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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – The 2017 IU football season ended the same way it started.
FINAL: Purdue 31 IU 24 - This one has wrapped up in West Lafayette as IU loses the Old Oaken Bucket game to Purdue for the first time since 2012. The Hoosiers entered the 4th quarter trailing big and mounted a comeback by scoring the final two touchdowns before ultimately losing 31-24. A Griffin Oakes onside kick with a minute to go was recovered by Purdue to ice the game.
When IU and Purdue meet for the 120th time on a football field at 12 p.m. this Saturday at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Indiana, something new will be on the line.
IU freshman running back Morgan Ellison was named co-Big Ten Freshman of the Week on Monday for his performance in IU's 41-0 win over Rutgers, the conference announced.
As Cole Gest tried to reflect on the performance he delivered on Saturday, he couldn't help but chuckle in disbelief.
This was a performance decades in the making.
Rashard Fant didn't cry after IU's 41-0 victory against Rutgers on Saturday afternoon.
FINAL: IU 41 Rutgers 0 - That's a final in Bloomington on Senior Day as IU shuts out Rutgers in a 41-0 victory. The Hoosiers jumped out to an early lead and never looked back, even as a lengthy weather delay kept the teams in their locker rooms for nearly two hours in the third quarter.
Saturday's game between IU and Rutgers has all the makings of a low-scoring affair.
Griffin Oakes didn’t want to watch one second of film from the 2016 season once it mercifully came to an end.
The celebrations were the same.
Even when senior quarterback Richard Lagow was benched in the first week of October, Coach Tom Allen kept him as one of IU’s team captains.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Each week of this season, the Hoosiers have a word of the week. This week, IU’s word was “now,” reflecting the urgency IU needed to play with against Illinois.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Illinois’ offensive players spent most of Saturday afternoon running for their lives as IU defenders chased them all over the Memorial Stadium field.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Rashard Fant couldn't hold on to the football.
FINAL: IU 24 Illinois 14 - IU hangs on to win 24-14 at Illinois to pick up its first Big Ten win of the season and continue the march toward bowl eligibility. The Hoosiers (4-6, 1-6 in the Big Ten) got a scare from the Illini (2-8, 0-7) in the 4th quarter, but a Simmie Cobbs Jr. touchdown reception with 5:45 to play and three late IU takeaways put the game to bed.
IU football's word of the week is "now."
Following his Sept. 14 arrest in Bloomington for felony criminal homicide, Camion Patrick, 23, former IU football running back, had the homicide charge dismissed by a judge Tuesday night in Blount County, Tennessee.
Some of Fred Glass’ earliest memories are from IU football games. There’s a football, one of many he remembers being handed out to “average goofs” like him the year after IU went to the Rose Bowl, in his office in Memorial Stadium that can always bring them back.
One day after IU football lost its fourth game in a row, Coach Tom Allen brought his seniors before the rest of their teammates.