Indiana lost to Rutgers on the road in Piscataway, New Jersey, Saturday afternoon, 24-17. With the loss, the Hoosiers fall to 3-5 on the season.
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Indiana football finally found the endzone in the second half against Maryland on Saturday, but the team came out on the losing side yet again. During their four-game losing streak, the Hoosiers have been outscored 66-30 in the second half and were shut out in two of those games.
Jack Tuttle, Indiana football redshirt senior quarterback and captain, announced Monday morning he entered the NCAA transfer portal after four seasons playing for the Hoosiers.
Will, Jacob and Garrett break down Indiana's 31-10 loss to Michigan. They dive into the firing of Indiana offensive line coach Darren Hiller, and estimate how Rod Carey's tenure will go. Finally, they examine their mid-season roundtable picks and predictions and preview the Hoosiers' contest against Maryland Saturday.
On Monday, newly named offensive line coach Rod Carey answered questions from the media after being promoted Sunday afternoon.
Mike Hart, current Michigan football running backs coach and former Indiana football assistant coach, gave an update on his health via a Michigan football Twitter post Monday morning. This comes after Hart was carted off the field in the first quarter of Indiana’s game Saturday against No. 4 Michigan after suffering a medical emergency on the Michigan sideline.
Indiana football announced it has fired offensive line coach and run game coordinator Darren Hiller, according to a press release Sunday.
Indiana football head coach Tom Allen announced the Hoosiers were without four starters due to injuries ahead of Indiana’s matchup with No. 4 Michigan Saturday.
It was a tale of two halves Saturday, starting with Indiana football hanging tough with the No. 4 Wolverines but ending with the dam that is Indiana’s offensive line breaking loose. For the second week in a row, the Hoosier’s offense went stagnant in the second half, losing 31-10.
Indiana football was unable to keep up with No. 4 Michigan on homecoming weekend, losing, 31-10
The IDS reporters break down what happened in Indiana's loss at Nebraska last weekend. Later, they preview the Hoosiers' homecoming matchup against 4th-ranked Michigan and give their game predictions.
On a two-game skid, Indiana football faces its biggest challenge yet, No. 4 Michigan. Ahead of their matchup Saturday, head coach Tom Allen discussed the Hoosiers’ keys to beating the Wolverines on homecoming weekend.
This Saturday, Indiana will host Fox’s “Big Noon Kickoff” ahead of its homecoming matchup against No. 4 Michigan, according to an Indiana Football Twitter post.
After starting the season 3-0, Indiana football has fallen into a dry spell, losing each of their last two games on the road. The Hoosiers have a tough upcoming schedule taking on three teams ranked in the top 10, starting this weekend against No. 4 Michigan.
This Saturday, Indiana football faces off against Michigan for the 71st time in program history. While both teams come into this game with winning records, the history between the two programs pits a college football juggernaut against a college football jester.
Prior to Indiana football’s 35-21 loss against the University of Nebraska on Saturday night, concerns arose about who redshirt junior quarterback Connor Bazelak’s weapons on the offensive end were going to be. While many Indiana receivers caught passes, they weren’t enough to fill the shoes of a few Hoosier teammates.
Indiana football is poised to bounce back from its first loss of the season last week as the team goes on the road against Nebraska this Saturday. The Hoosiers will be playing in a Memorial Stadium, just not the one they’re used to when they take on the Cornhuskers at 7:30 p.m. in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Two days after Indiana football’s first loss of the season, head coach Tom Allen addressed the struggles against the University of Cincinnati in a press conference. Allen emphasized the team continues to learn and develop, preparing for its next opponent in Nebraska on Saturday night.
Indiana football’s undefeated season came to an abrupt end Saturday against the University of Cincinnati. The Bearcats exploited the Hoosiers’ defensive weaknesses and dominated the Hoosiers Saturday afternoon, 45-24.
In an electric environment in Nippert Stadium Saturday afternoon, Indiana and the University of Cincinnati traded field goals to start the first quarter. Bearcat redshirt senior quarterback Ben Bryant found a hole in the Hoosiers’ secondary and launched a pass to junior wide receiver Tyler Scott for a 75-yard touchdown. Cincinnati led Indiana at the end of the first quarter, 10-3.