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After last week’s 38-10 demolition of the Ball State Cardinals, IU begins conference play with a record of 3-0. Michigan State comes to Bloomington sporting a record of 1-1. The team has not played since its 16-13 loss to Arizona State on Sept. 8.
All 32 NFL teams were in action once again for week two of the 2018 season.
After a 38-10 trouncing at home against Ball State, the IU football team improved their record to 3-0 on the season, capping off an undefeated nonconference schedule that also saw wins over Florida International and Virginia.
Athletic Director Fred Glass announced the 37th IU Athletics Hall of Fame class Sept. 12.
Reakwon Jones admitted he was a little too “hype.”
Thanks to a dominant performance from the defense and another strong showing from Stevie Scott and the IU rushing attack, the Hoosiers closed their nonconference slate with a 38-10 victory over the Ball State Cardinals on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
Rhythmic voices from members of the IU football program reverberated Saturday afternoon in the hallways of Memorial Stadium.
FINAL: IU defeats Ball State 38-10.
With a dash toward the student section, a parade of leaping high-fives to rain-soaked students and the impulsive kick of a trash can, Tom Allen encapsulated the current mood of the IU football program.
After surviving the soaking-wet conditions from IU's home game against Virginia, the Indiana Daily Student football beat writers are warm, dry and ready to break down the latest in IU football news.
After knocking off Virginia 20-16 in tough weather conditions Saturday, IU is 2-0 entering its final nonconference matchup of the season against the Ball State.
The 2018 NFL season started up this past weekend, with all 32 teams in action across the country.
IU began its season 2-0 for the first time since 2016 with Saturday's 20-16 home win against Virginia, a victory featuring a breakout game from true freshman running back Stevie Scott.
IU Coach Tom Allen issued a challenge to his offensive line this week, and the unit passed the test with flying colors.
Stevie Scott is a big boy.
For the more than 8,100 freshmen attending IU this year, moments signifying adulthood will come in distinctive ways.
FINAL: IU defeats Virginia 20-16. The Hoosiers improve to 2-0 despite a last-minute desperation drive from the Cavaliers, who made it all the way to the IU 27-yard line, with the help of an IU penalty on fourth down, before failing to score on the final play of the game.
For IU to reach a bowl game this season, certain things, such as a 3-0 nonconference record, are required.
Following IU's season-opening victory at Florida International, Indiana Daily Student IU football columnist Cameron Drummond and reporters Murphy Wheeler and Sean Mintert recap the sights and sounds from their trip to Miami, as well as preview IU's next opponent, the Virginia Cavaliers.
After last week’s 38-28 victory in Miami against Florida International University, IU’s toughest nonconference opponent awaits. Led by Coach Bronco Mendenhall, the Virginia Cavaliers are looking to improve upon last year’s 6-7 record, which ended with a loss to Navy in the Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman.