Hoosier Links: Sept. 7, 2013

In today's Hoosiers links there's a story about whether IU's high-powered offense will remain in high gear against a Division I foe, a story about Tevin Coleman taking the next step and one about how the prow of the USS Indiana will be dedicated today at Memorial Stadium, fittingly before IU plays Navy.

Every day, we'll take a quick look around the Indiana beat with a couple of stories that could be of interest to IU fans.

1. The prow of USS Indiana will be dedicated at Memorial Stadium today, fittingly before the Hoosiers take on Navy at 6 p.m. The prow is the forward-most section of the bow. Ray Steele of WIBC radio in Indianapolis has this report. USS Indiana Prow to be dedicated at Memorial Stadium

2. The Hoosiers will be out to prove that their how-powered offense will be effective against Division I foes, too, writes Michael Marot of the Associated Press in this advance of the IU-Navy game. Hoosiers look for improvements against Navy

3. Gaining the most yards by an Indiana tailback in 17 years was a good start for Tevin Coleman in the 2013 season opener, but it was just that: a start. Coleman looks to build upon that performance, writes Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel when IU plays Navy tonight. IU's Coleman hopes to continue what he started

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