Hoosier Morning for Oct. 3

Four things we learned from IU’s win over Michigan State, including that this defense is trustworthy, Mike writes.

Clifton Moore’s still learning what it means to be a Hoosier, but the newest IU basketball commit has learned enough to want be one, Mike writes.

IU women’s basketball hauled in the centerpiece of its 2017 recruiting class Sunday with the commitment of five-star Jaelynn Penn, Jon writes.

Alix Kong shot 71 to lead the IU women’s golf team in the first round in South Carolina, we reported.

Embracing the IU football truth means every remaining game outside of perhaps Ohio State and Michigan, is quite winnable, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Griffin Oakes’ game-winning kick was redemption, Jordan Guskey of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Ohio State is gearing up for a real threat in Indiana, Tim May of the Columbus Dispatch writes.

Five factors from the Hoosiers’ win over the Spartans, with finishing drives still the most problematic, Billy at puntjohnpunt.com writes.

It’s time to know the next opponent, and this could be Urban Meyer’s best Buckeye team yet, Sammy Jacobs of HoosierHuddle.com writes.

Former Hoosier and current Chicago Bear Jordan Howard has a winning way about him, Joe Aguilar of the Chicago Daily Herald writes.

A Q-and-A with new IU basketball commit Clifton Moore, by Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall.

Collin Hartman’s injury raises the question of leadership for Indiana, Zain Pyarali of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Former Hoosier Victor Oladipo talks sneakers, Thunder and Russell Westbrook in this Q-and-A, via Jarrel Harris at SI.com.

In honor of the Hoosiers’ newest commit, “More (Moore?) Than a Feeling” by Boston.

One comment

  1. WOW! Just read on PJP for all of whole regulation time Saturday MSU never started an offensive possession in IU territory. Now that is something the IU D and ST’s can hang their hat on. The conservative offense of the 1st half had something to do with that also. Well executed game plan.

    Barring injury Jordan Howard has a great opportunity to be NFL “Rookie of the Year”. Next game he’ll be abusing the Colts.

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