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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.
Sometimes it's best to keep it simple.
From the first day Tom Allen arrived in Bloomington as IU’s defensive coordinator in January 2016, he preached the importance of takeaways.
D'Angelo M. Roberts, 25, a graduate of Bloomington High School North and a former running back for the IU football team, is currently being held at the Monroe County Jail on preliminary felony charges of burglary with a deadly weapon, armed robbery and theft.
At times, it wasn’t pretty.
The rain came down in buckets at Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Monique Mack couldn't wait until after the game to congratulate her son.
* FINAL: IU defeats Charleston Southern 27-0.
This was the right time for a change to be made at the quarterback positon for IU.
The IU football season is only five weeks old, but the Hoosiers have packed a season's-worth of events into that period.
It would have been difficult to imagine senior Richard Lagow being dethroned as IU’s starting quarterback a month ago, when he was fresh off the heels of a 410-yard, three-touchdown performance against Ohio State.
Against Ohio State, IU senior quarterback Richard Lagow played well. For a bit more than a half he gave his team a shot to win the game, and although the Hoosiers ended up losing, freshman quarterback Peyton Ramsey played a minor role as a foil and not much more.
*FINAL: IU loses on the road at Penn State and falls to 2-2 (0-2) on the season. The Nittany Lions beat the Hoosiers 45-14.
Former IU football player Camion Patrick was arrested in Bloomington on Wednesday morning by IUPD in connection to a murder in Tennessee.
Virginia’s 2-10 record and subpar defensive stats from the 2016 season may indicate an easy opponent on paper, but IU Coach Tom Allen isn’t overlooking the Cavaliers.