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After last week’s 42-16 loss at the hands of Iowa, IU will try to right the ship as No. 18 Penn State comes to Bloomington in need of a win.
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During week six of the NFL season, seven former IU football players took the field for their respective teams.
Following a 42-16 loss to Iowa, IU football will hope to turn things around when No. 18 Penn State visits Bloomington on Saturday.
To whom much is given, much is required.
The annual homecoming game was unkind to IU once again, as IU dropped its eighth consecutive homecoming game in a 42-16 loss to Iowa on Saturday afternoon. Led by junior quarterback Nate Stanley’s career-high six touchdown passes, there was little IU could do to slow down Iowa, who rolled up 479 yards of offense behind a balanced attack.
Sophomore kicker Jared Smolar gave it a good shot.
In order to finish, you have to start.
* FINAL: Iowa defeats IU 42-16.
IU's record dropped to 4-2 overall and 1-2 in Big Ten Conference play last weekend as the result of a 49-26 loss at No. 3 Ohio State.
During week five of the 2018 NFL season, six former IU football players took the field for their respective NFL teams, with several players positing career milestones during their games.
After last week’s 49-26 loss at No. 3 Ohio State, IU will look to get back on track as the Hoosiers get set to welcome the Iowa Hawkeyes to Memorial Stadium on Saturday. Iowa is 4-1 and coming off a 48-31 win against Big Ten West division foe Minnesota.
George Taliaferro, who played for IU football as a halfback, quarterback, punter and defensive back from 1945 to 1948, died Monday at the age of 91.
It’s homecoming week for the IU football program.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – It was another week and another missed opportunity for IU as the Hoosiers dropped to 4-2 overall and 1-2 in the Big Ten after falling 49-26 to No. 3 Ohio State on Saturday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — J-Shun Harris II walked into Saturday's postgame media session without a limp or hobble in his step.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Between the third and fourth quarters Saturday afternoon at Ohio Stadium, “Mr. Brightside” by The Killers blared over the loudspeakers.
* FINAL: No. 3 Ohio State defeats IU 49-26.
UPDATED (7:49 p.m.):
During the first run of the U.S. version of the television show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” host Drew Carey started each episode the same way.
At most schools, the homecoming game is cause for celebration. Many alumni are back in town, the pregame festivities are fun for everyone, then fans fill the football stadium and cheer their team on to victory.