Hoosier Morning for Sept. 1

Senior Ricky Jones has taken a youthful wide receiving corps under his wing heading into tonight’s opener, Mike writes.

Expecting a Rose Bowl for Indiana might require one drink too many, but the Hoosiers are poised to order up another bowl game, Andy writes.

The search for the next T.Y. Hilton begins tonight against Indiana for Florida International, which reached its only two bowl games in history when the current Colts wide receiver was there, Walter Villa of the Miami Herald writes.

IU opens the 2016 football season on the road at FIU with a lot of unknowns, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Well-traveled quarterback Richard Lagow finally will find himself where he always wanted to be — under center for a major conference college football team — tonight, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.

A game day primer for the Hoosiers and Golden Panthers, by T.J. Inman at HoosierHuddle.com.

IU coach Kevin Wilson is looking for confidence from his Hoosiers as they open the season, Jordan Guskey of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

The notion of an improved IU defense is one where you’ll believe it when you see it, Bob Kravitz of WTHR.com writes.

Indiana is among the final five schools for 6-10 Deng Gak, Adam Zagoria of zagsblog.com writes.

Jeremiah Gutjahr is starting as a sophomore for the No. 5 IU soccer team, and the Bloomington native always knew he’d be a Hoosier, Josh Eastern of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

The college football season is here, so here’s the fitting “Ready to Start” by Arcade Fire.