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While the IU women’s basketball team was able to welcome back its top five scorers from last year, the heart and soul of its frontcourt won’t be returning.
IU football has promoted tight ends coach Nick Sheridan to offensive coordinator following Kalen DeBoer’s departure for the head coaching job at California State University at Fresno.
Sophomore defensive back Reese Taylor has exuded confidence on the football field since at least the sixth grade.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. — If IU football had finished off the University of Tennessee in the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl, it would have been its defense that got it there.
*Ramsey misses Philyor short on the right side by a few feet and Tennessee will take over on downs in victory formation.
We finally found out where IU will be playing and who the Hoosiers will be playing. Spoiler alert: it’s Tennessee in the Gator Bowl. Caleb, Will, and Jack give their initial thoughts as IU is headed down south.
IU will play in the 2020 Gator Bowl against University of Tennessee at 7 p.m. on Jan. 2 in Jacksonville, Florida.
The Old Oaken Bucket has made its way back to Bloomington for the first time since 2016. Caleb, Jack, and Will argue over how to properly prepare hotdogs, break down the bucket game and give their picks on potential bowl locations for the Hoosiers. Just remember, everything is civilized until you put ketchup on a hotdog.
West Lafayette, Ind — Nobody knows how difficult it is to beat Purdue more than IU head coach Tom Allen.
*FINAL: Ramsey walks it off with a rushing touchdown as IU wins 44-41 in double overtime.
As IU football took a 14-7 lead over No. 13 Michigan on a one-yard keeper from junior quarterback Peyton Ramsey in the second quarter, there was a glimmer of hope.
*FINAL: Michigan wins 39-14.
It’s a party on the podcasts this week as we bring on two special guests, Theo Mackie from the Michigan Daily and Cam Drummond of the Ft. Wayne Journal Gazette. How does Michigan look at this IU game, how important is this game for the Hoosiers, and what embarrassing things does Theo know about Caleb and Cam? Gotta listen to find out.
Coming off its first loss since Sept. 28 at Michigan State, those who spoke to the media Monday for IU football were cool and collected.
No. 9 Penn State edged out No. 24 IU football 34-27 on Saturday in College Park, Pennsylvania in a competitive, back-and-forth battle with postseason implications on the line. Each team’s most dynamic playmakers, however, left the game with injuries before halftime.
IU football saw no action this past weekend, but a number of upsets around the country thrusted it into its first AP Top 25 Poll since 1994.
Just because IU is on a break during its bye week doesn’t mean we are! Caleb, Jack and Will talk about the Penix injury, how good Kalen DeBoer has been and if any of IU’s coordinators will be around in the near future. We’re into the home stretch, so don’t miss the newest episode of the IDS Football Podcast.
IU Athletics announced Tuesday that redshirt freshman quarterback Michael Penix Jr. will miss the rest of the season due to an injury sustained last Saturday night against Northwestern.
Following the team’s seventh win of the season Saturday, IU football will be on its second bye week in preparation for its final three games before the postseason.
For the first time in 25 seasons, IU football is ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 poll.