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Weekly News Roundup 10/21

All the news that’s fit to post

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Hello Hoosier fans and welcome to our weekly news roundup, where we’ll feature the biggest headlines and opinion pieces pertaining to Indiana football, men’s and women’s basketball, and everything else.

Another light week of football news, the biggest story being that Tom Allen no longer plans to redshirt freshman quarterback Donaven McCulley following Michael Penix’s injury. Opinion sections across the media landscape are unanimous: the offense is atrocious. AP basketball rankings came out, which we covered here and the men’s team may gain another important recruit tomorrow in Jakai Newton, so the news week isn’t over from that standpoint. Also of note is the dominance of the Men’s soccer defense over the last five games.


Tom Allen scraps redshirt plans for Donaven McCulley

IDS On why we should still watch IU Football

IDS Previews the Ohio State Game

IDS On why the defense should break up with the offense

Chris Childers stepping up as walk-on runningback

Indianapolis Star: Indiana should have beaten Michigan State


Archie Miller extremely complimentary of Mike Woodson’s work so far

Mike Woodson not afraid to spend money in year one

Women’s Basketball season preview

Everything Else

Indiana Volleyball drops fourth straight match, moves to 2-7 in conference play

Men’s soccer goalie Roman Centelano wins Big Ten Defensive Player of the week

Men’s soccer’s defense delivers fifth straight shutout in 2-0 win

Women’s soccer NCAA hopes on the line in final stretch of the season

Two women’s soccer players called up to their respective national teams ahead of international friendlies

Field hockey gaining momentum ahead of Big Ten Tournament

Men’s Tennis heating up with wins in preseason Louisville Invitational

Men’s swimming and diving moves to 2-0 on the season