Turnovers doom Indiana as the Hoosiers fall short to the Wildcats at Home. (Postgame thoughts)

Indiana desperately needed a get right game to get their Big Ten campaign on course. Unfortunately despite two large offensive performances by Jalen Hood-Schifino and Trayce Jackson-Davis, the Hoosiers’ lack of execution and effort on the defensive end would end up costing them another tally in the win column. The Wildcats out executed the Hoosiers and with the turnover differential being as drastic as it … Continue reading Turnovers doom Indiana as the Hoosiers fall short to the Wildcats at Home. (Postgame thoughts)

New Year, New Attitude Needed. This team still has the talent to take 2023 by storm. (Indiana Hoosiers Basketball)

So here we are Hoosier fans, 2023 is upon us and the Indiana Hoosiers are currently sitting at 10-3 overall, 1-1 in Big Ten play. While we have seen the tools many fans have thought would be on full display throughout a dominant season, Indiana just hasn’t seemed to get their game going for a full 40 minutes. With Big Ten play here on out … Continue reading New Year, New Attitude Needed. This team still has the talent to take 2023 by storm. (Indiana Hoosiers Basketball)

Bacot may be an All-American, but Trayce is THE All-American! (Indiana-UNC short postgame thoughts)

Final score out of Bloomington, Indiana Hoosiers 77 – North Carolina Tar Heels 65. Well Indiana found itself in foul trouble, and took the court only to show that no matter who they’ve got on the court this season they will be playing relentless, smash-mouth defense. Utilizing depth in route to the victory, Indiana showed a toughness today. A toughness that is bleeding through this … Continue reading Bacot may be an All-American, but Trayce is THE All-American! (Indiana-UNC short postgame thoughts)

Business as usual, as the Hoosiers beat the JSU Tigers 90-51. (Indiana basketball short postgame thoughts)

Final out of Bloomington: Indiana Hoosiers 90 – Jackson State 51 The Indiana Hoosiers were able to rightfully handle the Jackson State Tigers. Leaving little doubt, the Hoosier depth was once again able to shine when the 0-4 tigers rolled into town. The Indiana Hoosiers beat the “0 for” Tigers, and left little doubt in this game. While Indiana teams of prior seasons may have … Continue reading Business as usual, as the Hoosiers beat the JSU Tigers 90-51. (Indiana basketball short postgame thoughts)

Xavier Musketeers weapon spotlight: Colby Jones and Jack Nunge (and how Indiana shuts them down)

Prior to these games with the more known commodity level programs I want to highlight an opposing player or two that stands out on the stat sheet and the court. Just highlighting them and allowing any Hoosier fans curious enough, a little insight into what one might expect come the next game. With our marquee matchup in Cincinnati Friday, Xavier will have plenty of weapons, … Continue reading Xavier Musketeers weapon spotlight: Colby Jones and Jack Nunge (and how Indiana shuts them down)

Colts tank. Saturday repairs a broken offensive line and hands them off to a new head coach and rookie QB. (Opinion)

While the Indianapolis Colts entered the season with an expectation to perform and compete in route to claiming the AFC South, they have consistently failed to perform, providing a weaker and weaker offensive product each week. It has been impossible for the offensive line to provide any of Indianapolis’ offensive playmakers the time necessary to have sustainable drives. 9 sacks in a game is an … Continue reading Colts tank. Saturday repairs a broken offensive line and hands them off to a new head coach and rookie QB. (Opinion)

Frank Reich is out. What now Colts fans? (Short thoughts)

Well, after the most abysmal offensive display that my eyes have been subjected to in some time, Frank Reich is out as Head Coach of the Indianapolis Colts. You can’t say you didn’t see it coming. I am just happy that Irsay had the ability to pull the trigger here. This was the first head coach that Jim Irsay fired midway through a season in … Continue reading Frank Reich is out. What now Colts fans? (Short thoughts)

The Morning After: Indiana wins it at the last moment!

The Morning After will be a short collection of my thoughts on the game posted the morning after an Indiana Football win (or loss) and my next day thoughts on the game. I know nothing more than you. I just watch my favorite teams and write about them. So I won’t pretend to know more than I admittedly don’t. Heading into this game I was … Continue reading The Morning After: Indiana wins it at the last moment!

Mike Woodson is showing us he can recruit. Now it’s time to prove he can develop. Short Thoughts on Jordan Geronimo.

Jordan Geronimo ended last season showcasing some of his superb athletic capabilities. Through the Big Ten Tournament and into the First Four game, Jordan began displaying bits of his potential. While he wasn’t getting any starting lineup love, he was given prominent minutes in our tournament run, including the Big Ten Tourney). Jordan Geronimo’s 15 pts against Wyoming were essential in locking up and validating … Continue reading Mike Woodson is showing us he can recruit. Now it’s time to prove he can develop. Short Thoughts on Jordan Geronimo.

Final Statements, Mike Woodson needs to back Xavier Johnson in this moment (optics people. optics.) Short thoughts.

I posted why I thought Xavier Johnson should be held to a 5 game suspension in order to reconcile (hardly) for the charges brought against him, barring any further ramifications. I read many of the comments and the discussions across a few platforms and just wanted to elaborate a bit on what there is to lose from a potential dismissal. I know the arrest of … Continue reading Final Statements, Mike Woodson needs to back Xavier Johnson in this moment (optics people. optics.) Short thoughts.