Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Thomas Bryant will bring the same passion for the game he’s always had to tonight’s Sweet 16 matchup, Mike writes.

For Troy Williams and Robert Johnson, an Indiana-North Carolina game just means that might have been destined to be in Philadelphia this week, I wrote.

Robert Johnson is “feeling good” about playing tonight, while the Hoosiers got a history lesson at the Palestra, Mike and I wrote.

There are some bragging rights on the line for Sean and Scott May when the Hoosiers and Heels square off, I wrote.

A look at the matchups for Indiana and North Carolina, I wrote.

Bloomington and IU police are staying prepared should the Hoosiers win and the crowd go a little wild in the town or on campus, Michael Reschke writes.

Two school records fell for Indiana at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships Thursday, we reported.

2. IT’S INDIANA
Thomas Bryant is making his presence known this postseason, Dana O’Neill of ESPN.com writes.

OG Anunoby has gone from Mr. Anonymous to Mr. Indispensable for Indiana, Rick Bozich of WDRB.com writes.

The question for Indiana is whether Good Troy or Bad Troy will show up against North Carolina, Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com writes.

Indiana’s at a tournament crossroads as it tries to get past the Sweet 16 for the first time in 14 years, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.

Indiana can beat UNC at what the Tar Heels do best — run, Gregg Doyel of the Indianapolis Star writes.

Robert Johnson won’t get to make the call, but if it was up to him, he’d play, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Marcus Paige let slip part of UNC’s defensive gameplan, which would put Joel Berry, not Paige, on Yogi Ferrell to start, Chris Goff of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

Three keys to North Carolina and Indiana, Andrew Carter of the Raleigh News & Observer writes.

The Tar Heels present a unique challenge with their size for the Hoosiers, Sam Beishuizen of IUHoosiers.com writes.

Indiana has a chance to prove its greatness against North Carolina, Brody Miller of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
James Taylor — “Carolina In My Mind”

One comment

  1. With the recent tragic events that have happened in the last 24-48 hours around Bloomington, at this point this game seems pretty meaningless in the grand scheme of things. Rest in Peace little Shaylyn, you deserved so much more.

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