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Senior tight end Ted Bolser was named to the midseason award watch list for the John Mackey Award on Tuesday.
In advance of IU’s matchup with Michigan on Saturday, the Indiana Daily
Student talked with Zach Helfand of the Michigan Daily, the student
newspaper at the University of Michigan.
The last time IU won at Michigan, the Hoosiers went to the Rose Bowl. I’m not saying that if IU wins on Saturday it is going to the Rose Bowl this season, but it would be quite an accomplishment.
For the second time in two weeks, IU will travel to the Great Lake State for a conference matchup.
When IU’s defense takes the field Saturday, it will face the most prolific player in the Big Ten.
ANN ARBOR, MICH. -- In an offensive shootout, Michigan defeated IU 63-47
Saturday night at Michigan Stadium. The two teams combined for 110
points, 1,323 yards and 63 first downs in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Senior kicker Mitch Ewald now holds all significant kicking records at IU.He has more field goals (49), extra points (141) and total points (289) than any kicker in IU’s 129-year history.
However, the IU offense couldn’t respond as it had all game, and IU (3-4, 1-2) fell to Michigan (6-1, 2-1) 63-47.
Roberson threw for a career-high 288 yards in a losing effort as the
Wolverines escaped the Hoosiers’ second half push to win 63-47.
ANN ARBOR, MICH. – This season was supposed to be different. Saturday night’s 63-47 loss at No. 24 Michigan showed that it is not.
For the second time in his career, senior kicker Mitch Ewald has earned Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week honors.
The Grambling State football team has been in the news this past week, unfortunately for all the wrong reasons.
In this week’s conversation with IU Athletic Director Fred Glass, we
talk about how he responds to negativity he receives about the IU
defense and the importance of making a bowl.
For the last four years, Ewald and the other specialists have
published a comedic newsletter every week, that sports a catchy name.
Fred Glass talks with Robby Howard about this weekend's football game against Minnesota and Homecoming festivities.
Before the season, there was a quarterback controversy among sophomores Nate Sudfeld and Tre Roberson and junior Cam Coffman.
All IU has to do is win the rest of its home games, and the Hoosiers will make a bowl game. The process starts when IU (3-4, 1-2) takes on Minnesota (6-2, 2-2) Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
IU just had to win its three remaining home games against Minnesota,
Illinois and Purdue, and the Hoosiers would secure their first bowl
berth since 2007.
Wilson said Minnesota’s attitude on offense is similar to that of Navy. Both schools want to pound the ball on the ground. Forcing stops on third downs will be critical for IU’s defense.
In advance of Saturday's game against Minnesota, the IDS asked Minnesota
Daily football beat writer Nate Gotlieb about the Minnesota offense and
Coach Jerry Kill.