For a significant part of 2008, Bloomington will get a good look at the future.
Football reporter Lee Hurwitz updates the Hoosiers' week of practice.
Thanks to the legs of junior quarterback Kellen Lewis, the IU football team sprinted ahead of visiting Western Kentucky and never looked back.
The vivid memories of a fan-flooded Memorial Stadium field after IU beat rival Purdue to clinch its first bowl berth since 1993 might seem like they just happened.
No matter how imperfect or seemingly impervious a football team can be,
there will always be questions heading into the team’s season opener
whose answers will dictate success.
Joe’s Bar may be located in Chicago, but its spacious back room Thursday night was all Bloomington for the Windy City’s IU Football Kickoff.
Despite not stepping onto the field, Greg Middleton has already had quite a summer.
The junior defensive end was nominated as one of 36 pass rushers named to the preseason Ted Hendricks Defensive End of the Year Award. Middleton earned honors by being named one of eight finalists for the Hendricks award in 2007.
The College Football Hall of Fame enshrined IU’s all-time leading rusher Anthony Thompson on Saturday night at a ceremony in South Bend. Thompson was among 16 players and four coaches receiving the honor.
Workers began laying down new turf Wednesday at Memorial Stadium just weeks after flooding made the previous field unplayable.
Junior linebacker Will Patterson remembers the first time he met IU quarterback Ben Chappell.
Junior quarterback Kellen Lewis will be reinstated and will report with the team when training camp opens August 4, said IU head football coach Bill Lynch in a press release Monday
The IU Athletic Department announced individual tickets will go on sale July 15.
Neither nervous nor annoyed after falling lower than he was projected in the 2008 NFL Draft, Tracy Porter simply waited for a life-changing phone call. With the 40th pick, the New Orleans Saints offered him the chance to play at home.
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EXCLUSIVE AUDIO: Post-draft interview with Tracy Porter
The NFL Draft, a day rapidly becoming one of the most popular for sports fans, is this weekend, and two former Hoosiers expect to have a prominent role in the opening day of the draft.
Listen to this week's edition of the "That's What He Said" podcast to hear IDS sports editors Matt Dollinger and Lee Hurwitz interview former IU cornerback Tracy Porter as he gets ready for the NFL draft.
PODCAST: That's What He Said
When practice for the IU football team came to a close Wednesday night, apparently nobody told Tracy Porter it was over. Even if someone had, chances are the senior cornerback would have stayed out on the field. After the rest of the team left practice, Porter remained to work with junior wide receiver James Hardy and sophomore quarterback Kellen Lewis in preparation for Saturday night’s opener against the Indiana State Sycamores at Memorial Stadium.