Indiana (4-2, 1-2 B1G) returned to the field after their bye week to face a struggling Rutgers team (1-5, 0-4 B1G) for their bicentennial homecoming game and secured the 35-0 victory.
No. 8 Indiana will face No. 19 Kentucky this Wednesday at Jerry Yeagley Field at Bill Armstrong Stadium in a game where Indiana will try to defend several streaks against a tough Wildcats team.
The highly recruited 5-star 6’11” forward Dawson Garcia will make his official visit to Indiana this month on October 25-27th. He has previously announced his top seven schools on September 17 – North Carolina, Arizona, Memphis, Indiana, Kansas, Marquette, Minnesota.
A lot more of the same in week seven’s stacking of the Big Ten.
The nonstop drama of the Big Ten is what makes college football so special. At the top of the conference, Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State all racked up impressive blowout wins, two of which resulted in complete shutouts of Big Ten foes. With three losses for Rutgers and Purdue, are either of their seasons salvageable?
Today marks the first media day of the 2019-2020 basketball season. The two major updates were the clarification that Jerome Hunter is fully able to participate in practice and the addition of walk-on Jacquez Henderson.
Tiers within the Big Ten conference are starting to reveal themselves after the fourth week of action. At the very top of the pile, Ohio State and Wisconsin seem to have separated themselves as the two best teams in the league.
Hoosiers move to 3-1 on the season after a complete victory over the UConn Huskies. In the process, the Hoosiers lost senior LT Coy Cronk to injury.
Heavily recruited 4-star point guard from Putnam Science Academy, Hassan Diarra, has scheduled an official visit with Indiana University next week around September 27th. Hassan Diarra is planning on an official visit with former Indiana head coach Tom Crean this upcoming weekend, Texas A&M between October 11-13th. Georgetown is also in the mix for his recruitment.
See where the B1G teams moved in this week’s power rankings after a rough 6-5 week for the conference.
QB Peyton Ramsey and TE Peyton Hendershot answer questions after the 51-10 loss to No. 6 Ohio State.
The Indiana Hoosiers (2-1, 0-1) fell 51-10 to the No. 6 Ohio State Buckeyes (3-0, 1-0). Indiana trailed early and never caught their footing against the Buckeyes behind backup QB Peyton Ramsey.
QB Michael Penix Jr. may not play against the No. 6 Ohio State Buckeyes this weekend. Coach Tom Allen released this information today to the public stating the redshirt freshman is “going through some things” health-wise. Penix is now a gametime decision this weekend.
Michael Penix Jr. discusses offense and mood of the team after their game against Eastern Illinois. The Hoosiers won with a final score of 52-0, marking the largest margin of victory at Memorial Stadium.
The Hoosiers proved to be too much for Eastern Illinois in their first meeting between programs by winning 52-0. Michael Penix Jr. went 14 for 20 with 197 yards and Peyton Ramsey played for part of the second half, who went for 13 for 14 with 226 yards in the Memorial Stadium opener.
Indiana adds a third player to the 2020 class after 4-Star SF Jordan Geronimo announced his commitment to the Indiana Hoosiers after a weekend official visit.
Bloomington, Ind. – Hoosier’s Men’s Soccer starts the season 2-0 after two come from behind 2OT thrillers against Pittsburgh and UCLA in the Adidas/IU Credit Union Classic.
Indianapolis, Ind. – Indiana Head Coach Tom Allen discusses Indiana’s victory over Ball State, 34-24.