go all out in his final postseason as a Hoosier, Chris Goff of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

Kentucky is who IU used to be and who the Hoosiers want to be again, Gregg Doyel of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Speaking of Kentucky, the Wildcats better worry about their first-round foe and not Indiana, John Clay of the Lexington Herald-Leader writes.

Collin Hartman is just focusing on what he can control for the Hoosiers, Michael Hughes of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

What to expect from Chattanooga against Indiana, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.

The friendship of a pair of IU wrestlers has helped both of them reach the NCAA Championships, Sam Beishuizen of IUHoosiers.com writes.

We’re going to stick with dancing as a theme this week, so here’s Van Halen with “Dance The Night Away.”


  1. Mike Miller, thanks for posting the video of Rob Johnson on Twitter. He’s looking spry and moving well. Good news indeed.

  2. I’m sure some of you have read IU FB is getting a look see from grad transfer QB Chad Voytik formerly of Pitt in the ACC. He was Pitt’s starter in 2014 under HC Paul Chryst(ex OC of Wis.)but lost the starting job in 2015 under new HC Pat Narduzzi(ex DC of MSU)and has elected to transfer for his grad year. A 4* QB and rated the 4th best pro-style in the 2012 class. He is from Tenn. and is looking at IU, EKU and Memphis. He is a finance major. I remember Pitt in the Little Ceasar’s Bowl a couple of years back and their starting QB got hurt and Voytik as a RF came and helped secure the W with a 60 yd, TD throw. Also saw Pitt play the following season and saw for sure the kid can pitch the ball. We all remember 2013. You never can have enough good QB’s.

  3. HC, that would be great. The QB position is one where a guy has got to be pretty confident he will be ‘the man’ coming in, especially with one year of eligibility. We have one guy on campus that probably believes that now.

    That being said, if I had one year to get noticed at quarterback IU would be a pretty good place to put up some gaudy numbers.

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