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The numbers speak for themselves, though IU head coach Tom Allen also had some words to add.
The 2019 IU football recruiting class just got a bit bigger.
During his introductory press conference last week, new IU offensive coordinator Kalen DeBoer didn’t spend much time talking about his offensive philosophy.
As IU Head Coach Tom Allen stood at the podium in the Memorial Stadium Team Room, Kalen DeBoer sat anxiously.
After nearly three weeks of searching, the IU football program has found its new offensive coordinator.
Former IU running back Morgan Ellison announced Monday night on Twitter that he is transferring to Independence Community College in Independence, Kansas.
As IU linebacker Dameon Willis Jr. wandered off the field Nov. 25, 2017 at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Indiana, pain began to seep in.
There were a handful of things fans knew about Trevor Lawrence when he signed with the Clemson Tigers.
Mike DeBord’s departure from the IU football program was inevitable.
Sunday marked the end of the 2018 NFL regular season, and several former IU football players marked the occasion by finding the end zone and having their best games of the season.
IU offensive coordinator and Muncie, Indiana, native Mike DeBord announced his retirement Sunday night after nearly four decades coaching.
After spending two years juggling both head coach and defensive coordinator responsibilities, IU coach Tom Allen promoted linebackers coach Kane Wommack to defensive coordinator Thursday morning.
Terry Hutchens, an IU alumnus and Indiana-based sports writer for more than 30 years, died Friday after being hospitalized following a car accident Monday night in Fishers, Indiana.
The IU football team has added a new face to its quarterback room Monday.
The past two weeks of NFL action have seen coaching changes and playoff berths for former IU football players in the professional ranks.
The IU football team’s season ended with a exodus — again.
For the second straight year, the battle for the Old Oaken Bucket was a must-win game for IU.
They all reacted in different ways to a familiar end result.
* FINAL: Purdue defeats IU 28-21.
For the fourth consecutive season, IU will take on Purdue with a 5-6 record and a bowl bid on the line. After keeping its bowl hopes alive with a win over Maryland two weeks ago, IU squandered its first chance at a sixth win in a 31-20 loss at Michigan last Saturday.