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There are no Publix supermarkets in Indiana, nor are there any Wawa convenience stores.
IU junior wide receiver Simmie Cobbs Jr. was added to the watch list Wednesday for the Biletnikoff Award, given annually to the nation's top receiver.
There are no good answers.
Tom Allen doesn’t think he’s ever coached a group with as many injuries as this 2017 IU football team.
IU freshman wide receiver Whop Philyor was named Big Ten Co-Freshman of the Week for his performance against Maryland, the conference announced Monday.
In a game that seemingly encompassed the entire 2017 IU football season into a 60-minute stretch, the Hoosiers lost 42-39 Saturday to the Maryland Terrapins in College Park, Maryland.
* FINAL - Maryland beats IU 42-39. Richard Lagow played effectively after coming in for the injured Peyton Ramsey, but was unable to lead IU on a scoring drive late in the game. IU falls to 3-5 with the loss and is now 0-5 in Big Ten play.
It’s time to put the word "breakthrough" on ice.
Lengthy losing streaks in Big Ten conference play is a problem that plagued IU football long before Tom Allen took over as head coach.
As head coach, part of Tom Allen’s job is to remain confident in his IU football team and work to keep his players positive, even when they slide their way to an 0-4 start in Big Ten play.
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Miscommunication wasn't the reason IU lost 17-9 to No. 18 Michigan State on Saturday afternoon, but it put the Hoosiers in a position to fail.
EAST LANSING, Mich. – IU's offense is to blame for this loss.
* FINAL: IU falls to No. 18 Michigan State 17-9. It was a game IU dominated for the majority of, but late scores by the Spartans and IU's inability to record touchdowns proved to be the deciding points.
IU football has been known as "Running Back U" in recent years.
The similarities between IU football’s next opponent and its previous one go beyond just the state name shared by the two schools.
For two teams that entered the extra period with the same 20 points apiece, IU and No. 17 Michigan couldn’t have looked more different in overtime Saturday.
If that felt familiar, it should.
Tom Allen's right palm struck the podium.
FINAL: That’s an overtime final in Bloomington as Michigan hangs on to win 27-20.
There’s an ancient Greek myth about Sisyphus.