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IU could play under the lights on a Friday night next season.
IU improved to 4-4 with a win over Maryland last weekend, and in the lead up to the Hoosiers' matchup against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, the IDS football crew took a look at what IU needs to do to improve to a winning record.
OG Anunoby worked on his game long before the first fans arrived.
Zander Diamont stayed.
The IDS football reporters discuss IU's chances at ending its 3-game losing streak and defeating Maryland on Saturday.
The IU offense needed a change.
The mantra for IU football for the entire month of October was inches.
OG Anunoby put on a show in the Hoosier Hysteria dunk contest Saturday, and Tyra Buss cemented her stardom in the three-point contest.
IU couldn't overcome a lackluster offensive performance and troubling first-half display on defense and dropped to 3-4 with a 24-14 loss at Northwestern. Jordan and Andrew analyze what went wrong, and what must change in the weeks ahead if IU is to reach a bowl game.
The poor play of quarterback Richard Lagow cost IU the game against
The IDS football reporters preview IU's matchup against Northwestern in Evanston, Illinois, as the Hoosiers look to avoid falling below .500 for the first time this season.
Good to great.
Thomas Bryant prayed.
Expectations are dangerous.
Mitchell Paige didn’t have any answers.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— IU believes its defense could be the strength of the team.
Richard Lagow flat out has a cannon for an arm.
Against the No. 2 team in the nation, IU decided on a conservative game plan.
The IDS football beat reporters highlight the strengths and weaknesses of No. 2 Ohio State and how the Hoosiers can attack the Buckeyes in Columbus, Ohio, on Saturday.
When the IU students and fans rushed the field after the victory over Michigan State, a chant emerged from the crowd: “We want ‘Bama.”