Few things in college football are more special than a rivalry game.
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Dear fellow basketball school (I assume we’re talking about the women’s teams),
Indiana sophomore quarterback Grant Gremel took the snap with 30 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. As he dropped back to pass, a combination of screaming fans, blinding lights and fearsome defensive linemen bore down upon him at Memorial Stadium.
So, you just watched your school’s football team get blown out by Rutgers. That’s rough. That’s really, really rough.
Since 2018, the Emmy Awards have seen an unprecedented stretch of four consecutive first-time winners for outstanding comedy.
It’s easy to say Indiana football’s 2-7 record isn’t actually representative of the team’s caliber. Today, we’re going to stop living in the hypothetical and examine the Hoosiers piece by piece to determine whether it’s actually any better than its record.
Imagine, if you will, two college football fans. One roots for the Michigan Wolverines, the other the Indiana Hoosiers.
We are approaching week 10 of the college football season. Just like everyone expected, Indiana football reporters are frantically publishing stories, columns and in-depth analyses about third-string freshman quarterback Donaven McCulley.
I always roll my eyes a bit when sports pundits say a team needs a win. Last I checked, nobody is turning down victories like dessert at an expensive restaurant.
In the weeks leading up to every college football season, sports bettors can wager money on a variety of potential outcomes. These include win totals, Heisman finalists and even whether certain head coaches will be fired.
A cold breeze swept through Memorial Stadium early Saturday night. Bright lights illuminated heavy rain pelting the 50,000 attendants eagerly awaiting a battle for the ages.
Contrary to what those who have read my Indiana football columns throughout 2021 might think, I am not one for negativity. I believe college football is an extremely enjoyable sport, and even fans of programs in a downward spiral usually have at least a few things to celebrate.
There’s an outdated television trope for which I harbor a particular disdain. In this cliche, a frumpy, generally uninteresting man engages in a variety of suburban hi-jinks while inexplicably married to an extremely conventionally attractive woman. Think “King of Queens,” “The George Lopez Show” or pretty much anything that aired on TBS in the early 2010s.
After a bye week, Indiana football boasts — humbly presents may be more accurate than boasts — a 2-3 record.
Entering week six, Indiana football is 2-3 with all three of its losses coming against current top five teams.
Life is full of paradoxes.
Of the many beautiful phenomena in college football, there might not be any more satisfying than a revenge game.
With a narrow loss to the No. 8 University of Cincinnati still looming large in the rear view mirror and a prime-time matchup at No. 6 Penn State on the horizon, Indiana football’s showdown against Western Kentucky University on Saturday was easy to overlook.
It’s 7:30 a.m. Sunday in Bloomington.
Do you remember hot potato?