- Wisconsin escapes Bloomington with win(The Badger Herald)
- Hoosiers play catchup, fall short against No. 24 Badgers (Indiana Daily Student |)
Wisconsin running backs overwhelm IU (Indiana Daily Student)
"Going into its matchup with No. 24 Wisconsin on Saturday, IU knew exactly what to expect from the Badgers’ top rushing attack. But it didn’t matter."
A nice way to start my Sunday morning (tongue planted firmly in cheek) (Hoosiers Insider | The Indianapolis Star)
This e-mailer was completely unfair. Hutchens was even worse in this regard when Mike Davis was the basketball coach.
Game-changing play once again eludes Hoosiers (The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind.)
"For the third straight week, the Hoosiers couldn’t pull out a win. The previous two, at Northwestern and Iowa, featured second-half meltdowns. Saturday, the Hoosiers’ comeback fell short."
- Replogle puts his heft behind offensive role at key juncture (The Indianapolis Star)
- IU defense can't get stops (The Indianapolis Star)
Hoosiers fall short - again (The News-Sentinel - Fort Wayne IN)
"Another Indiana so-close-you-can-taste-it loss and coach Bill Lynch didn’t waver, didn’t flinch, didn’t give in. His voice was firm, his gaze steady, his tone optimistic. The program WOULD turn the corner."
6-11 Ghana center to debut (The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind.)
"Indiana gets its final tuneup for the upcoming season today against Saint Joseph’s (Ind.) College. It will be the first chance for freshman Bawa Muniru to gain game experience."
IU basketball looking to improve (The Indianapolis Star)
"Tonight, Indiana closes out the exhibition season against St. Joseph's College from Rensselaer, Ind. IU will open the regular season at home Friday night against Howard."
Every practice counts for young group (Indiana Daily Student)
"If you thought IU coach Tom Crean would take it a bit easy on the players the day before a game, you would be wrong. Not with so few veterans and leadership yet to truly emerge."
Hoosiers back on right track after ‘a train wreck' (The Courier-Journal)
"Behind his trademark glasses, the 43-year-old Crean wore a look of certainty. He is confident the rebuilding process is moving in the right direction, but exactly when the Hoosiers will return to prominence is a question he is not ready to answer. He simply doesn't know."