Indiana football | Hoosiers seek 'physical presence' in running game | The Courier-Journal | courier-journal.com
Indiana University football coach Kevin Wilson is looking for a few tough men, particularly at running back. Also contains embedded video of Coach Wilson taking a couple of questions.
Indiana football enlists platoons to build accountability | Indianapolis Star | indystar.com
If Kevin Wilson is able to transform Indiana University's football program, a sleepless night in the Bahamas will be partly responsible.
Ohio State-Indiana 2013: Know Your Enemy - Land-Grant Holy Land
SBNation OSU blog previews Hoosiers, feels pretty good about their chances in their final home game.
IU's Crean sees head coaching future for Cheaney - News-Sentinel.com
Includes round-up of other IU news, but a nice vote of confidence from Crean there.
Indiana Basketball: The 8 Most Anticipated Matchups for the Hoosiers in 2013-14 | Bleacher Report | Bleacher Report
Bleacher Report looks at eight games that you can't miss next season for IU fans.
Indiana's need for Calbert Cheaney no longer applies
Interesting take on Cheaney moving on to help Jim Crews at SLU.
IU soccer: Preseason Primer | The Hoosier Scoop
Jeremy Price takes a crack at predicting the line-up. I'll be a little surprised if frosh Tommy Thompson and Billy McConnell get starting nods over Femi Hollinger-Janzen and Dylan Lax.
Stefankiewicz helps soccer festival keep growing - News-Sentinel.com
Rundown of events and growth of Shindigz soccer festival, in which the Hoosiers kick off their season against #8 Marquette tonight.
That's tonight, so if you are in the area, check out a couple of real powerhouse match-ups with the Hoosiers playing at 7pm, and again on Saturday night (also at 7pm) against #5 UNC. Additionally, I've got to include a shout-out to the Hoosier Scoop, from who I pulled a couple of the links today, as well as for their nice Men's soccer preview above. They often do live-blogging of some kind or another, especially at in-state games, which I simply can't do. Between them and twitter, I can often follow the IU soccer games in real time (somewhat ).