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Offense lacking in first half

The first half of the Cream and Crimson game wasn't all that pretty.

The Ben Chappell-led Crimson squad leads the Cream 10-3 at halftime.

There have been two interceptions and three fumbles. During one stretch, there were three turnovers on five snaps.

Darius Willis didn't play because of an ankle injury. The Hoosiers' running game went missing. The teams combined for -38 yards rushing in the half.

Halftime stats of interest included Chappell throwing for 55 yards on 9 of 14 passes. Dre Muhammad of Harding has two catches for 28 yards.

Dusty Kiel earned the start at quarterback for the Cream team. He went 3 for 8 for 21 yards. Ed Wright-Baker, also on the Cream team, went 3 for 7 for 35 yards. He was intercepted twice.

Tandon doss leads all receivers with 46 yards on three catches.

The lone touchdown came when Javon Cornley scooped up a fumble and returned it 38 yards for a touchdown with 6:32 left in the first half.

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