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Hoosier Headlines September 30, 2011

TRAFFIC UPDATE: Arrive Early for Penn State Game - Indiana University Athletics

The Indiana University football team hosts Penn State this Saturday at Noon ET at Memorial Stadium. To accommodate an early arriving crowd, parking lots around the stadium will open at 7 a.m. ET. Fans are again encouraged to ARRIVE EARLY and utilize alternative routes to remaining home games at Memorial Stadium to continue to avoid traffic challenges.

Column: Hold on, Hoosier fans | Sports | Indiana Daily Student
It’s hard to be an IU football fan right now. I get it. You thought this year was going to be different. New coach, new attitude, fresh slate. And what you’ve seen so far isn’t different at all. It’s exactly what you’ve watched for years, if not worse.

Hoosiers Return Home, Open Big Ten Season with Penn State - IUHOOSIERS.COM - Indiana University Athletics
Opening its 112th season of Big Ten football, Indiana (1-3) welcomes Penn State (3-1) to Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 1. Kickoff is set for noon EDT. Clay Matvick (play-by-play), Brian Griese (analyst) and Allison Wilson (sideline) will call the game on ESPNU. The game can also be heard on the statewide IU Radio Network, Sirius 113 and XM 191 with Don Fischer (play-by-play), Buck Suhr (analyst) and Joe Smith (pre-game, halftime and post-game) on the call.

Nittany Line: New Indiana coach has challenges to improve team | Philadelphia Daily News | 09/30/2011
KEVIN WILSON had been waiting a long time to become a head coach, so the opportunity to run his own program in a conference as prestigious as the Big Ten must have been a lure too difficult to resist for the former offensive coordinator at Oklahoma. Besides, weren't the Indiana Hoosiers a powerhouse with a rich tradition?

Penn State preview: How the Lions, Indiana Hoosiers stack up - The York Daily Record

York, PA - Everyone must get in line and own a piece of the extra work from now on. Devon "Big Daddy" Still needs to become more vocal. Undersized safety Drew Astorino needs to be more persuasive. Senior tackles Chima Okoli and Quinn Barham need to be more overpowering.

Indiana's Heban the best Big Ten athlete you've never head of - The York Daily Record
York, PA - He may be the best athlete in the Big Ten no one knows about. Greg Heban throws a 90 mph fastball. He dunks a basketball standing flat footed. And he's good enough cornerback to make the Indiana Hoosiers on a whim and earn a starting role. 

IU fans can get a taste of Hoosier Hysteria on Oct. 15 " Evansville Courier & Press
Indiana University's basketball players say that it's high time that the program's turnaround picks up steam. Hoosier fans, who no doubt agree with that assessment, get their first chance to judge for themselves when IU conducts its annual Hoosier Hysteria event on Saturday, Oct. 15, at Assembly Hall.

MSU's Delvon Roe ends career because of knee pain | Detroit Free Press
Roe has had injury troubles throughout his career. "This is the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make," he said.