2019 Indiana Football Positional Preview: Specialists

2019 Indiana Football Positional Preview: Specialists

Written by Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)

The 2018 Indiana Hoosiers special teams unit had its highs (J-Shun Harris and Logan Justus) and lows (kickoff coverage and kick return). In 2019, the Hoosiers need to have a more consistent performance on special teams if they want to be playing football in December. They have the pieces to do so, but the execution has to be there. Here is what Indiana’s special teams will probably look like in 2019.

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First Glance: Hoosiers will Look for Some Senior Day Magic as They Host Michigan on Senior Day

First Glance: Hoosiers will Look for Some Senior Day Magic as They Host Michigan on Senior Day

Written by T.J. Inman (@TJHoosierHuddle)

Week Thirteen Preview: Michigan Wolverines

The penultimate game of the 2019 regular season sees the Indiana Hoosiers host the Michigan Wolverines. IU has been oh so close to finally knocking off Michigan in the recent past but they have not actually beaten the Maize and Blue since 1987 (a 14-10 triumph in Bloomington). The Wolverines have won 22 in a row in the series. This game comes right before gigantic rivalry games for both schools and it’s impossible to tell what all will be on the line for either side when November 23 rolls around.

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Countdown to IUFB Kickoff: 15 Days (Nick Westbrook)

Countdown to IUFB Kickoff: 15 Days (Nick Westbrook)

Written by T.J. Inman (@TJHoosierHuddle)

2019 Countdown - #15

Name – Nick Westbrook

Position – Wide Receiver (Redshirt Senior)

Hometown – Lake Mary, FL (Lake Mary High School)

Height – 6’3”

Weight – 216 pounds

The 2019 Hoosier Huddle Countdown has rolled along and the season is now in sight. In only 15 days, the Indiana Hoosiers will take the field against the Ball State Cardinals and begin the 2019 season. Today’s countdown feature focuses on IU’s number one wide receiver, fifth-year wideout Nick Westbrook.

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2019 Indiana Football Position Preview: Defensive Line

2019 Indiana Football Position Preview: Defensive Line

Written by Evan McShane (@veryreasonable)

The Hoosiers return plenty of experience on the defensive line, but beyond the frontline there will be some questions about IU’s depth that need answered. Seniors Allen Stallings and Gavin Everett are set to anchor the defensive end spots. Stallings tied for the team lead in quarterback hurries last season while collecting two sacks, six tackles for loss, and a forced fumble. Everett started 11 games last year and was the IU defensive player of the week against Michigan. Together, Stallings and Everett hope to make the most of their senior season.

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First Sights and Scenes From the Terry Tallen Football Complex

First Sights and Scenes From the Terry Tallen Football Complex

The Indiana Hoosiers opened up the Terry Tallen Football Complex for the first time Tuesday evening.

According to a release from the Indiana University Athletic Department from April 2018 “The Terry Tallen Indiana Football Complex will fill 25,000+ square feet underneath the west stands of Memorial Stadium. The complex will include the Trent and Julie Green Locker Room (named in 2003), coaches' locker room, team lounge, recruiting area, equipment room and Dr. John M. Miller Training Room (named in 1994).”

Here is a collection of social media posts from tonight’s unveiling:



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2019 Indiana Football Fall Camp Report: August 13th

2019 Indiana Football Fall Camp Report: August 13th

Written by Andrew Walker

In the midst of an overcast and dreary day, the Indiana Hoosiers were anything but. Energy was extremely high today and both sides of the ball excelled. The defense was as fast as they usually are, if not faster. The offense had their highlights and low points as well, partly due to OC Kalen DeBoer implementing some new plays into the offense. QBs and receivers were having a tough time trying to connect on a few new plays, most notably Mike Penix. He ended up overthrowing some passes on consecutive plays while Ramsey and Tuttle seemed to connect effectively. 

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