With two consecutive losing seasons under its belt, Indiana football has turned to the offseason. For the team, that means potentially restructuring the offense, gearing it toward a mobile quarterback such as junior Dexter Williams II.
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For the first time all season, everything was going right for Indiana football. It took two plays to score a touchdown on the first drive, and it was driving on the second, threatening to go up two scores on Purdue.
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Indiana football never should have dragged Saturday’s game into overtime. It was lucky to come back from a 17-point halftime deficit, and luckier to survive Michigan State’s last-second field goal attempt in regulation.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – So, your season is over. Now what?
Indiana head coach Tom Allen was mum about his team’s quarterback situation heading into Saturday’s game against No. 16 Penn State, refusing to name a starter or rule anyone out.
Indiana football had chances to close out a victory against Maryland on Saturday and return to the win column. But the Hoosiers didn’t take advantage, falling 38-33 in their fourth straight loss.
Indiana football was as close to a complete four-quarter game Saturday against Maryland as it had been all season. In each of its three losses, one quarter was the main difference between a tight victory and a large loss.
New Indiana football offensive line coach Rod Carey is ‘not a miracle worker’, but he’s going to try
Before the news broke Sunday by a press release, Indiana football head coach Tom Allen sat down with his offensive linemen to tell them face-to-face that Darren Hiller was fired.
It felt like a familiar script for Indiana football Saturday, entering halftime tied against a highly-ranked team in Memorial Stadium.
Indiana football quarterback Connor Bazelak was missing his top two receivers last week against Nebraska. When he needed a play, he turned to the team’s remaining receivers.
When Indiana got the ball back towards the beginning of the fourth quarter Saturday, it desperately needed its offense to step up. It trailed by seven after the defense had allowed a 71-yard touchdown pass the previous drive, but it had already come back from a two-score deficit earlier.
Indiana football’s identity becomes murkier with drastically different halves in 45-24 loss to Cincinnati
CINCINNATI -- For three weeks, Indiana football baffled fans with rocky starts and dazzling comebacks, working its way to a 3-0 record.
Indiana football has spent its first three weeks of the season clawing back from behind and putting up improbable comebacks to start the season 3-0. The Hoosiers, who started the season facing programs most assumed it needed to beat to improve on last year’s outlook, now head to Cincinnati for its toughest challenge yet at 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
What started as a football game on Saturday quickly turned into a track meet. It ended as a miracle.
Indiana football knows it got a little lucky to bounce back against Idaho. Tom Allen knows the team needs to focus more headed into Saturday’s matchup against Western Kentucky.
Nothing told the story of Indiana football’s Saturday night better than the student section. With 90 minutes until kickoff in a delayed start against Idaho, the students dutifully filed into Memorial Stadium, living it up in a downpour of rain, soaked with high spirits in a game every Hoosier had circled as a win on the schedule.
There were seven seconds left when junior lineman Beau Robbins beat his man and sacked Illinois quarterback Tommy DeVito.
A new Indiana football season opens Friday against Illinois. Over the past two years, the Hoosiers have seen the highs and lows of college football, and are looking to get back towards the highs in 2022.
Ahead of the 2022 kickoff, The Hoosier Network’s Max Parker sat down with Indiana football head coach Tom Allen to talk about topics ranging from recruiting to character, UCLA and USC to Allen’s starting five on the court. You can go here to watch the full interview, but here are some of our biggest takeaways.
Indiana football fall camp notes: Offensive line changes mentality, QB battle up for grabs, depth chart coming into focus
Offensive line coach Darren Hiller knows Indiana wasn’t physical enough in the trenches last season. It showed up in Indiana football’s offensive production, where both rushing offense and passing offense were in the bottom half of the Big Ten.