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We’re about to leave for the long trip back to Bloomington, so this may have to be short. But Hoosier Brunch is here.
1. HOOSIERS HQ
With the offense failing and the defense not far behind, Indiana laid an egg in Iowa City, Dustin wrote.
Inconsistency has been the one constant for the Hoosiers at times this season, and that was the case for three of IU’s most important players last night, Christian Watford, Jordan Hulls, and Verdell Jones, I wrote.
The IU women continue to self-destruct, as the Hoosiers dropped their 14th straight Big Ten game on Sunday, Jeremy wrote.
2. INDIANA BASKETBALL
Iowa’s Matt Gatens was too hot to handle for the Hoosiers last night, as the senior guard tallied a career-high 30 points and shot 7-of-10 from 3, Terry Hutchens of the Indy Star wrote.
There weren’t many positives for IU on Sunday as the best offense in the Big Ten failed to conquer the worst defense, Avi Zaleon of the IDS wrote.
Cody Zeller had a special night on Monday, as aside from scoring a double-double, his grandfather got to see him play for the first time, Jeff Rabjohns of Peegs wrote ($).
Podcast on the Brink from Inside the Hall had a pretty awesome guest today, as Yogi Ferrell joined Greg Rosenstein and Matt Dollinger on the podcast.
Courtney Cronin of Inside Indiana says IU was missing its spark in Iowa City in her report.
3. ONE FOR THE ROAD
Matt Norlander of CBSSports.com provided one of the more interesting looks behind the curtain of the NCAA Selection Committee’s process. Good stuff.
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