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Discussion in 'IU Football Board' started by snowling, Jan 9, 2020.
Well that sucks. I was planning on going to the game with a few buddies, but now that it's on a Friday I doubt they'll be able to attend.
More prime time exposure for IU and a chance for a major upset with a big TV audience.
LIke CTA, I HATE College FB on Friday nights. It's a Saturday game!
I do like IU's chances in this with Wiscy graduating their key RB and sure a few others, and IU returning a lot. Let's hope Wunderkid Sheridan has a superb package ready and Womack is improved in his overall planning with most D returning and more experienced.
The game up-front will won by Indiana. Our S,C,& N program is second to none. Hoosiers win the opener!!
The way I have read this in another article was that this just isn't our opener but the opener for all of CFB.
There are a couple of games on Aug 29 including Notre Dame/Navy in Ireland.
Ok, thanks. I wondered of I was reading that correctly.
Let's see who Wisconsin gets through the transfer portal first
Before you get to carried away, remember OSU- IU Opener three years ago on the Thursday before Labor Day, and how well that played out?
Relax, pal. No one's getting carried away. I said "chance."
We actually did well for the first half, then ran out of gas and got run over in the second. It was a great evening for football and was good national exposure for IU.
As much as I hate the concept of stealing the spotlight on Friday nights from high schools, this makes a road trip to Wisky more appealing to me. From central Indiana I can drive to Madison on Friday, catch the game and stay overnight. Spend Saturday of Labor Day weekend exploring the city, and catch the night life of Mad-town on Saturday night (apologies to No Vertical, but Madison is a FUN place to be on a fall weekend). Drive home Sunday morning and still have Monday to rest and recover before heading back to work Tuesday.
Gives me an extra day at Whistling Straits.
Already pumped for this game as I'm likely going. Been a long time since attended a game, or a win in Mad-town.