Hoosier Morning for Oct. 26

The No. 10 IU soccer team scored its most goals in a game in five years with a 5-0 win over St. Louis, I wrote.

Sara Reiling-Hildebrand will enter the IU Athletics Hall of Fame Friday, just another fitting way she stands out from the crowd, Jon writes.

Bloomington South grad Johnny Jager is living his dream as a walk-on with the IU basketball team, Mike writes.

Dan Feeney is still shaking off the rust after playing his first game back from a concussion, Mike writes.

The IU women’s golf team finished 11th in Las Vegas, we reported.

Former Hoosier Todd Jadlow didn’t intend to tarnsish Bob Knight with his new book, Andy Katz of ESPN.com writes.

Junior college transfer Freddie McSwain hopes to make an impact on the Hoosiers just as soon as he’s healthy, Terry Hutchens of CNHI writes.

He’s not Yogi Ferrell, but Josh Newkirk can help run the IU offense, Chris Goff of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette writes.

Former Hoosier Noah Vonleh saw his preseason confidence carry over to a perfect opener for the Trail Blazers, Cody Sharrett of NBA.com writes.

The successful return of Kyle Schwarber provided a silver lining to the Cubs’ Game 1 loss, Mike Oz of Yahoo Sports writes.

Slow starts continue to plague the IU football team, Andy Wittry writes for the Indianapolis Star.

Ex-Hoosier Tevin Coleman is listed as questionable this week after suffering a hamstring injury Sunday, Michael Cunningham of the Tribune News Service reports.

Tanner Thompson’s hat trick led Indiana soccer to an offensive outburst against St. Louis, Zain Pyarali of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

For Johnny Jager living his dream, this is Billy Joel with “The River of Dreams.”