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Hoosier Morning

Friday, September 19th, 2014   |   6 comments

1. HOOSIERS HQ A Missouri defense that might be better than last year’s awaits Indiana, Mike writes. Two CBS games round out the men’s basketball TV schedule, and IU women’s soccer lost at No. 22 Illinois Thursday, we reported. 2. IT’S INDIANA Missouri QB Maty Mauk will be the focus of the Indiana defense on […]



Hoosier Morning

Thursday, September 18th, 2014   |   3 comments

1. HOOSIERS HQ IU senior wide receiver Nick Stoner has his faith and family etched in ink on his body, Mike writes. The Hoosier soccer team is still waiting for the goals to come after a 0-0 tie with Butler, Andy writes. Indiana field hockey extended the best start in program history to 6-0, we […]



Hoosier Morning

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014   |   5 comments

1. HOOSIERS HQ The Indiana defense needs to quit worrying about everything else and “just go,” Mike writes. 2. IT’S INDIANA Kevin Wilson still has faith in Indiana’s kicking game heading to Missouri, Blake Toppmeyer of the Columbia Daily Tribune writes. Indiana looks to have a short-term memory after the Bowling Green game, Pete DiPrimio […]



Hoosier Morning

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014   |   1 comment

1. HOOSIERS HQ IU football coach Kevin Wilson says the Hoosiers must be on the attack going forward, Mike writes. 2. IT’S INDIANA A.J. Guyton’s letter to Bobby Knight simply brings up what has become a weary question for the Indiana fanbase, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes. The advanced box score says Indiana […]



Hoosier Morning

Monday, September 15th, 2014   |   No comments

1. HOOSIERS HQ Among the takeaways from Saturday’s game is that Indiana still has no pass rush, Mike wrote. IU women’s soccer couldn’t pull off the upset against No. 8 Penn State on Sunday, we reported. Indiana field hockey improved to 5-0, the best start in program history, we reported. In case you missed Saturday’s […]



Video: Hoosiers on loss to Bowling Green

Saturday, September 13th, 2014   |   5 comments


Hoosier Morning

Friday, September 12th, 2014   |   No comments

1. HOOSIERS HQ Bowling Green is still haunted by last year’s blowout loss to Indiana, Mike writes. BG coach Dino Babers expects to see a heavy dose of Tevin Coleman now and see him in the NFL later, Mike writes. The Indiana women’s soccer team opens Big Ten play when Ohio State visits Bloomington tonight, […]





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