Hoosier Morning for Feb. 7

Josh Newkirk is finally finding the range as a Hoosier, Mike writes.

The Hoosier offense is suffering a power outage with James Blackmon Jr. sidelined, I wrote.

Tyra Buss added to watch list, soccer’s Richard Ballard signs a deal and Victory Field tickets on sale, we reported.

IU football coach Tom Allen saw enough to believe in quarterback signee Nick Tronti, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Tom Allen and assistant coach Mark Hagen made the defensive line a point of emphasis in this recruiting class, Taylor Lehman of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

A film session look at four scores from the run that got IU back in the game in the first half at Wisconsin, by Ryan Corazza of Inside the Hall.

A frustrating start to his NBA dreams turned into 10 days to make it for Yogi Ferrell in Dallas, Jake Fischer of SI.com writes.

IU women’s basketball senior Alexis Gassion shines at both ends of the court, Jake Thomer of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Louisville City FC signed hometown product and former Hoosier Richard Ballard on Monday, Jonathan Lintner of LouisvilleCityFC.com writes.

Since Josh Newkirk is finding the range, here’s Slim Whitman with “Home On the Range.”

One comment

  1. Kind of a fitting tribute for the state of affairs that the IU men’s basketball program is in…. Just a quiet peaceful, satisfied, content, paid well setting; that comes to town weekly to perform its dog and pony shows while in season.

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