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Spartan Football Essentials: Strained And Stressed, But Still Undefeated

MSU looked a bit run-stubborn during the first few drives. Indiana controlled the line of scrimmage early, and held control most of the day. Tom Allen learned from Nebraska’s success slowing the MSU Offense, and held the Spartan Offense to only 13-points for the day. Indiana did a good job trying to force Kenneth Walker to run between the tackles, and MSU’s Offense was a bit slow to adjust. The numbers at Halftime were a lot more about Indiana that they were about Michigan State. MSU had just 57-yards of Offense at the Half, running the ball about a dozen times for 22 yards.
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Indiana football hoping for a back to full strength defense against MSU’s top-15 offense

Indiana will need all hands on deck Saturday if it wants to slow a Michigan State offense ranked No. 15 in the country and averaging 37 points per game. The Hoosiers have been dealing with a number of injuries early in the season on the defensive side of the ball, particularly in the secondary. Both starting safeties have missed time as have the top four cornerbacks.
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Indiana Opens As 3.5-Point Underdog To Michigan State

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — What a difference a year makes. In 2020, Indiana cruised to a 24-0 victory over Michigan State in East Lansing, and the Hoosiers made it look easy. Oddsmakers are expected a different result when the two teams get together on Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Michigan State is...
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'I just went numb.' IU's Monster, Devon Matthews, reflects on hit that put him in hospital

BLOOMINGTON – Devon Matthews looks back at the hit that sent him to an Iowa City hospital for Labor Day weekend and can't think of anything he did wrong. "When I look back on film, it was just regular contact," Indiana's senior All-Big Ten safety said Tuesday. "I didn't dip my head or anything. I just went in with my shoulder... It was probably just the compacting, because there were so many people. There was one person (on one side of my shoulder) and one person here (on the other side) and one that came up right here (head on.)"
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WINS FOR INDIANA VOLLEYBALL, JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL

Indiana’s girls beat Penn Hills, 3-0, on the road. Emily Madey had 21 assists and eight digs. Audrey Josephson had 13 assists and three digs. Abbie Huey and Maycie Lorelli each had 11 kills. Mia Ciocca had eight kills and six digs. Lizzy Lubold had 10 digs, four kills, and three blocks. Alex Ball and Julia Runge had 10 digs and nine digs, respectively. JV also won their match, 2-0.
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2021 Indiana Football Digest Insider - Week Eight

The pairings for the 49th annual IHSAA football state tournament can be found on www.ihsaa.org. John Glenn will officially change the football field's name to Hostrawser Field to honor former coach John Hostrawser, who was in charge from 1972 to 1984 and is second all-time with 47 wins. With its...
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IU football's schedule is among country's toughest. What's left of it isn't much easier.

There was always a good chance Indiana’s front-loaded schedule could lead to the Hoosiers having a tough start to their most-anticipated season in half a century. It just wasn’t supposed to be this tough, and the last seven games of the schedule appeared to include enough very winnable games for the Hoosiers to be able to get right in October and November and easily secure a third-straight bowl bid.
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