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Much like death and taxes, injuries in the game of football are inevitable. Many athletes who play football have had their lives changed forever due to the lingering injuries they suffer on the gridiron. And everyone who plays today understands the risk of playing America’s most popular sport.
Only seven teams in NFL history have won back to back Super Bowls. No one has repeated as Super Bowl champions since the 2003-04 New England Patriots that began its two-decade reign over the AFC.
Indianapolis is known as the “Racing Capital of the World.” When you step off the plane at Indianapolis International Airport, you’re greeted by an IndyCar in the terminal and a history lesson about the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway. So, when the last week in May came and went without the sound of engines racing by, something was missing.
Although the IU football team has had to stop recruiting, the team found a commitment from a graduate transfer with ties to Indiana: former Stanford University defensive end Jovan Swann.
For the first time since 2017, the Big Ten men’s swimming and diving champions were not wearing cream and crimson Saturday night. It was the 41st conference championship for Michigan.
IU’s championship reign began Feb. 25, 2017, in Columbus, Ohio. Since then, the men’s swim and dive team has defended its championship two times.
As the women’s swimming team looks to defend their Big Ten title in Iowa City this week, the men will stay home and race against the clock.
IU head swimming coach Ray Looze was adamant about having his No. 5 men’s swimming and diving team at a “DEFCON 1 level of preparedness” for its meet against the No. 10 University of Louisville on Friday, and the Hoosiers delivered.
IU men’s swimming and diving will close out its regular season with a top-10 matchup against the University of Louisville on Friday at the Ralph Wright Natatorium in Louisville, Kentucky.
Prior to IU’s dual meet versus in-state rival Purdue, IU recognized Mohamed "Mishu" Samy and fellow senior Wyeth Brock as part of senior day. But to Samy, Saturday was just another step toward his goal of an NCAA title.
The No. 5 IU men’s swim and dive team will look to extend its win streak over Purdue to ten consecutive meets Saturday, dating back to Feb. 5, 2011.
IU field hockey closed out its season with a 6-0 loss to Northwestern.
The IU field hockey team traveled to Central Michigan University on Friday. The Hoosiers — coming into the match with a 35-day streak without winning — and the Chippewas, who hadn’t won a match in 53 days, faced off in a meaningful game that had the opportunity to turn around both clubs’ seasons.
The last time the IU field hockey team traveled north Michigan, the team was 3-3, beginning the gauntlet of its conference schedule.
In the midst of a seven game losing streak, IU needed one of its leaders to step up to the plate. Senior midfielder and captain Kelsey Giese, in the middle of the chaos, stepped up and took her shot.
The potent Iowa offense, spearheaded by junior forward Maddy Murphy’s hat trick, was too much for the IU defense, as the team lost 6-1.
The IU field hockey team returns home for its final home match of the season against No. 6 Iowa on Friday and travels to Athens, Ohio, to take on Ohio University on Sunday.
IU field hockey traveled out east for a pair of top-20 matchups against Rutgers and Maryland this weekend. IU struggled, falling in both matches, 3-2 against Rutgers and 6-0 against Maryland.
IU field hockey closed out its homestand with a 5-1 defeat by Kent State University on Sunday. The Hoosiers have now lost four straight matches, all at home.
From the opening minutes, 1-7 Penn State had IU on its heels. The first 10 minutes of the game was a sign for the way the match was going to go.