If students plan to attend the Oct. 3 game against Ohio State and participate in the dedication of the North End Zone, they have to act fast.
Less than 1,000 student tickets remain and just over 5,000 reserved seats are available for Saturday's contest, slated to kick off at 7 p.m.
A late controversial interception halted an IU drive late in Saturday's game, allowing No. 23 Michigan to eek out a 36-33 victory. IDS football writer Nathan Hart examines the simultaneous catch rule in a Hoosier Hype post. What do you think? Sound off on the Hoosier Hype blog.
In the midst of an exciting Week 4 contest, there was simply a feeling IU would let a victory against the Wolverines slip away.
In the first play of IU’s final drive as the team trailed 36-33, Michigan cornerback Donovan Warren wrestled the ball out of IU wideout Damarlo Belcher’s hands as the two players fell to the ground.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – All the parts were in place for a larger-than-life upset. After IU freshman running back Darius Willis sprinted to an 85-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter, the Hoosiers just needed to make one stop.
On a cloudy Saturday in Ann Arbor, the IU football team looked to make the day a little bit gloomier for Michigan fans, but came up short against the No. 23 Wolverines, losing 33-36.
IU senior linebacker Will Patterson is one of the most tenacious players on the roster – just ask IU senior cornerback Nick Polk.
Do you remember the popular, rich and physically superior bully that pushed you around through your grade school days? If you do, then you understand how the IU football team feels when they play the University of Michigan.
SOUTH BEND — The College Football Hall of Fame, which never managed to attract the number of visitors its organizers hoped for after moving it to South Bend in 1995, is being moved to Atlanta to bring it more exposure, organizers told the city.
Battling back from an ACL injury, IU senior safety Austin Thomas worked each day this off-season to return to peak condition. It showed Saturday when Thomas intercepted Akron quarterback Matt Rodgers twice en route to a 38-21 win against the Zips.Thomas was not the only defensive player who made a significant impact for the IU defense.
Not that the 17-14 halftime lead was disappointing for the Hoosiers, but IU’s 21 second-half points were the Hoosiers’ most post-halftime points since its win against Murray State last September.
Ray Fisher, the Hoosiers’ senior wide receiver-turned-cornerback, is earning high praise from the coaching staff after leading IU in tackles in its first two games.