1. HOOSIERS HQ Running backs coach Mike Hart is looking for consistency from his Hoosiers, Mike writes. An IU women’s soccer team short on seniors is high on hope for the 2017 season, which starts tonight, I wrote. Freshman Griff Dorsey and redshirt junior Timmy Mehl helped IU men’s soccer to a 3-2 exhibition win over No. 9 Louisville, we reported. 2. IT’S INDIANA Former quarterback Chris Covington is aiming to fill Marcus Oliver’s shoes at linebacker, Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star writes.
1. HOOSIERS HQ A healthy Andre Brown is ready to make his mark on the IU secondary, Mike writes. From Tuesday, youth was served in the IU men’s soccer exhibition opener, I wrote. A trio of IU swimmers from Bloomington showed well at the Junior Nationals, we reported. 2. IT’S INDIANA The Indiana offensive line has parts to replace, but it can be the engine that drives the offense, TJ Inman of HoosierHuddle.com writes.
1. HOOSIERS HQ The goalkeeper battle is one to keep an eye on in IU soccer’s exhibition opener at home tonight, I wrote. From Sunday’s paper, sophomore offensive tackle Coy Cronk is looking to thrive, not just survive this season for the Hoosiers, Mike wrote. Also Sunday, Iu soccer senior Grant Lillard is aiming for a “nice” senior season, I wrote. 2. IT’S INDIANA Tegray Scales, Marcelino Ball and Rashard Fant all rate among the Big Ten’s most dominant players, Daniel Gallen of PennLive.com writes.
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