Hoosier Headlines, October 9, 2011

BLOOMINGTON, IN - OCTOBER 08: Tre Roberson #5 of the Indiana Hoosiers runs with the ball against the Illinois Illini during the game at Memorial Stadium on October 8, 2011 in Bloomington, Indiana. Illinois won 41-20. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Unbeaten Illinois finishes off Indiana | The News-Sentinel - Fort Wayne IN
Illinois moves to 6-0, overcomes a little trouble with IU's young, hurting football team.IU loses 41-20, but 3rd-string QB Tre Roberson actually did some nice things to make it a decent game.

Illinois zips past Indiana - College Football Nation Blog - ESPN
Some highlights here of the Illinois victory, but it does show the 99-yard opening kickoff return by Shane Wynn.

Quarterback shuffle continues for Hoosiers | The Indianapolis Star | indystar.com
Tre Roberson put in a record-setting performance for a true freshman in the loss to Illinois, but with Dusty Kiel & EWB being just sophomores - does this team have a QB controversy?

4 Toughest Non-Conference Games on the Schedule | Bleacher Report
Bleacher Report Identifies the four toughest non-conference games for Indiana Basketball. Not rocket surgery here, but I would add the game at Evansville as a possible trap game.

No. 10 Hoosiers Face No. 5 Creighton Sunday -Indiana University Athletics
See the men's soccer team try to break a two-game losing streak while facing a top-5 team at home on what should be a gorgeous day! Really, I can't imagine a better way to spend Sunday afternoon in Bloomington.

Indiana Succumbs to no.11 Louisville 3-2 in Overtime - Indiana University Athletics
Early this week, the Hoosiers suffer bit of bad luck a couple of times not to be up 3-0, crumble with 17 minutes left and fall in OT. Second straight game in which the post and hustling defenders have cost IU goals after the opposing goalie was beaten.

UW beats Indiana for first time since '95-Wisconsin Soccer Central

Indiana suffers first loss, but a respectful take on it from the opposition is here. There's video with UW head coach, former IU midfielder, and the toughest man I've ever met, John Trask. Sure, I didn't want IU to suffer its first loss in a road game that could've easily gone their way, but if it had to happen, I'm glad it was "JT" that picked up the win.

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