Hoosier Morning for Nov. 30

The light came on for Landon Turner and lit the way for Indiana to the 1981 national title, Mike writes.

Seldom-used freshman forward Mike LaFave didn’t live to see tonight’s ’81 reunion, but his son still lives the lessons his father learned, Jeff LaFave wrote.

Indiana and North Carolina will have to cut through all the noise at Assembly Hall to decide tonight’s game on the court, Mike writes.

IU football’s defensive progress showed in its school-record six All-Big Ten honorees, Mike writes.

The Hoosiers are staying cool before entering the heat of battle against North Carolina, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Three things to watch, most notably the offensive rebounding, with IU and UNC, Andrew Carter of the Raleigh News & Observer writes.

On the Hoosiers, the Heels, the Cubs and exorcising demons, Greg Gottfried of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

What to expect when Indiana hosts North Carolina tonight, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.

Rashard Fant and Tegray Scales earned second team all-Big Ten honors, headlining a school-record six IU defenders recognized by the conference, IUHoosiers.com reports.

Zander Diamont is leaving IU on his own terms, as he should, TJ Inman of HoosierHuddle.com writes.

In respect for tonight’s game, Ryan Adams with “Oh My Sweet Carolina.”