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For starters

Kevin Wilson's first season as Indiana's coach comes to a close today against Purdue. The Hoosiers are 1-10, with the only victory coming against Bowl Championship Subdivision squad South Carolina State.

There's been plenty of turnover on the field throughout the season. The chance to keep Purdue out of a bowl is something the Hoosiers are shooting for.

Offensively, Stephen Houston has led the running attack. He has 637 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns. Quarterback Tre Roberson has thrown for 790 yards and rushed for 349 more.

Twenty players will be playing their last game as Indiana attempts to win the Bucket game back-to-back for the first time since 1993 and 1994.

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