Penn St. sets sights on 10-2 finish (Philadelphia Inquirer)
"But coach Joe Paterno has news for those mourning the season: It's not over yet. While there's no Rose Bowl and probably not a BCS bowl in their future, the Nittany Lions still can finish the regular season with 10 victories. "
Lions’ ‘D’ awaits Hoosier trickery (The Times Leader, Wilkes-Barre, PA)
"Ben Chappell might not be nearly the athlete that Lewis was, but the Hoosiers will have some of the most unorthodox formations and plays that Penn State (8-2, 4-2 Big Ten) has seen all season when the teams face off today at Beaver Stadium."
Indiana continues drive for sustained success (The Daily Collegian Online)
"But in reality, Indiana appears to be closer than ever to finding continuity. A renovated Memorial Stadium is now like other Big Ten venues and head coach Bill Lynch also received a vote of confidence from Indiana Athletic Director Fred Glass."
Hoosiers are unusually competitive (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
"Indiana finds itself in a familiar spot: at the bottom of the Big Ten Conference standings. But the Hoosiers (4-6, 1-5 Big Ten) have been more competitive than usual this season."
An insider look at IU-Howard (Hoosiers Insider | The Indianapolis Star)
"One off the court note involving IU play-by-play announcer Don Fischer. Many wondered who was going to broadcast Friday night's season opener as most expected Fischer to be in State College, Pa. with the IU football team for its game Saturday at Noon against Penn State. As it turns out, Fischer will be in both places. He broadcast the IU game Friday night, and then Saturday morning will take a private plane provided by the university to State College and arrive around 9 a.m. He will be at the stadium in time to do his pregame interview with Bill Lynch.: