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Friday, April 19
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The Indiana Daily Student

IU football's defense focuses on another mobile QB

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On Saturday at Memorial Stadium, this season’s repeating trend of ambulatory, versatile quarterbacks serving as the center of attention for the IU defense continues — a case that’s becoming more regular in college football.


The Indiana Daily Student

Column: Homecoming game could make or break season

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Saturday’s Homecoming contest with Arkansas State is a make-or-break moment for IU. Win and the Hoosiers are back on the right track, only two games from bowl eligibility. Lose and it becomes a lost season.






Football v. Ohio State

IU offense struggles all day

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The Hoosiers  gained just 68 first-half yards on 29 plays against Ohio State — by far their worst offensive first half output this season.



Football v. Ohio State

Pryor has career day against IU defense

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Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor threw for a career-high in yards to lead now-No. 1 Ohio State (6-0, 2-0) to a 38-10 win against the Hoosiers (3-2, 0-2) on Saturday at Ohio Stadium.


Football v. Ohio

Ohio State defeats IU, 38-10

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Agile quarterback Terrelle Pryor and the rest of the second-ranked Buckeyes (6-0, 2-0) had a first-half field day on the IU (3-2, 0-2) defense in a 38-10 win, scoring 31 points before the break.




The Indiana Daily Student

Special teams player makes impact on, off football field

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The Hoosiers’ defense forces a three-and-out and another punt. No. 39 runs back out on the field, ready to break through the line yet again. This could be the one that changes the game. This is the life of No. 39 — this is the life of Brandon McGhee.