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
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.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
In a release by Indiana Athletics this afternoon, Kevin Wilson announced that junior quarterback Tre Roberson will transfer prior to the 2014 season. To say this is a shock would be an understatement. In the release on IUHoosiers.com Wilson says "We appreciate and thank Tre for his contributions to our football program both on and off the field, he is an outstanding player and a great young man. We wish him well as he moves forward with his career."Read More
Expectations can be a funny thing. They can either ignite a fire under a fan base or drive them away like a plague. This will be a very different Indiana football team that takes the field on August 30th against Indiana State. Gone are both coordinators. Defensive boss Doug Mallory was fired in January and replaced with Brian Knorr, while offensive Coordinator Seth Littrel left Bloomington for Chapel Hill. The offense should not look too different scheme wise as Kevin Wilson promoted from within as Kevin Johns now takes the reigns. However the Hoosiers lose a multitude of talent as they lose four 1,000-yard receivers in Kofi Hughes, Cody Latimer, Duwyce Wilson, and Ted Bolser and their second string running back in Stephen Houston.Read More
Welcome to the Cream and Crimson Game edition of our Three and Out Series. This will be a little different from our usual set up where we give our keys to victory. Instead, we are going to give you things to watch on each side of the ball. We will start with the offense. Sit back and enjoy, as this will be the last of IU Football we see on the field until August.Read More
Welcome to the first ever Hoosier Huddle Mailbag. Every couple of weeks we will be collecting questions from Hoosier fans all over the country (maybe even the world) and answering them on our blog. So send in you questions for the next mailbag.Read More