Lynch: Forget luck - just execute (The News-Sentinel - Fort Wayne IN)
"We have concentrated on the process that we have to get better every day," Lynch said. "Sometimes when you talk about a game being a must-win, everything you work for goes out the window and you get away from what you’ve done pretty well."
Hoosiers bring unique offense (The Daily Collegian Online)
"It's definitely awkward," said senior defensive end Jerome Hayes. "You can barely see the running back. He's smaller than the quarterback is for Indiana, so it's gonna be challenging, something we haven't seen, but we're doing a really good job of practicing against it."
Line must contain Penn State's rush (The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind.)
Hoosiers feeling Big Ten bruises | TIM ETHRIDGE COLUMN (Evansville Courier & Press)
"What's hurting the Hoosiers more now is a three-game losing streak — three games, at Northwestern (a 29-28 loss), at Iowa (42-28) and at home to Wisconsin (31-28) that they played well, just not well enough."
Indiana's Terrance Turner used to performing on big stage (The York Daily Record)
IU keeps an eye on big picture (The News-Sentinel - Fort Wayne IN)
"I’m not worried about our recruiting right now in the sense I want to sign really good players," he said. "It’s not about the early or the late signing period… "We are in a (performance) hole and we have to prove that we’re going to get out of that hole. One of the things we have to prove is that we’re going to be a fun, fast-paced, get-after-it, get-up-and-down-the-court team at Indiana. It’s important for recruits to be able to watch that."
Homegrown Hulls here to help (The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind.)
"I’ve had a lot of instances where I could be here (at Assembly Hall) and see all the big games," Hulls said after last Wednesday’s 96-73 exhibition victory over Grace. "Being on the floor, it’s a whole different world down there when you are looking up into the stands instead of looking down on the floor. That made it really special for me."
IU adds 1, but 2 others have Hoosiers excited (The Indianapolis Star)