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Of the six former Hoosiers in action in the NFL during week four of the season, five of them ended up on the winning side of their respective games.
It was a win. That much can be said.
Let’s start with the facts.
It wasn’t pretty, but IU did just enough to defeat Rutgers 24-17 on Saturday afternoon.
IU lost for the first time in 2018 last weekend against then-No. 24 Michigan State.
After last week’s disappointing 35-21 loss to then-No. 24 Michigan State, IU travels to Piscataway, New Jersey, for the second game of its Big Ten Conference season.
Whether it was Coach Tom Allen, offensive coordinator Mike DeBord or any of their players, everybody within the IU football program reiterated the same thing Monday afternoon.
Last month, IU released a statement that sophomore running back Morgan Ellison has been indefinitely suspended from all football activities.
Another week of NFL action featured seven former IU football players among those who made in-game appearances this weekend.
A great opportunity was met with a disappointing performance.
Marcelino Ball always stands in the same spot in Memorial Stadium before heading to the locker room before kickoff.
The comeback was over before it started.
FINAL: No. 24 Michigan State defeats IU 35-21.
Matt Stauder was pulled in all directions Thursday night.
Drew Conrad’s attention to small details almost borders on obsessive.
Football and poetry have few things in common.
This is when things fall apart for IU.
After going 3-0 in nonconference play, IU enters Big Ten Conference play with an opportunity for a special season in front of them. Since the Hoosiers currently reside in the East division of the conference, the annual gauntlet of Ohio State, Michigan, Michigan State and Penn State means IU’s schedule is always a tough one.
IU easily defeated Ball State to close nonconference play last weekend. Now, the Hoosiers will begin their Big Ten schedule against No. 24 Michigan State. Indiana Daily Student football reporters Cameron Drummond, Sean Mintert and Murphy Wheeler talk about what IU can take from its nonconference victories heading into the battle for the Old Brass Spittoon, as well as the state of the Big Ten Conference following the first three weeks of the season.
Former IDS IU football columnist and IU alumnus Andrew Hussey makes a guest appearance on this episode.
Ryan Fitzpatrick wandered to the podium at Raymond James Stadium decked out in a black-and-white-accented tracksuit following the Buccaneers’ 27-21 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.