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Hoosier Headlines September 9, 2011

Breaking Down Hoosier Opponents: Indiana Hoping to Rebound Against Virginia |

To put it nicely, the Kevin Wilson era got off to a rocky start last Saturday. The Hoosiers (0-1, 0-0) were embarrassed at Lucas Oil Stadium by in state opponent Ball State 27-20.  Indiana was dominated around the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball and after the opening drive never showed much life.

Phillips brothers prepare to square off - The Washington Post
Forty fans will enter Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Ind., on Saturday wearing "Wahoosiers" T-shirts in honor of the two boys they came to support. Half of the shirts have "Paul Phillips 86" in red on the front and "Colter Phillips 89" on the back in orange. The names are reversed on the other half of the shirts.

Wright-Baker, Hoosiers seek improvement " Evansville Courier & Press
Ed Wright-Baker didn't do anything Saturday night to lose the starting quarterback job at Indiana. He didn't do enough to beat Ball State, either. He promises he'll be better this weekend against Virginia in the Hoosiers' football home opener.

Virginia (1-0) at Indiana (0-1) (ET) -
An objective view from out west in KC on tomorrow's matchup still doesn't look to good for us. The pre-season momentum and optimism evaporated last Saturday night. 

Indiana AD warns Hoosier fans of football traffic | The News-Sentinel - Fort Wayne IN
Road construction to and in Bloomington is making traffic a mess. It will be worse on football game days. The Bloomington 45/46 Bypass is under construction. Understanding that the Bypass is an essential traffic artery on game days, IU Athletics has been working closely for months with the Indiana Department of Transportation, local law enforcement, and the construction firm overseeing the project to address the game day traffic challenges.

Indiana Football Gameday Central
Your Gameday essentials for those who are new to the IU tailgating/football scene. The school has put together this website to help you with everything you might need to know.

Indiana's Crean goes above and beyond - CSNChicago

Indiana basketball coach Tom Crean who is considered to be one of the better young coaches in the game and also one of the most focused and intense. The caller told me the story of a young man who is a freshman at Indiana and was finding his adjustment to college a difficult one. Crean saw the young man sitting in the lobby of the basketball practice facility recently and noticed him a couple of times as he went in and out of the basketball offices. He also noticed that the young man appeared to be very upset.