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When the dust settled and the pads came off, the Hoosiers walked away
beating the Western Michigan Broncos, but they nearly gave the victory
Many Hoosier football fans hope IU’s Shaq, Shaquille Jefferson, will have a similar effect on their turf to basketball great Shaquille O'Neal.
For the first time since 2006, student season ticket sales have surpassed 6,000
When IU decided to switch from the traditional spread offense to the
pistol – a scheme used to utilize the running backs – sophomore wide
receiver Damarlo Belcher was a little bit worried.
IU Athletics Director Fred Glass announced Tuesday that the department
has sold more than 6,000 student section season ticket passes, which
hasn’t happened since 2006.
IU coach Bill Lynch brought in referees and piped crowd noise inside
Mellencamp Pavilion during practice this week to prepare his team for
its first road game at Akron this Saturday.
Having officials at practice would be beneficial for reducing most
penalties, but given the team’s play recently, it’s unnecessary.
IU will face the Akron Zips at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the brand-new InfoCision Stadium.
Ray Fisher, the Hoosiers’ senior wide receiver-turned-cornerback, is
earning high praise from the coaching staff after leading IU in
tackles in its first two games.
AKRON, Ohio — With two close wins to start the season, the IU football
team needed a big victory to make a statement to the rest of the Big
Ten. And with their 38-21 win, the Hoosiers did just that.
Not that the 17-14 halftime lead was disappointing for the Hoosiers,
but IU’s 21 second-half points were the Hoosiers’ most post-halftime
points since its win against Murray State last September.
Battling back from an ACL injury, IU senior safety Austin Thomas worked each day this off-season to return to peak condition. It showed Saturday when Thomas intercepted Akron quarterback Matt Rodgers twice en route to a 38-21 win against the Zips.Thomas was not the only defensive player who made a significant impact for the IU defense.
It took three weeks, two injuries and one virtue for freshman running back Darius Willis to jumpstart his Hoosiers career.
Calls for Notre Dame football coach Charlie Weis’ head are done – at least for now.
This autumn, only leaves are falling in Bloomington.
But it wasn’t too long ago when the crunch of foliage and the smacks of an IU quarterback hitting the ground were synonymous.
IU defensive end Jammie Kirlew has a passion for crushing quarterbacks – and film, politics, business and community service. On Tuesday, his many talents were recognized.
SOUTH BEND — The College Football Hall of Fame, which never managed to
attract the number of visitors its organizers hoped for after moving it
to South Bend in 1995, is being moved to Atlanta to bring it more
exposure, organizers told the city.
Do you remember the popular, rich and physically superior bully that pushed you around through your grade school days?
If you do, then you understand how the IU football team feels when they play the University of Michigan.
Junior quarterback Ben Chappell was 5 months old the last time IU beat Michigan.
IU senior linebacker Will Patterson is one of the most tenacious players on the roster – just ask IU senior cornerback Nick Polk.