Indiana football will travel to Cincinnati Saturday to take on a familiar nonconference opponent in the University of Cincinnati in search of revenge.
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Will, Jacob and Garrett look back at Indiana's thrilling win over Western Kentucky and discuss takeaways from the win. They then make predictions for Indiana's first road game at Cincinnati.
Indiana football redshirt junior and kicker Charles Campbell took home Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week and the Lou Groza Award Star of the Week honors this week, according to a Big Ten Football Twitter post and an Indiana Football Twitter post.
In a class of up-tempo offenses, Indiana came back from behind and defeated Western Kentucky University in overtime at home, 33-30. With the win, the Hoosiers denied the Hilltoppers revenge from last year’s game.
Indiana football is looking to exceed its win total from last season and stay undefeated with a matchup against Western Kentucky University this Saturday afternoon at home.
This Saturday, the Big Ten Network’s “BTN Tailgate Show” will be held at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall ahead of Indiana’s matchup with Western Kentucky University, according to an IU Athletics announcement.
Indiana football heads into week three undefeated and with a conference win already under its belt, but the feelings around the locker room aren’t sanguine. After the team’s late arrival to last Saturday’s win over the University of Idaho, the focus through practice this week is consistency.
After a quiet first half on the offensive side, Indiana football defeated the University of Idaho 35-22 on Saturday night at home to improve to 2-0 on the season.
After a quiet first half, Indiana stunned the University of Idaho Vandals in the second half, scoring 29 unanswered points on the way to a 35-22 home victory.
Redshirt junior quarterback Connor Bazelak was selected for the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award watchlist Wednesday, according to an Indiana football Twitter post. The annual award gives recognition to the nation’s top upperclassman quarterback.
On Monday, freshman linebacker Dasan McCullough, junior wide receiver Cam Camper and redshirt senior Charles Campbell all took home weekly honors for their performance in the win against Illinois Friday night.
Indiana football possessed an offense desperately in need of a revival after 2021, a season in which it ranked last place offensively in the Big Ten Conference. With that in mind, head coach Tom Allen brought in former University of Massachusetts head coach Walt Bell to serve as Indiana’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
The last time Indiana football lost back-to-back season openers was during the 2000 and 2001 seasons. A loss to Iowa last year puts the Hoosiers at greater odds to seal that 20+ year gap at home against Illinois this Friday.
Indiana redshirt junior transfer Connor Bazelak will be the starting quarterback for the Hoosiers Friday night against the Illinois Fighting Illini.
The Indiana football program is in an interesting position this season. After having a combined record of 14-7, they found themselves in a bowl game in both the 2019 and 2020 seasons. With lofty expectations going into the 2021 season, the Hoosiers took a nosedive going 2-10, not winning a single conference game.
Scott Dolson, Indiana’s vice president and director of intercollegiate athletics, said the university is considering selling alcoholic beverages at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall.
On Monday afternoon, Indiana football head coach Tom Allen, defensive coordinator and linebacker coach Chad Wilt and offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Walt Bell took the podium to answer questions for the media ahead of Indiana’s season opener at 8 p.m. Friday night against Illinois.
Indiana football will wear throwback uniforms on the road during the 2022 season, according to an Indiana Football Twitter post Friday. The uniforms are inspired by former head coach Bill Mallory from the 1990s.
Indiana football head coach Tom Allen addressed the media Tuesday afternoon to discuss the current starting quarterback situation and depth chart uncertainties.
Indiana football continued fall camp this week ahead of the start of the 2022 season. They addressed questions about the starting quarterback, progression of the offensive line and sophomore Donovan McCulley’s transition from quarterback to wide receiver.