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The Indiana Daily Student

Hoosiers' crystal ball hazy

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Fresh off a more than disappointing 4-8 season, the Hoosiers can officially pack up 2009 and prepare to unfurl 2010. Returning next season are the figure heads of IU football in junior quarterback Ben Chappell, sophomore wide receiver Tandon Doss, and, of course, IU coach Bill Lynch. But past that, the Hoosiers will enter their first season this decade with questions all around the board.






Hoosiers show glimpses of past and future in loss

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The 2009 Hoosiers preached from August to November about the changes in the program and about how they were going to make football relevant at IU. In a 38-21 loss to Purdue, that progress was hard to find.


IU-Purdue Football

Purdue wins bucket game 38-21

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Joey Elliott threw a career-high four touchdown passes to help Purdue beat Indiana 38-21 on Saturday and retain the Old Oaken Bucket.


IU-Purdue Football

IU-Purdue bucket game live chat

Join a live discussion today as IU takes on Purdue in the Old Oaken Bucket game. Kickoff is at 3:30 p.m. Click here for a live chat of the game.


2007 Oaken Bucket

IU to play rival Purdue for Bucket

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The 4-7 record for both IU and Purdue is not the only thing they have in common as they prepare for the game at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in Bloomington. Playing for pride is simply the most obvious.








IU/EKU

Football game attendance highest since 1992

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With more than 40,000 tickets already sold for this week’s Old Oaken Bucket game against Purdue, IU will exceed a 40,000 average game attendance for the first time since 1992.



The Indiana Daily Student

Second half plagues Hoosiers

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IU lost to Penn State 31-20 in State College, Pa., and fell to 4-7 on the season. The defeat eliminates any chance of a bowl game berth for IU.


The Indiana Daily Student

Unwritten rules tested in Hoosier loss

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As if football wasn’t a complex enough game with the rules in the book, the unwritten rules – generally accepted ways of the game – come into play throughout an entire contest.