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IU lost yet again Friday night, this time against Minnesota. The Hoosier defense forced four turnovers, but still failed to slow down a Golden Gopher offense that recorded more than 480 yards in the 38-31 loss at TCF Bank Stadium.
If the comeback felt familiar, it's because it was.
FINAL: Minnesota defeats IU 38-31.
IU has lost three straight games and four out of its five Big Ten Conference games after a 33-28 home loss last weekend to Penn State.
After last week’s disappointing 33-28 home loss to Penn State, IU will try to record its second conference win Friday night against the Minnesota.
Bye weeks and injuries meant only five former IU football players played in NFL games this past weekend, but two of them ended up scoring touchdowns for their teams.
Reakwon Jones was on the phone with his stepdad when a tree fell on his family’s home. While Jones was safe and sound in Bloomington, the worst of Hurricane Michael was ravaging his hometown of Lynn Haven, Florida, just a few miles outside of Panama City.
It was a familiar media session for the assembled IU football coaches and players Monday.
Freshman quarterback Michael Penix Jr. is out for the rest of the 2018 season.
In the history of the IU football program, the team has only played in 11 postseason bowl games. The Hoosiers have lost their last four bowl games as well and haven’t won a game in college football’s postseason since 1991.
Optimism was not high in Section 29, Row 27 of Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
IU fell short of a breakthrough victory once again Saturday as it suffered its fourth loss of the season in a 33-28 loss to No. 18 Penn State.
Being in my second year as an IU football writer for the Indiana Daily Student, my family has been exposed to far more IU football news than it otherwise would have.
* FINAL: No. 18 Penn State defeats IU 33-28.
Sophomore Morgan Ellison has been suspended from IU for 2.5 years and has been permanently dismissed from the IU football team, according an IU Athletics statement released Friday night.
IU has lost two straight games and three out of its four Big Ten Conference games after a 42-16 home loss last weekend against Iowa.
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.
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.