The Indiana Hoosiers enter 2014 at a crossroad. IU has increased their win total in each of head coach Kevin Wilson’s years on the sidelines, and he has brought in the two best recruiting classes in Hoosier football history, yet he has only won 10 games in his tenure. The next step for this program has to be a sixth win and a bowl game, however this is a much different team than the one that went 5-7 (3-5).Read More
The Hoosiers added some much needed quarterback depth Wednesday as they inked QB Danny Cameron starting immediately in the 2014 season. Cameron, out of Baton Rouge, LA, is the son of former Hoosier head coach Cam CameronRead More
The Indiana football program lost four more players today as Kevin Wilson announced that Cam Coffman has decided to transfer to a different school, while defensive end John Laihinen and corner back Brian Williams have chosen to graduate and forego their final season of eligibility. Sophomore linebacker and former Warren Central standout Jordan Wallace has left the program after not appearing in a game in 2013Read More
Welcome to the inaugural Indiana Stock Market Report. While the Hoosier brand is not one of the gold standards in college football, we feel as if it is one that you can buy low on at the start of the season and see it pay out strong by the end of the season. With a diversified portfolio ranging from platinum level offense to a penny stock defense, we feel Indiana football should be a strong “buy” throughout the fall and winter months. This is largely due to the diversified portfolio, which we have developed for you, our savvy Hoosier Stock Market investor.
In 2012 the Indiana Hoosiers were a below average team, who displayed flashes of potential. I believe the most frustrating thing for IU fans was to watch competent offensive performances be completely wasted by a defense that was barley MAC-worthy.
While the Hoosiers were able to pull out a victory in week one, we saw much of the same in their home opener on Thursday night. A monstrous offensive output, combined with a lackluster defensive performance. While not the same team as last year, there were still plenty of reasons to be concerned moving forward.
Even though we saw a 38-point victory, while witnessing some very encouraging things, we also saw some things that could go from that didn’t look great, to holy crap that’s a big freakin’ problem, in the coming weeks.
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Last week we continued our look ahead at the 2013 season by asking the first set of questions regarding the Hoosiers entering the season. Today we will be taking a look at the five most pressing questions hovering over the program as camp opens up.
5. Will all of those yards on offense actually lead to points on the board in 2013?
We all know that Indiana has had a dynamic offense; it has been the case for quite some time. Even before the days of Kevin Wilson roaming the sidelines the Hoosiers had no trouble moving the ball up and down the field. However, last year there was a big problem…Points!Read More
Welcome back to our 2012 throwback series. This is the fourth installment of our look back at the 2012 Indiana Hoosier football season. Today we are reviewing the Hoosiers Big Ten ten opener on the road against Northwestern. This game was the tale of two halves, which would come to be a common theme throughout the 2012 conference slate for Indiana. The Hoosiers had no answer for the Wildcats' do-everything star, Kain Colter. The offensive star propelled Northwestern to a 44-29 victory, handing the Hoosiers a loss in their conference opener while dropping them to 2-2 on the year.
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There are only 42 days until the 2013 college football season kicks off. Earlier this week we began to take our look ahead at the 2013 Hoosier schedule when we broke down their Week One matchup against Indiana State. This week we jump ahead nine days and set our sights on Week Two when the Navy Midshipmen travel to Indiana to take on the Hoosiers.Read More