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Hoosier Headlines for August 15, 2011

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College football: Hoosiers lose Evans to knee injury - South Bend Tribune 

Ralston Evans' freshman season at Indiana University is over before it started. IU football coach Kevin Wilson said Tuesday that the former Arlington High School standout will have season-ending surgery in the next few days after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in one of his knees a few weeks ago during a voluntary workout.

Hoosierhoopla: IU CB Coach Wants His Guys To ‘Find a Way'
Brandon Shelby plays mind games with his guys. He admits it. He pushes it. No, Indiana’s cornerbacks coach isn’t some control freak looking to torture the players under his command. But he does want them ready for what they’ll face in the Big Ten.

Wilson brings offense to IU - WDRB 41 Louisville
Kevin Wilson brought the Hoosiers an undeniable record as a top-notch offensive coach as an assistant at Oklahoma. But now he is tasked with the mission of bring the Hoosiers offense into elite company.

IU's Wilson must act better than a sports-talk guy - Indianapolis Star
Bob Kravitz love him or hate him weighs in on the Kevin Wilson radio interview debacle. Let's just say that it isn't the spin that IU fans want to hear on the situation.

Five takeways from the July evaluation period | Inside the Hall
The month of July wrapped up for most of the Big Ten coaching staffs at the GRBA National Championships in Fort Wayne. As we look back at the 20-day evaluation period that included stops for Inside the Hall at the adidas Invitational, Kentucky Hoopfest, Best of the Midwest and the GRBA National Championships.

2011 adidas Nations: High School Recap |
Specializing in drafts with top players on the NBA horizon, player profiles, scouting reports, rankings and prospective international recruits; NBADraft takes a look at the top performers on this summer's circuit and 4 IU prospects get a mention.