After last week's narrow home win against Maryland, IU is just one win away from booking its spot in a bowl game this postseason.
The Hoosiers will get two chances in the closing weeks of the regular season to try and pick up that elusive sixth win. First up is this week's game between IU and No. 4 Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Indiana Daily Student football writers Cameron Drummond and Sean Mintert take stock of where the IU football program is right now, preview the game against Michigan and also look ahead to possible implications of the Old Oaken Bucket game between IU and Purdue.
2:50 - IU's postseason situation
4:30 - A look at the Purdue University campus
5:50 - What is the likelihood that the Old Oaken Bucket game determines bowl eligibility for IU and Purdue?
9:05 - Are the IU and Purdue fanbases satisfied with the direction of their football programs?
12:50 - Is Tom Allen's job safe?
14:45 - Recapping the Maryland win
26:20 - Sean and Cameron reminisce about learning math in elementary school
33:20 - How does IU stay competitive with No. 4 Michigan?
39:20 - 4th and 1 with Sean Mintert
43:10 - Score predictions for IU vs. No. 4 Michigan
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Pietersen and Lomeli both previously worked with IU.
Parsons will be representing Canada.
The event starts at 4:30 p.m.