Indiana went 2 for 2 in the red zone Saturday against Illinois. But both times, field goals, not touchdowns, accounted for the points in a 43-13 loss to the Illini.
On the season, Indiana has scored 85 percent of the time it has reached the red zone (28 of 33). However, the Hoosiers want to do better than the 58 percent touchdown percentage in the red zone (19 of 33).
"It's something that we've just got to deal with and come up with a better way to go at it," IU quarterback Ben Chappell said.