After Indiana’s 28-10 win on Saturday, head coach Kevin Wilson announced that Chris Covington has moved from linebacker to quarterback. Covington was a 2-star athlete out of Raby in Chicago, IL, he started camp at linebacker but Wilson started moving him around. Covington was a late addition to the Hoosiers 2014 recruiting class.Read More
Written By Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)
All sports are predicated on statistics and numbers, especially football. The Indiana Hoosiers put up some very impressive numbers in their 28-10 victory over the Indiana State Sycamores. Let’s dive into some of those numbers and see what they mean.
455- The number of rushing yards the Hoosiers gained in the game. This came on 69 carries. 455 yards are a new Memorial Stadium record.
566- The total amount of yards gained by the Hoosiers offense. It was the eighth time under Kevin Wilson that the Hoosiers surpassed the 500-yard threshold.
11- True freshman made their debut for the Hoosiers. Kevin Wilson has never been afraid to play the young guys.
30- Rushing yards given up by a stout Hoosier defense. This marks the lowest rushing total from an opponent since the Hoosiers defeated Western Michigan in 2009.
170- Total yards given up by the Hoosiers, the lowest since a win over Murray State in 2008.
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.
Non-conference scheduling is a hot topic in college football right and the Indiana Hoosiers are right in the thick of it. We have seen Kevin Wilson tweet out the department’s phone number when the SEC proposed a rule that at least one game a year should be against a “Big 5” conference opponent and Yahoo! Sports’ Pat Forde took a shot at IU.Read More
The 2014 Indiana Hoosier football team will have to deal with many new faces and changes. There will be new coaches on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball as well as a new direction on special teams. All this will surely bring about new challenges and hopefully much success. While personnel changes on the coaching staff will be a focus for Hoosier head coach Kevin Wilson, the largest focus for the Hoosiers will be adjustments on the field.Read More
Indiana has hired Air Force assistant Brian Knorr to be the new defensive coordinator for the 2014 season. Knorr spent the last eight seasons as the Wake Forest defensive coordinator and joined Air Force in the offseason.Read More
We all knew this day was coming. Some thought it would be sooner than six weeks after the Hoosiers captured the Old Oaken Bucket. Kevin Wilson announced this afternoon that defensive coordinator Doug Mallory, son of legendary coach Bill Mallory, and defensive line coach Jon Fabris would not return to coach in 2014.Read More