Hoosier Morning for April 12

Four Hoosiers put their names in for the NBA Draft, but only OG Anunoby is hiring an agent, Mike writes.

Four Hoosier pitchers combined to shut out Indiana State on Tuesday, we reported.

Robert Johnson is among the Hoosiers aiming to make the most of the process and improve his stock by “entering” the NBA Draft, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

Yogi Ferrell is the one who got away from the Brooklyn Nets, but he used the experience, including the D-League and an offer from Russia to make it with the Mavs, Steven Simineri of New York Sportsday writes.

Nahziah Carter became the second Dayton signee to ask out of his letter of intent, joining McKinley Wright, Dave Jablonski of the Dayton Daily News writes.

A mailbag on IU basketball’s roster and football’s potentential wins next season, with Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star.

It’s all about control and command and the ability to PET for IU QB Richard Lagow, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes.

A Cream and Crimson game primer, by T.J. Inman of HoosierHuddle.com.

It was a happy homecoming at Indiana State for IU pitcher Tim Herrin on Tuesday, Todd Golden of the Terre Haute Tribune Star writes.

Entering the NBA Draft is a rite of spring and with a quartet of Hoosiers entering, heres the Four Tops with “It’s The Same Old Song.”


  1. Impressive. Pete DiPrimio was able to put “top NFL quarterbacks” and “Tony Romo” in the same sentence.

    That’s not easy.

  2. I hope he found a paragraph for Jay Cutler…..and Rex Grossman.

    Hoosier kids can’t seem to do anything to bring a banner to Indiana University, but they sure know how to keep Super Bowls away from the Bears.

  3. Got on Facebook and I was informed that Bob Hammel and I have 14 ‘mutual friends’.

    Never saw that coming.

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