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The bowl drought will continue in 2014 for Indiana football. That much appears evident after a 56-17 drubbing at the hands of Michigan State Saturday afternoon in Bloomington. Heading into a needed off week, the Hoosiers stand at 3-4 on the season, needing to find three more...
If every Saturday needs a theme in college football, we've got one for this week in the Hoosier state. It's Opportunity Saturday. For Notre Dame, the Irish have the chance to justify their ranking and newfound status in the conversation about the first ever College Football...
The NFL today announced that Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee has been named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for September. This marks the first time he has earned the award in his career. Through the first four games of the season, McAfee leads the NFL in net...
Butler fans likely have had their fill of sudden coaching changes over the last two years. They'll have to deal with another one for an undetermined period of time. Brandon Miller will be taking a leave of absence due to medical reasons as stated in a university press release...
Purdue was looking for a sweep this year against directional schools. They'd gladly settle for best two-out-of-three at this point. Southern Illinois pays Ross-Ade a visit as the Boilers play their final non-league tilt for 2014. Avoiding embarrassment has been the exact...
Rumors of the demise of Notre Dame football were apparently greatly exaggerated. Two games in, the Irish have outscored Rice and Michigan by a combined total of 79-17. Smacking down Rice was to be expected, but punishing Michigan by a 31-0 margin last Saturday night in prime...
Consider this your scouting report on speed. It's the one thing to look for from your favorite Indiana collegiate team for Saturday's game. With Indiana already getting a weekend off, here are three things to watch from three games tomorrow. Notre Dame v. Michigan: Can Golson...
I cringed at writing an Indiana basketball article after the football team just completed its first week of the season. Then again, in the press box and on the scoreboard during the game, it was announced that Hoosier Hysteria would be held on October 25th. Conversation about a...
Purdue and Indiana combined to run for 681 yards in season-opening victories on Saturday. You would have thought that Anthony Thompson and Mike Alstott were back on campus and in uniform for each team. Indiana ran the ball 69 times for 455 yards in downing Indiana State 28-10...