Hoosier Morning for April 11

The Cream and Crimson draft is complete and rosters are set for the IU football spring game, Mike writes.

Multiple reports Monday said IU sophomore OG Anunoby would enter the NBA Draft and hire an agent, Mike writes.

Former Hoosier Jonny Marlin is entering the high school coaching ranks at Greenwood Christian, Mike Beas of the Daily Journal writes.

A closer look at the reported staff Archie Miller has put together at Indiana, Alex Bozich of Inside the Hall writes.

Heading to the NBA was the logical and smart move for OG Anunoby, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

OG Anunoby’s decision was anything but a surprise, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.

The Derby Classic All-Star game and new staff for Archie Miller receive high mention by Rick Bozich of WDRB.com.

The annual Indiana boys’ All-Star team was named Monday, with no future Hoosiers on the squad, WANE.com reports.

Indiana and Missouri were the big winners in the coaching carousel this offseason, Mark Story of the Lexington Herald-Leader writes.

Former Hoosier Noah Vonleh scored the game-winning basket for the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night, Steve Aschburner of NBA.com reports.

Former Indiana Miss Basketball Ali Patberg is transferring from Notre Dame, and Indiana is one of the schools interested in the Columbus North product, Ted Schultz of the Columbus Republic writes.

A healthy wide receiving duo of Simmie Cobbs and Nick Westbrook might be the best in the Big Ten, Andrew Hussey of the Indiana Daily Student writes.

Sending out this one for OG, “Already Gone” by the Eagles.


  1. A bit off-topic…

    Amidst its PR nightmare resulting from the violent pulling off of a passenger from one of their planes, United Airlines has launched a new “apology” / ad campaign featuring this tune.

  2. I obviously know nothing about pro basketball. OG is projected to be drafted 17 spots ahead of Caleb Swanigan.

    I don’t get that at all.

    1. Power of the short shorts…
      Higher hemline = Higher draft (makes life a breeze).

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