EAST LANSING, Mich. — The Hoosiers were unable to come up against Michigan State in a wire-to-wire finish in East Lansing. Despite a spirited effort …
What can we make of this IUFB team so far this season? The team has not played any opponent around their skill level, so what can we take away from their first four games and what should we wait and see with?
Indiana’s complete game against one of the lowest-rated FBS teams gave the Hoosiers one last bit of a confidence injection before they are fully thrown …
Indiana will not enter the remainder of the season playing conference opponents and will start out against a No. 25 Michigan State team lead by Dantonio, who is now the head coach with the most wins in Michigan State history.
Indiana football’s senior left tackle Coy Cronk suffered a season-ending injury on Saturday against the UConn Huskies and will be having surgery next week.
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.
Senior OL Coy Cronk’s injury sours an otherwise impressive Indiana win over the University of Connecticut Huskies in Week 4 of college football action.
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.
Indiana (2-1, 0-1) match up against American’s UConn Huskies (1-1, 0-0). Learn more about the Huskies, their key players, and what to watch for on Saturday.
After a 51-10 loss to Ohio State, Indiana will need to evaluate across the board all of the areas needed for improvement. We heard comments …
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Hoosiers take a big loss for their first Big Ten game against No. 6 Ohio State. What did we learn about this Indiana football team?
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.
The football team had an impressive victory, defeating the Eastern Illinois Panthers 52-0. They have a Top-10 opponent this weekend against Ohio State.
With a “program-changing” opportunity and a number of valid reasons for optimism, Tom Allen is welcoming the challenge of the No.6 Ohio State Buckeyes.
After two weeks, there is more uncertainty about where teams lie in the Big Ten than when we started. Ohio State seems to be firmly seated at the top for the moment, but preseason top-tier teams Nebraska and Michigan have been under-performing while lower teams such as Maryland and Wisconsin have been far exceeding expectations.