IU's record dropped to 4-2 overall and 1-2 in Big Ten Conference play last weekend as the result of a 49-26 loss at No. 3 Ohio State.
Now, the Hoosiers will attempt to get back in the win column during homecoming weekend in Bloomington.
IU will play Iowa at noon Saturday at Memorial Stadium, in front of what is expected to be a capacity crowd and a national television audience.
Indiana Daily Student football writers Cameron Drummond, Sean Mintert and Murphy Wheeler discuss the positives IU can take away from its offensive performance against Ohio State and whether or not IU will continue to be a pass-heavy team against Iowa.
1:35 - Ohio State game recap
4:03 - Why did IU have so much success against Ohio State in the first half? What happened to the Hoosiers in the second half?
7:48 - What can IU take from the Ohio State game to apply to the Iowa game?
11:00 - IU's rushing game report
14:25 - How bad was IU's pass defense against Ohio State?
18:00 - IU's special teams overview
22:00 - Cameron's middle school debate career
25:00 - Three things to know about Iowa
36:00 - Why does Murphy think IU will lose?
38:30 - 4th and 1 with Murphy
40:35 - Score predictions for this Saturday
46:00 - "Sesame Street" characters as members of a football team
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