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Eyeing IU

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Defending Navy

Indiana coach Kevin Wilson discussed the keys going against Navy's triple-option offense.

"It's good football. It's a unique style," Wilson said during his weekly news conference. "They do it well. We're going to have our hands full. We are going to need to play well as a team. They stress your team out. The clock is always running, you get fewer possessions. They kick it well, you play long fields.

"To win the game, you have to win this game as a team. You will not go in there and win if your team does not play well. You cannot have turnovers. You cannot play behind the chains. You cannot go three-and-out. And when you have an opportunity on defense to get stops, you need to get stops. You can't get third-and-6 and let them move the chains."

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