Hoosiers get their biggest conference road win in a generation:
That "N" is for Nowledge.I have had a good feeling about this one all year. If you take the N off the side of the helmet and just look at their football team there is no reason at all to be intimidated. Frost and the Huskers need this one and I feel like they will come out swinging. I hope Martinez and Robinson both play because I want their players on the field.
I look for the Hoosiers to execute at a high level tomorrow. I anticipate our best performance of the season with just about everybody getting into the act. I like the Hoosiers 34-28.
I'm not in the prediction business.
Difficult to predict without knowing if Penix will play. I have noticed Whop is much more productive playing with Penix. Westbrook also benefits from Penix getting the ball to him with room to run. We need these players to have a good game in order to win.
I have guessed the last two weeks accurately picking the opponent both weeks and missing our score by 3 points.
I predict IU 34 - N 28 if Penix plays.
If Ramsey has to play, we will have a few more stalled drives from 3 and out, and unable to convert 3rd and long situations. That will give Nebraska a few more opportunities with better field position. I know Nebraska doesn't have a good field goal kicker, but he will convert on one of those extra possessions. I just hope those extra possessions aren't touchdowns.
I predict IU 24 - N 31 with Ramsey at QB.
Is that a reference to the 1978 game? When I was a kid my mom gave a Big Ten almanac, which was about the '78 season, & I read that thing cover to cover for years. 69-17 they beat us here, & Hipp was a tailback? Wasn't he? Anyway, stir the echoes, redeem Corso, I concur.INDIANA 77 > Nebraska 10
I.M. Who?!?!? The ghost of the I.M. Hipp Game is Finally laid to rest...
Frost is overheard talking to Delaney on the phone begging to have INDIANA removed from their crossover schedule... Later he's seen being chased across the parking lot by a crowd of farmers carrying pitchforks and torches... Someone suggests that he's lost a step...
*Lee Corso approves this prediction*
Is that a reference to the 1978 game? When I was a kid my mom gave a Big Ten almanac, which was about the '78 season, & I read that thing cover to cover for years. 69-17 they beat us here, & Hipp was a tailback? Wasn't he? Anyway, stir the echoes, redeem Corso, I concur.