Hoosier Headlines for August 4, 2009: Austin Etherington edition.

I'll get back to football later today, but today it's all Etherington all the time.

  • Etherington commits to Indiana (The Indianapolis Star): Terry Hutchens has a brief interview of Etherington's dad, Brett Etherington, who played at Butler in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

  • Rumors swirl about Bearcat guard, (The Star Press): Motivated by internet rumors, the Muncie paper contacted Muncie Central guard Jeremiah Davis, who didn't do much to discount the idea that he might soon commit to IU. Does anyone remember if IU has ever signed a Bearcat before?

  • Hoosiers Insider (Indianapolis Star): Hutch puts the Etherington commit into context and discusses some other issues, including whether Maurice Creek and Bawa Muniru will be ready to go when school starts.

  • Butler Bulldogs Insider (The Indianapolis Star): David Woods looks at the commit from the Butler perspective, noting that Butler must be disappointed to miss on a legacy. It's a testament to what Collier/Matta/Lickleiter/Stevens have built at Butler that they were considered a player for a top 100 recruit (and, of course, Butler beat IU and Purdue for the services of Matt Howard).

  • Etherington makes the call (Inside the Hall ): ITH catches up with Etherington.

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