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The Indiana Daily Student

Hoosiers fall out of bowl contention

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The story is all too familiar for IU football this season: an early lead, a failure to capitalize on opportunities and a second-half struggle. Saturday’s game against Penn State was no different.


Indiana Daily Student

IU bowl hopes slip away at Penn State

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The story is all too familiar for IU football this season: an early lead, a failure to capitalize on opportunities and a second-half struggle. Saturday’s game against Penn State was no different.


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IU begins 2-game, single-elimination season

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The terms “must-win,” “do or die” and “win or go home” will have their place in every preview of Saturday’s game, but they aren’t points of emphasis within the Memorial Stadium walls.


IU-Wisconsin Football

Wide receivers continue to improve

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Late in the second quarter against Wisconsin, IU’s offense was struggling with only 55 yards the entire half. So it turned to a group that’s paced the offense all season – the wide receivers.


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BCS on track to do its usual

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The Bowl Championship Series is going to oust deserving teams again, and this time there is a possibility that the damage might extend to multiple schools.





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IU football loses 31-28 to Wisconsin

After two weeks of giving up leads in the fourth quarter, IU played the comeback role today. But it wasn’t enough.


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IU loses to No. 24 Wisconsin 31-28

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A main issue plaguing IU this season has been a lack of production in the fourth quarter. But despite scoring 14 points in the final period against Wisconsin, it was still not enough to earn the victory.






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IU fails to handle adversity again

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In a 42-24 loss at Iowa, the Hoosiers, for the second consecutive week, saw a comfortable lead disappear and a previously dominated game lost. Again, the game featured an unstoppable IU team in the first half and a group of patsies in the second.




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Hoosiers unravel, lose to Iowa 42-24

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IOWA CITY, Iowa — Heading into halftime, IU held a 21-7 lead against the undefeated No. 7 Iowa Hawkeyes. The Hoosiers were poised to pull off the biggest win of their season. But then they played the second half.


Football

Hoosiers face Big Ten’s best defense

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The Hawkeyes (8-0) are led by a veteran defense that is among the nation’s best. This season, Iowa is top-20 in the country for total defense, passing defense, scoring defense and turnovers gained. It also leads Bowl Championship Series teams in interceptions with 15 on the year.