BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – After the bye week, Indiana looked refreshed and rejuvenated, thumping Rutgers 35-0 on Homecoming at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington. The Hoosiers (4-2, …
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.
After an unusual schedule, where IU dominated three teams, and got crushed by one, the Hoosiers (3-2, 0-2 B1G) finally experienced a 60-minute challenge at …
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 …
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.
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.
Takeaways from IU football’s dominating win over Eastern Illinois, 52-0, resulting in the largest margin of victory in Memorial Stadium history.
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.
The game was not pretty, but Indiana used all three dimensions of the game to hold off a pesky Ball State team Saturday afternoon in …
Indianapolis, Ind. – Indiana Head Coach Tom Allen discusses Indiana’s victory over Ball State, 34-24.
Indiana (1-0, 0-0) defeats Ball State 34-24 in the first match of the season in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Penix led the Hoosiers with 1 TD, 2 INT and 326 yards passing.