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The Daily Hoosier Report: The Latest in IU News and Recruiting Notes (10/25)

Every day we bring you the best in IU and Big Ten news and recruiting notes with The Daily Hoosier Report.  It’s your daily one stop shop for comprehensive and free IU Athletics related information for busy Hoosier fans.

Here’s today’s latest IU Athletics and Big Ten coverage + recruiting news from around the net:

THE BEST IN FREE AND INDEPENDENTLY OWNED IU COVERAGE

  • The Daily Hoosier continues their 2018-19 IU basketball player previews with Evan Fitzner.
  • The Bloomington Herald Times:  Bryant Fitzgerald is starting to get back in the groove.
  • IU Men’s Soccer:  No. 2 Hoosiers win the outright Big Ten title.
  • Rival Watch:  Does the thought of decades of Jeff Brohm have you down?  With the top programs across the country plus the NFL interested, it is more a question of when not if he will leave.
  • IU vs. MinnesotaRelive the last meeting between the Hoosiers and Gophers….if you dare.
  • IU vs. Minnesota:  Questions remain regarding the starting QB for the Gophers.
  • Video:  Watch Don Fischer and Tom Allen on their weekly radio show last night.

HOOSIER SIGHTS

BTN with the preview for IU at Minnesota on Friday night:

HOOSIER SOUNDS

Collin Hartman and Steve Risley are back for another edition of Indiana Basketball Weekly with the first exhibition just a week away.

(Tip:  Pull this post up every day on your commute and listen to the most relevant daily IU content rather than whatever happens to be on the radio)

TWEET OF THE DAY

Some guy named Romeo’s birthday today too…

FREE IU AND BIG TEN RECRUITING NEWS

[See our class of 2019 recruiting board here]
 
  • Thought 2019 wide receiver David Bell was down to a final five?  Think again as the SEC enters the mix.
  • 247Sports’ Evan Daniels addresses the somewhat surprising lull in Trayce Jackson-Davis‘ recruitment.
  • Rivals’ Eric Bossi with thoughts on Jackson-Davis, Matthew Hurt and Trendon Watford.

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