Hoosiers Must Change Offense to Get Coleman the Ball More

Hoosiers Must Change Offense to Get Coleman the Ball More

Football, like any sport, is a game where adjustments need to be made in order to be successful. This is particularly the case for a team like the Indiana Hoosiers who suffered the trauma of losing their starting quarterback. The Hoosiers came into the game against Michigan last Saturday having thrown the ball 179 times in six games. While they have featured the run more in the 2014 season with all-American candidate Tevin Coleman, head coach Kevin Wilson is stubborn about changing who they are. Well, coach it is time to start running the ball more often.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Week 8: IU vs. MSU

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Week 8: IU vs. MSU

Hoosier fans have gotten a taste of what life may be like for the rest of the 2014 football season without the services of quarterback Nate Sudfeld on Saturday afternoon. Hopefully, for the sake of the program Indiana can find a way to expedite Zander Diamont’s development during the open week this week. However, before we leave the Michigan State in the past, let’s go over the good, the bad, and the ugly.

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Game Wrap and Reaction: Indiana vs. Michigan State

Game Wrap and Reaction: Indiana vs. Michigan State

Opponent: Michigan State Spartans

Location: Saturday October 18th /3:30pm/ Memorial Stadium/ (Bloomington, IN

Why They Played:  The Hoosiers and Spartans will now meet every year and battle for the Old Brass Spittoon, which should really help this trophy game gain some traction at the two schools.  

What The Game Meant:

In the span of less than a week the narrative of this game went from maybe the Hoosiers can give them a game at home to hoping the Hoosiers may score a touchdown. After the injury to Nate Sudfeld and the announcement that his back up Chris Covington partially tore his ACL, the Hoosiers looked like they did in 2011. 

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Three & Out Defense: Week 8 vs. Michigan State

Three & Out Defense: Week 8 vs. Michigan State

The Indiana Hoosiers face off against the Michigan State Spartans in a homecoming clash for the Old Brass Spittoon. The Spartan offense comes into the game averaging a very un-Spartanlike 45.5 points per game. The Hoosiers will have their work cut out for them as they try to beat the Spartans for the first time since 2006. If Indiana wants to accomplish this feat the Hoosier defense will have to try and do these three things:

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Three & Out Offense: Week 8 vs. Michigan State

Three & Out Offense: Week 8 vs. Michigan State

It is homecoming this weekend in Bloomington and the leaves are changing. The Spartans of Michigan State come to town as the sixth ranked team in the nation and will face off the 3-3 Hoosiers for the Old Brass Spittoon. It has been a rough week in Hoosier Nation with the announcements that starting quarterback Nate Sudfeld is out for the year and his backup Chris Covington is likely out for this week. This leaves the offense in the hands of a former male model from California who has yet to take a snap in his college career. That guy is true freshman Zander Diamont, who won Los Angeles City Player of the Year and threw for 47 touchdowns in his senior year of high school. So what does this offense have to do to pull the most unlikely of upsets on this Hoosier homecoming weekend?

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