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Frustrating Afternoon is Nothing New

Another year, another missed opportunity. Over the past number of seasons, Indiana football has given fans reason for optimism, only to let them down, losing a winnable game. Since 2012, games such as Ball State, at Navy, and vs. Minnesota come to mind first. Indiana’s 37-15 loss to Maryland on Saturday was no different. After […]

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No offense, but that was offensive.

Yes, the title is a double entendre. On a late September Saturday afternoon that left fans with sun-burnt cheeks and crushed hopes for the 2014 IU football campaign, one can argue that the Hoosiers didn’t disappoint their fans; disappointment has been (and apparently still is) the norm at Memorial Stadium. Same. Old. Hoosiers. Coming off […]

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The Starting Five: Historic Win Brings Hope

In the latest edition of The Starting Five, IUSportCom editors Will Chukerman, Sean Nash, Brian Fox, Quinn Saturday, and Jon Baron discuss everything surrounding Indiana’s surprising victory over Missouri and also look ahead to their Big Ten opener against Maryland.   I think it’s safe to say none of us expected Indiana to beat Missouri […]

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Tegray Scales, T.J. Simmons, and Mark Murphy Meet the Media

Monday afternoon, Big Ten Co-Freshman of the week, Tegray Scales, T.J. Simmons, and Mark Murphy all met the media to discuss the victory over Missouri and look ahead to Maryland. Hear what they had to say with the files below.

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27 Years in the Making

Indiana football defeated a ranked opponent on the road for the first time since 1987. The Hoosiers accredited their victory against Missouri to their ability to play as a team. Allie Hausfeld reports from Faurot Field in Columbia, Missouri.  


 
 

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Premier League Recap – Week 6

Posted  September 29, 2014  by  Scott Stewart

In what looked a promising weekend, PL watchers were disappointed by a lack of drama in both the Merseyside and London derbies. Fortunately, action elsewhere around the league led to another generally thrilling weekend. To recap: Liverpool 1-1 Everton In a classic matchup, Liverpool hosted Everton and the Reds new signings were prevalent in this […]

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Frustrating Afternoon is Nothing New

Posted  September 27, 2014  by  William Chukerman

Another year, another missed opportunity. Over the past number of seasons, Indiana football has given fans reason for optimism, only to let them down, losing a winnable game. Since 2012, games such as Ball State, at Navy, and vs. Minnesota come to mind first. Indiana’s 37-15 loss to Maryland on Saturday was no different. After […]

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No offense, but that was offensive.

Posted  September 27, 2014  by  Jonathan Baron

Yes, the title is a double entendre. On a late September Saturday afternoon that left fans with sun-burnt cheeks and crushed hopes for the 2014 IU football campaign, one can argue that the Hoosiers didn’t disappoint their fans; disappointment has been (and apparently still is) the norm at Memorial Stadium. Same. Old. Hoosiers. Coming off […]

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Premier League Preview – Week 6

Posted  September 25, 2014  by  Scott Stewart

It was a wacky weekend for week 5 and one that saw Man United and Liverpool fall to lesser opposition, while Arsenal handled Villa and Manchester City and Chelsea drew each other despite controversy. There would be more details, but that same weekend featured me breaking my hand and typing with one as a result. […]

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GAME RECAP – #17 Indiana Hoosiers knock off the struggling UCF Knights

Posted  September 25, 2014  by  Scott Stewart

Coming off a fantastic 2-1 win over Rutgers, their first of the B1G season, the Hoosiers hosted the UCF Knights at home on Tuesday, the 24th. The Knights, led by front man Romario Williams, came into Bill Armstrong riding a rough record having won just one of their six matches.   It was a breezy […]

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The Starting Five: Historic Win Brings Hope

Posted  September 24, 2014  by  William Chukerman

In the latest edition of The Starting Five, IUSportCom editors Will Chukerman, Sean Nash, Brian Fox, Quinn Saturday, and Jon Baron discuss everything surrounding Indiana’s surprising victory over Missouri and also look ahead to their Big Ten opener against Maryland.   I think it’s safe to say none of us expected Indiana to beat Missouri […]

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Tegray Scales, T.J. Simmons, and Mark Murphy Meet the Media

Posted  September 22, 2014  by  William Chukerman

Monday afternoon, Big Ten Co-Freshman of the week, Tegray Scales, T.J. Simmons, and Mark Murphy all met the media to discuss the victory over Missouri and look ahead to Maryland. Hear what they had to say with the files below.

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27 Years in the Making

Posted  September 22, 2014  by  Allie Hausfeld

Indiana football defeated a ranked opponent on the road for the first time since 1987. The Hoosiers accredited their victory against Missouri to their ability to play as a team. Allie Hausfeld reports from Faurot Field in Columbia, Missouri.  

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Defense Shines in Historic Victory

Posted  September 21, 2014  by  William Chukerman

After their week one victory over Indiana State, Bobby Richardson said the following. “As we really start blitzing, really just start letting loose, you’ll see an amazing sight.” In their 31-27 upset over #18 Missouri, we saw what he was talking about. The defense definitely took a step back against Bowling Green, there’s no doubt […]

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