Hoosier Morning

1. HOOSIERS HQ
Indiana AD Fred Glass reiterated the importance of a winning football program and the steps being taken to help that happen on Wednesday, Mike writes.

IU goalkeeper Colin Webb is now engaged, and he’s ready to start the 2016 season with his IU soccer teammates, I wrote.

Olympic gold medalist and IU sophomore Lilly King will appear at an Evansville Otters game but won’t sign autographs, the Associated Press reported.

2. IT’S INDIANA
An Indiana football depth chart update for the offense and the defense, via puntjohnpunt.com.

Former IU wide receiver Collin Taylor was honored off the field in the Arena Football League, clevelandgladiators.com reports.

IU football fans still frustrated with the missed field goal in the Pinstripe Bowl can now buy a T-shirt to show it, Sean Keeler of Landof10.com writes.

Former Hoosier and Chicago Bears rookie Jordan Howard is making his case for playing time, Mark Potash of the Chicago Sun-Times writes.

A host of upperclassmen and strong leadership has IU soccer eyeing a ninth national title, Zain Pyarali of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Five-star, in-state target Kris Wilkes has set a date for his official visit to Indiana, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.

3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
For Indiana AD Fred, here’s Blondie with “Heart of Glass.”

4 comments

  1. IU football fans still frustrated with the missed field goal in the Pinstripe Bowl can now buy a T-shirt to show it, Sean Keeler of Landof10.com writes.

    Went to the t-shirt company’s site…Nice pictures and action shots of people on campus wearing their goods…Did Zach Osterman do some of their modeling?

  2. I have always felt there is to much attention given to last play of game in sports that use a clock/time to end the game. The lead should be adequate enough to make the last play irrelevant as demonstrated by play throughout the game.

  3. Realizing the last play is part of the game, play should be adequate enough before last play thus making last play irrelevant.

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