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Indiana University

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Indiana at Penn State


When: Noon today

Where: Beaver Stadium (106,572/grass), University Park, Pa.

Radio: 1250 AM, 102.7 FM

TV: Big Ten Network

Records: Indiana 4-6, 2-4 Big Ten; Penn State 6-4, 4-2

Line: Penn State by 18

Series: Penn State leads 15-0

On the Web: For a video preview, go to “Eyeing IU” at


Offensive statistics

Points per game: 31.2 (44th in NCAA)

Yards per game: 431.4 (43rd)

Passing yards per game: 293.2 (26th)

Rushing yards per game: 138.2 (83rd)

Defensive statistics

Points per game: 32.2 (91st)

Yards per game: 445.8 (97th)

Passing yards per game: 201.8 (28th)

Rushing yards per game: 244 (118th)


Top 3 offensive players: QB Cameron Coffman, 1,932 passing yards, 12 TDs, 6 INT; RB Stephen Houston, 583 rushing yards, 9 TDs; WR Cody Latimer, 707 receiving yards, 5 TDs

Top 3 defensive players: DT Adam Replogle, 62 tackles, 4 sacks; DB Greg Heban, 72 tackles, 2 INTs; LB David Cooper, 71 tackles

Keys to victory: IU’s quarterbacks had an off day in last week’s loss to Wisconsin. Coffman and Nate Sudfeld will need to bounce back against the Nittany Lions.

Injuries: QB Tre Roberson (leg), P Mitchell Voss (ankle), TE Charles Love III (ACL), DB Tim Bennett (foot) out

Penn State

Offensive statistics

Points per game: 28 (68th)

Yards per game: 410.1 (56th)

Passing yards per game: 268.8 (40th)

Rushing yards per game: 141.3 (79th)

Defensive statistics

Points per game: 18.6 (20th)

Yards per game: 344.9 (30th)

Passing yards per game: 207 (36th)

Rushing yards per game: 137.9 (36th)


Top 3 offensive players: QB Matt McGloin, 2,676 passing yards, 19 TDs, 4 INTs; RB Zach Zwiank, 686 rushing yards, 4 TDs; WR Allen Robinson, 786 yards, 8 TDs

Top 3 defensive players: LB Michael Mauti, 93 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 3 INTs; LB Gerald Hodges, 90 tackles; DE Deion Barnes, 5 sacks

Keys to victory: McGloin leads the Big Ten in passing average (267.6). Robinson leads the conference in receiving yards per game (78.6). The combination will have to come up big against the Hoosiers.

Injuries: TE Kyle Carter (wrist) out

– LaMond Pope, The Journal Gazette