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.
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How is one supposed to judge a sports team? Is it by statistics and analytics, the so-called “eye test,” or a combination of both?
Somehow, Indiana football is 3-0. For the third consecutive week, the Hoosiers escaped with a victory, finding a way at the very end to beat Western Kentucky University 33-30 in overtime.
Indiana football is off to a good start in its 2022 season. Improving their record to 2-0 against the University of Idaho last weekend, the Hoosiers have already matched their 2021 win total. Yes, last season was that bad.
Trailing 10-0 at halftime to Football Championship Subdivision opponent University of Idaho amid a downpour of rain, the Indiana football program was practically dead. After pumping hope into the fan base with a season-opening win, Indiana looked destined to follow it up with the most embarrassing loss of the weekend.
Indiana finally lifted the weight of the world off its shoulders. Having won its first football game in 342 days, and its first Big Ten win in 636 days, the Hoosiers finally have a sense of relief.
Indiana football is at its highest point in a long time — 2020 to be exact — after a pivotal comeback win over Big Ten opponent Illinois to open the season Sept. 2. So, what is the next task for the Hoosiers? Beating the University of Idaho by, probably, as many points as possible.
With 2 minutes and 16 seconds remaining in the game and in need of the touchdown, there were few people in the stadium who thought Indiana would score. They were 75 yards away, and having already missed several opportunities already, the outlook wasn’t good.
As you might have heard by now, Indiana football opens its season Friday evening against Big Ten opponent Illinois. With the Hoosiers entering the matchup with several question marks about their identity and Illinois already with a win under its belt in week zero, here’s what you should keep an eye out for when the game kicks off at 8 p.m. in Bloomington.
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.
After seven long months awaiting college football, the season is finally upon us. Along with all the excitement and action comes the opportunity to make outlandish predictions and takes based solely on speculation.
Indiana football concluded its second preseason scrimmage Friday afternoon and will end fall training camp on Sunday. As the depth chart enters its final stages before the season opener, the most important position — starting quarterback — has yet to be determined.
Big Ten Media Days kicked off last Tuesday morning when conference commissioner Kevin Warren and seven of the 14 conference teams, including Indiana, addressed the media.
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Around this time last year, Indiana football fans anxiously awaited the start of one of the program’s most hyped-up seasons in the modern era. Coming in with an AP preseason ranking of No. 17 and key starters returning, many fans guessed that a Rose Bowl appearance was not out of the question.
Indiana women’s golf announced Brian May as its fifth head coach in program history on Tuesday. May spent the past eight years as an assistant coach for the University of Kentucky women’s golf program.
Indiana women’s golf freshman Aine Donegan finished her season at the NCAA Ann Arbor Regional on Wednesday afternoon. The Hoosier standout tied for 32nd by scoring a 226, 13-over par in three rounds of play.
Indiana softball lost its first round matchup of the Big Ten Tournament 2-1 to Penn State in extra innings. The Hoosiers’ loss drops their record to 27-22 and the team now awaits a slim chance at a NCAA Regionals bid.
Indiana softball will face off against No. 7-seeded Penn State in the opening round on Wednesday. The Hoosiers earned the No. 10 seed in the Big Ten Tournament after notching a 10-13 record in Big Ten play.
Indiana softball concluded its home-series finale this weekend with an 11th inning walk-off win over Illinois. The series marked the last time the Hoosiers’ seniors took Andy Mohr Field.
Indiana women’s golf star freshman Aine Donegan earned a bid for an individual spot in the NCAA Regionals. She has been placed in the Ann Arbor Regional.