Here's Indiana coach Kevin Wilson's take on Illinois. The teams meet at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Bloomington.
"All I've got a chance to watch are the five games this year. Knowing from afar a little bit, I do think you go back and look a couple years ago they make some decisions at coordinator with a defensive coordinator and offensive coordinator. They've got some stability. They have hired a couple good coaches, and their packages have gotten sound and clean," Wilson said. "They have developed their quarterbacks; their quarterback now is in his second year in that system."
As for IU's quarterback situation, Wilson said Edward Wright-Baker has practiced, but Dusty Kiel has taken a majority of the snaps. Wright-Baker missed the Penn State game because of an ankle injury. Kiel completed 22 of 45 for 184 yards against the Nittany Lions.