One week following another annual victory over Ball State in last week’s opener, Indiana came home to take on another should-be-easy opponent in Eastern Illinois and things got started early for Indiana as Freshman QB Michael Penix Jr. hit fellow Freshman WR Miles Marshall for a 10-yard TD to give
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Lucas Oil Stadium- Indianapolis,IN
Indiana University beats Ball State University 34 to 24 as the college football season kicks off. Ball State "hosted" Indiana for their season opener and I say "hosted" because the game was held in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indy but all branding on
Indiana looked all but out of the game mid-way through the 2nd half of today's Big Ten Tournament game, being down by 20 points. Then it was like Indiana finally realized that they needed to not only win this game but might have to reach the semi-finals to just
Indianapolis, IN - The Hoosiers hoped for a repeat of a few weeks ago when they toppled the tough Iowa Hawkeyes, and they had the momentum and confidence to do it coming into this 3rd round game tonight.
At the tip, Iowa made their gameplan known by moving the ball
Indianapolis, IN - The last time these 2 played IU lost a tough one to the Gophers 65-61 back in early February. Hoosiers were looking not to have history repeat itself.
IU came out strong and went on a 6-0 run to start the game. Patburg and Marchese really worked the
Bloomington, IN - Both Purdue and Indiana University come in today fighting for position in the BIG 10 tournament, while closing out their regular seasons. Right now Indiana sits at #11 and Purdue sits at #10. A win for Indiana today would tie them up with Purdue but not much
It’s been an up-and-down season for the Indiana Hoosier women. They started the season red hot, taking down ranked Michigan State and finding their way into the Top 25 Rankings.
From then on, they would win some and lose some but still played strong in each game, pushing the opposing
Coming into Monday night’s game vs. No. 23 Rutgers, the Indiana Hoosier women had lost three straight games and were looking to get back on track with their star PG Ali Patberg still on the sidelines recovering from injury.
Needless to say, this was a must-win for the Hoosiers and they
Indiana men fell to Iowa last night 77-72, snapping a three-game Hoosier win streak vs. the Hawkeyes.
Iowa had three players in double-figures on the night with Jordan Bohannon (25) and the final 11 points for the team, Tyler Cook (21), and Joe Wieskamp (13). Cook and Bohannon each reached
Bloomington, IN - Hoosiers come back to Assembly Hall after losing their last two games, and just struggling to seal the deal at the end in close losses to Rutgers, and Nebraska. Meanwhile, the Golden Gophers came in tonight hot winning their last two games against Northwestern and Rutgers convincingly.