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Check out Penn State coach Bill O’Brien's entire press conference wrapping up the 44-24 blowout loss to Indiana.
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October marks the start of Big Ten play for Penn State and it gets underway this weekend at Indiana. Penn State has historically dominated the Hoosiers, owning an 11-0 head-to-head record, but this Indiana team looks to be capable of giving Penn Stet a good run this weekend. This week the folks at Joe Pa's Doghouse cooked up some questions for the Blue White Roundtable, which...
No one has more coverage of Indiana's 44-24 victory over Penn State Saturday afternoon than AllHoosiers.com. Here's the beginning of that coverage and check back through Sunday morning for additional stories and videos.
AllHoosiers.com is your one stop for comprehensive coverage of Indiana football and basketball. Here's a collection of multiple links previewing today's Indiana-Penn State game. Check back with AllHoosiers.com on Sunday for all of the postgame coverage, including video, in our Coverage Central segment.
Penn State coach Bill O'Brien talks about why he went for it on fourth-and-2 at his own 33, Kevin Wilson talks about the defense stepping up and IU players talk about the significance of the win.
Indiana led 21-17 entering the fourth quarter Saturday against Penn State. Then quickly the score was 42-17. What happened? Read this story and check out this video by AllHoosiers.com staffer Nolan Blair.
This is our Game Analysis of Indiana's impressive 44-24 victory over Penn State Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium.
Nate Sudfeld threw two touchdown passes and Tre Roberson ran for
two more scores Saturday, leading Indiana to its first win ever
against Penn State 44-24.
It seems odd to hope that Indiana's offense doesn't score as quickly but that is clearly one of the keys to today's game against Penn State. Longer drives will mean the IU defense isn't on the field as long as it has been.
Here are three players to keep an eye on today for Indiana against Penn State. The one pictured is obvious. The other two, maybe not so much.
With a rugged road schedule ahead IU can't afford to lose at home in Big Ten play. And its first opponent, Penn State today, is 16-0 all-time against the Hoosiers.
The Scout.com team of recruiting experts provides the answers to the questions posed by the the FightOnState.com community in this exclusive feature.
Keep tabs on the Nittany Lions as they take on the Hoosiers at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington.
We break down one example of Penn State's poor run blocking in a 44-24 loss to Indiana. Were the Hoosiers doing anything special to slow the Lion ground game?
Check out photographer Harvey Levine's work from the Nittany Lions' tough game at Indy.
Did any unit avoid a failing grade after the Nittany Lions were whipped by Indiana at a half-empty Memorial Stadium? Check here to see.