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Hoosier Morning

Monday, March 31st, 2014   |   44 comments

1. HOOSIERS HQ The Indiana women’s basketball team couldn’t keep pace with South Dakota State at the free-throw line in losing Sunday’s WNIT quarterfinal game, Mike wrote. IU women’s coach Curt Miller got just his second technical of the season as he and the Hoosiers went down fighting Sunday, Mike wrote. The new-look 3-4 Indiana […]



Hoosier Morning

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014   |   4 comments

1. HOOSIERS HQ One year at Indiana was enough for Noah Vonleh to realize his dream of going to the NBA, Dustin wrote. Austin Etherington, Jeremy Hollowell, Jonny Marlin and Joe Fagan left the IU program en masse on Monday, Dustin wrote. Bob Knight says the NBA has “raped college basketball,” Jeff Borzello of CBSsports.com […]



Hoosier Morning (p.m. edition)

Monday, March 17th, 2014   |   52 comments

1. HOOSIERS HQ No NIT selection means the Indiana basketball season is over, Dustin wrote. IU baseball dropped the rubber match of a weekend series to Long Beach State, we reported. 2. IT’S INDIANA IU basketball should be better than missing the postseason, and it can’t happen again, Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel […]



Hoosier Morning

Friday, March 14th, 2014   |   31 comments

1. HOOSIERS HQ Indiana’s last hope of a miracle run to the NCAA Tournament died Thursday afternoon in Indianapolis, Dustin wrote. No matter what the color of the jersey, Indiana is missing the necessary heart to go inside the uniform, I wrote. Will Sheehey and the Hoosiers want to continue the season, even if it’s […]



Hoosier Morning

Thursday, March 13th, 2014   |   Comments Off

1. HOOSIERS HQ It’s win the Big Ten Tournament or bust for Indiana, and particularly senior Will Sheehey, Dustin wrote. Position-by-position matchups for Illinois and Indiana, from Dustin. The postseason means cliches, but Indiana will need more than that to buck the odds in Indianapolis, I wrote. The 2012 national champion IU soccer team reunited […]



Hoosier Morning

Monday, March 10th, 2014   |   2 comments

1. HOOSIERS HQ Michigan was ready with adjustments from the first meeting with Indiana, and the Hoosiers couldn’t match those changes, Dustin wrote. IU playing its best basketball? Tom Crean thinks so, or did until he changed his mind, but that bodes well for the Hoosiers, I wrote. A wild regular season could be reflected […]



Hoosier Morning

Friday, March 7th, 2014   |   2 comments

1. HOOSIERS HQ Indiana will introduce new uniforms for the Big Ten Tournament, though the Hoosiers remain cautious about making big changes, Dustin wrote. It’s been a head-scratching season, even if coach Tom Crean won’t actually say it, I wrote. The IU women’s basketball team could not match Michigan’s intensity and was bounced in the […]





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