A made kick can lead to another just as easily as a miss might lead to another, and another and another.
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IU is now one win away from a bowl berth after its 33-27 victory against Rutgers on Saturday. It welcomes No. 12 Penn State to Bloomington next, and IU Coach Kevin Wilson updated the media on the status of the program in the lead up to the Nittany Lions’ arrival.
Penny Githens’ bid for District 60 in Indiana is highlighted by one significant difference from her opponent: Peggy Mayfield.
IU’s offense was clicking. The Hoosiers were driving, up 13-10 in the first quarter and threatening to score on their third consecutive drive to open up the game.
A year ago IU had a 25-point second-half lead against Rutgers at home in Memorial Stadium. Chests puffed out, the Hoosiers appeared to be on their way to their first Big Ten win of the season.
Three freshmen are playing what IU Coach Kevin Wilson calls some of the toughest positions in college football, and through eight games they aren’t rattled.
IU is back to .500 after defeating the Maryland Terrapins, 42-36, thanks in large part to its Big Ten Freshman of the Week Tyler Natee and Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of the Week Marcus Oliver. Those weren’t the only positives to come from the victory, and the Hoosiers certainly weren’t without their negatives.
Zander Diamont knew IU’s new package on offense would catch Maryland off guard.
Dave Wierzal said he hadn’t seen Dan Feeney play in about three years before he watched the IU offensive lineman take the field against Northwestern.
IU dropped below .500 for the first time this season after the 24-14 loss at Northwestern. In the lead-up to Saturday’s contest against Maryland, IU Coach Kevin Wilson updated the media on the current status of the program.
IU didn’t overhaul its defensive scheme after the first half.
Whether it’s as simple as going to class or cleaning up the locker room, the Hoosiers are going to start doing the little things that winners do.
IU will look to beat Northwestern for the first time since 2008 when the Hoosiers travel to Evanston, Illinois, to take on the Wildcats on Saturday in a matchup of .500 teams. IU enters the contest on the heels of two consecutive losses, and Northwestern has won two in a row.
“Close, ain’t it.”
A’Shon Riggins said in January he planned to come to IU and start as a freshman.
IU will face its third consecutive ranked opponent when No. 10 Nebraska comes to Bloomington for IU Homecoming. This past weekend IU lost its first conference game of the year to No. 2 Ohio State, and Monday IU Coach Kevin Wilson updated the media on the status of the program.
IU Coach Kevin Wilson didn’t want his team to make the game, the arena or the opponent any bigger than it already was.
IU Coach Kevin Wilson had only been talking with Euless Trinity High School head football coach Chris Jensen for a couple hours when he told Jensen he wanted the school’s starting quarterback.
IU football is riding high off its upset win at home over then-No. 17 Michigan State. After the win, the Hoosiers received three votes in both the AP Top 25 poll and the Coaches Poll, and they watched the Spartans fall out of the Top 25.
IU Coach Kevin Wilson didn’t say anything to Griffin Oakes before the junior kicker stepped up to take what would turn out to be a game-winning field goal.