In April 2019, Indiana University announced a “pilot program” to sell beer and wine at Hoosier football games. After testing out the program this season, …
Indiana University will pay their head football coach Tom Allen another seven years in a groundbreaking seven-year deal worth $27.3 million in total contract value. …
It’s that time of the year when the discussion pivots from what teams are going bowling to which bowl game each team will be assigned. …
After the Big Ten’s announcement of 2019 postseason defense and special teams awards, Indiana’s junior wide receiver Whop Philyor and junior running back Stevie Scott …
Football ended the regular season with a big win over Purdue to get 8 regular season games and basketball had an emphatic victory over Florida State.
Indiana fifth-year seniors Logan Justus, Haydon Whitehead and Nick Westbook each received conference awards for their performance during the 2019 regular season.
Hoosier defensive players Tiawan Mullen, Micah McFadden and Demarcus Elliot were recognized for Big Ten Awards by coaches and media Monday afternoon.
The 2019 regular season is in the books and the battle of the Big Ten Championship will once again feature Ohio State, who have won the past two championships.
The Hoosiers recorded an 8th win, and now look forward to seeing where they will play their bowl game a month’s time. With the Bucket back in Bloomington, see what we learned from IU’s remarkable win.
Videos of Indiana head coach Tom Allen and players reacting to the Hoosiers 44-41 victory over Purdue and bringing the Old Oaken Bucket back to Bloomington.
The Hoosiers (8-4, 5-3 B1G) knocked off the Purdue Boilermakers (4-8, 3-6 B1G), 44-41, in the 95th Old Oaken Bucket game.
How to watch and a quick scouting report on Indiana’s upcoming matchup against the Purdue Boilermakers in the Battle of the Old Oaken Bucket
Football team lost on Senior Day, basketball is undefeated for both men’s and women’s teams, and the Old Oaken Bucket is here for the taking this week.
Videos of Tom Allen and Indiana players and coaches as the Hoosiers prepare to battle against the Purdue Boilermakers for the Old Oaken Bucket.
As we enter the final week of conference play, Ohio State has further cemented itself as the top team in the conference with a win over the visiting Nittany Lions, but only by 11 points, their lowest margin of victory on the season.
Indiana had not defeated the Wolverines since 1987 and looked to make history. Instead IU laid an egg and got blown out at Memorial Stadium. See what we learned.
After Indiana’s 39-14 loss to #13 Michigan, head coach Tom Allen, Peyton Ramsey, Peyton Hendershot, and Reakwon Jones provided their thoughts.
BLOOOMINGTON, Ind. — In a game that seemed to be eerily tied to the weather conditions of the afternoon, the Hoosiers lose on senior day …