Indiana gave up 20 points in the fourth quarter of Saturday's game against Arkansas State. And still won.
The Hoosiers made things interesting in their final non-conference game of the regular season, defeating the Red Wolves 36-34.
Special teams helped (three field goals by Mitch Ewald) and hurt (surrendering 223 yards on kickoff returns, including three returns of at least 50 yards). The Red Wolves took advantage of the good field position to hang around.
IU did score 17 points in the fourth quarter. Ben Chappell threw touchdown passes to Max Dedmond (16 yards) and Damarlo Belcher (65 yards) in the quarter. Chappell threw four touchdowns and had 382 passing yards.
This was a game IU had to have in its quest for a bowl bid.