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Big Ten Media Days Notes

Written By Sammy Jacobs (@sammyj108)

Here are some news and notes regarding Indiana during Media Days

1. In the battle for the backup quarterback role Nate Boudreau is listed at number two and Zander Diamont is third on the depth chart.

2. Danny Friend is listed as the starting tight end.

3. Dominique Booth is listed as Shane Wynn’s back up

4. Rashard Fant is listed as the back up to Michael Hunter at right corner. 

Live Blog: 2014 Media Days

Live Blog 2014 Big Ten Media Days
 

What to Look for as a Hoosier Fan during Big Ten Media Days

What to Look for as a Hoosier Fan during Big Ten Media Days

It’s that time of year again. July is coming to a close and there is just a small hint of college football in the air. That’s right it is time for Big Ten Media Days in Chicago! For me this is when the season is really just around the corner. So Hoosier fans, here is a little summer reading that can be done at the beach, lake, or where your summer fun takes you. Let’s look into some questions facing the Hoosier football team heading into media days.

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Hoosiers Announce Series with Bearcats

Hoosiers Announce Series with Bearcats

Indiana Athletics announced Wednesday that the Hoosiers would renew their football series with the University of Cincinnati Bearcats with a home-and-home deal that will be played in 2021 and 2022. The Hoosiers will host the Bearcats on September 18th, 2021 and will travel to the Queen City for the game at UC on September 24th, 2022. 

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2014 Preview: Week 10 Michigan Wolverines

2014 Preview: Week 10 Michigan Wolverines

The Hoosiers receive their second bye week in Week 9 in 2014. Week 10 takes them on a trip to Michigan to face the Wolverines. The matchup last season was as an explosive and high scoring game as we have seen in a very long time. The Hoosiers came out of the short end of the stick however. This year Indiana returns to the Big House on a mission to beat the boys in Maize and Blue for just the second time since 1967.

Week 10: Michigan Wolverines

Time & Date: 3:30 pm EST, Saturday, Nov. 1st

Venue: Michigan Stadium (Ann Arbor, MI)

TV: TBA

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2014 Season Preview: Quarterbacks

2014 Season Preview: Quarterbacks

We continue our position preview by looking at a position that has come under much scrutiny in the last 12 months. The quarterbacks.

The Indiana Hoosiers have finally figured out who their starting quarterback will be in 2014. That man is Nate Sudfeld. Coach Kevin Wilson had the choice made for him after both Cam Coffman (winter) and Tre Roberson (summer) transferred from the program. The Hoosiers are officially Nate Sudfeld’s team, however there are issues about the depth at a position that just a year ago was loaded.

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Throw Back Thursday: 2013 Week 8 Indiana vs. Michigan

Throw Back Thursday: 2013 Week 8 Indiana vs. Michigan

In one if the more exciting Big Ten games of 2013 the Hoosiers and Wolverines matched up in what would become a shoot out in Ann Arbor.

OpponentMichigan Wolverines

LocationSaturday October 19th  /3:30pm/ Michigan Stadium/ (Ann ArborMichigan

Why They Played:  The Hoosiers and the Wolverines faced off for the first time since 2010 and for the 62nd time all-time.  Michigan leads the series 52-9 coming into today’s game. 

What The Game Meant:

Indiana had a chance to end a 16 game losing streak against the Wolverines and to climb back over .500 both overall and in Big Ten play. 

 

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Indiana vs. Indiana State will Kickoff at Noon on August 30th

Written By Sammy Jacobs (@sammyj108)

We finally have a time of day to look forward to for the kickoff of the 2014 season. The Big Ten Conference announced that the Hoosiers will kick off against the Sycamores at Noon on Saturday August 30th on Wednesday. The game will be televised on ESPNews.

The Hoosiers will also play on ESPNU when they travel to face Bowling Green on September 13th.

2014 Season Preview: Running Backs

2014 Season Preview: Running Backs

As fall camp draws closer and regular season college football crawls ever so near, we will to preview every position group on the 2014 Indiana Hoosier football team. First up are the Hoosier running backs.

 

The 2013 Indiana offense got its reputation as a pass heavy attack, however they did average over 200 yards a game on the ground. This season, with the departures of four major pass catchers, the Hoosiers could become even more reliant on the run. This is not a bad thing either. The Hoosiers have a bevy or talented running backs headlined by junior Tevin Coleman, but there is talent behind him in D’Angelo Roberts and the speedy Laray Smith. Let’s get down to each individual to see what he brings to the Hoosier backfield.

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