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CINCINNATI – Indiana gave up 21 points in a 4:11 stretch near the end of the first half and fell to Cincinnati 45-24 at Nippert Stadium this afternoon. It was the first loss of the season for the Hoosiers (3-1), though they outgained the Bear…

CINCINNATI – Indiana took a significant step up in competition this afternoon and in the first half against Cincinnati the Hoosiers found they are not ready to compete against that level of team.

CINCINNATI – Indiana had a plan for the start of its season. The Hoosiers needed to beat Illinois – no easy task and the IU coaching staff stayed mum on any and all gameplan details in the hopes of catching the Illini off guard – then take ca…

When Tom Allen finished speaking with the media following Indiana’s win over Western Kentucky on Saturday, the sixth-year Hoosiers coach emphatically pounded the podium twice with his palm before walking out of the room. As he departed, he sh…

Indiana’s offensive line was not good last season, leading a rushing attack that was 120th out of 130 FBS teams yards per carry. Honorable mention All-Big Ten tackle Matthew Bedford admitted, “We need to be better. It wasn’t to our standard, the way we played.”

Indiana and Purdue basketball will meet at Assembly Hall in Bloomington on Feb. 4 for the 214th all-time matchup between the teams, the Big Ten announced Thursday. The Hoosiers will make a return trip to Mackey Arena in West Lafayette on Feb. 25.

BLOOMINGTON – Indiana was about as bad offensively last season as a Power Five team can be. The Hoosiers ranked fifth-worst in the country in yards per play at just 4.1 and were tied for 11th-worst in turnovers lost, with 22.

New Indiana offensive coordinator Walt Bell spoke to the media for the first time during Hoosiers fall camp Tuesday and made one thing clear: IU is not going to show off much if any of its new offense before it opens its season against Illino…

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana will enter the season with a defined starter at quarterback, coach Tom Allen said Tuesday at Big Ten Media Days. The Hoosiers just don’t yet know whom that starter will be.

Six months have passed since Georgia defeated Alabama to win the national championship and end the 2021 college football season. Now, a new season is barely a month away and fall camps will start for some teams within a week.

Indiana running back David Ellis left the program recently for health reasons and will take a medical hardship waiver, according to multiple reports. This means he will get to keep his scholarship, but he will not count against Indiana's 85-p…