Hoosier Morning for Oct. 31

One must-win down, another coming up for Indiana football in four things we learned, Mike writes.

Tanner Thompson’s individual brilliance gave No. 10 Indiana soccer the team win it needed, I wrote.

IU women’s soccer made a valiant effort before bowing out of the Big Ten tourney at top-seeded Minnesota, we reported.

ICYMI, from Friday night, the IU Athletics Hall of Fame inductions were a family reunion, Andy wrote.

Indiana is looking to find the winning-season formula down the stretch after a big win over Maryland, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel.

Born last week, IU’s new offensive package of Zander Diamont and Tyler Natee has everything but a name, Andy Wittry writes for the Louisville Courier-Journal.

Maryland couldn’t stop Indiana and couldn’t secure a bowl berth as the schedule toughens up for the Terps, Roman Stubbs of the Washington Post wrote.

Numbers that mattered in the win over Maryland, mostly involving the offense, Sammy Jacobs of HoosierHuddle.com writes.

A recap of the Haunted Hall of Hoops scrimmage and notes, Josh Margolis of Inside the Hall writes.

Former Hoosiers Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller are among players trying to negotiate extensions, Matt Moore of CBSsports.com writes.

Tanner Thompson came up big when IU soccer needed him most in the Hoosiers’ 2-1 win over Michigan State, Josh Eastern of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

On the occasion of Halloween, John Carpenter’s Halloween theme and the original movie’s opening credits.