With three weeks until the Big Ten Indoor Track Championships, coach Marshall Goss was looking for some sign of life from a number of his athletes. His wish came true this weekend at the Indiana Invitational. Goss said he believed the competition proved his athletes would be able to compete in the conference. "I felt that we competed very well," Goss said. "We still have a ways to go, but in looking at the areas across the board, you can pick out highlights.