Hoosier Links: Oct. 2, 2013

In today's Hoosier Links, there's a column from Robby Howard about students on game day, a Q&A in the IDS with the Penn State beat writer from the Daily Collegian and a story on the Nittany Lions coming out of the bye week.

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.

Here are the stories for Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013

1. Robby Howard of the Indiana Daily Student pens a column today where he asks when will Indiana's students get to the point where they come back after the first half of games and stay in Memorial Stadium? Not there yet, he says. When will 'We don't leave' be true for IU football fans

2. Also in the Indiana Daily Student today is this Q&A with Evan Hoopfer and the Penn State beat writer from the Daily Collegian. Good stuff. Q&A with Penn State beat writer

3. Finally, Travis Johnson in the Centre Daily Times in State College, Pa. writes about Penn State coming off its own bye week and getting linebacker Mike Hull back this week for the Hoosiers. Hull suffered a knee injury in the opener against Syracuse and this will be his first game back.Penn State linebacker Mike Hull will be play against Indiana

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