A second half rally fell short for the Hoosiers, as Northwestern's offense was all over IU.
IU's defense was shredded to the tune of 706 yards of offense by the Wildcats. Quarterback Kain Colter should be the Big Ten offensive player of the week after being the teams leading rusher and receiver. The Hoosiers had no answer for him as he ran for 163 yards and four touchdowns. Colter also nine receptions for 131 yards.
IU pulled Cam Coffman and let true freshman Nate Sudfeld lead the Hoosiers. IU was held scoreless in the first half, but came out with some fire in the second. Down by 27 points, IU was able to put up 29 of their own, but never got within a touchdown of the Wildcats lead.
Sudfeld was 9-of-16 for 157 yards and a touchdown. Stephen Houston was solid on the ground with 91 yards and a touchdown. Wideout Kofi Hughes, who came back from a knee injury early in the game, had five catches for 110 yards and a touchdown. Tevin Coleman also had a 96-yard kickoff ret...