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Kickoff: 12:00 p.m.
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kickoff each Saturday. This year we are again using the popular Cover
it Live set-up which is more like a live blog but we'll do our best to
include fan comments as the come in. Our staff will be live at the game
providing updates in the chat on what's going on at the stadium and
discussing the expected keys to the game.
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Travel Guide (for home games)
The construction situation is better this year but be aware of the
best ways to get into Bloomington and the Memorial Stadium area.
Center page that includes several great resources including
directions, places to stay, tailgate rules and more. Also here's last
Who's the favorite?
The consensus among oddsmakers in Vegas this morning is that Indiana
is a 2.5 point favorite
Hoosier Game Day
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morning's pregame coverage both from the Indiana media and the
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The Peegs.com staff have been hard at work getting you ready for
today's game. Here's a rundown of stories related to today's matchup
starting with our opponent preview and then working back from our
In our week three podcast, Matt Weaver and Mike Pegram look back at the
Navy loss last weekend and ahead to Indiana's meeting with Bowling
Green, an unbeaten MAC team with one of the best defensive teams on
paper right now. We also review what the Hoosiers have to
accomplish going forward to have a realistic shot at a postseason bowl.
size="5">Podcast: Falcons bringing in stingy
Today we take you through position by position match-ups facing the
Indiana Hoosiers and Bowling Green Falcons in tomorrow's battle at
Memorial Stadium. Check out who leads each unit and which team has the
edge as the Hoosiers attempt to get their second win of the 2013 season.
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With the first Indiana football game in the books and a big test
against Navy team on Saturday, great time to take stock of the opener
and look ahead to the bigger challenge the Midshipmen will present with
the unique triple option offense.
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The Indiana Hoosiers will try to pick up their second win of the season
tomorrow when they host the Bowling Green Falcons at Memorial Stadium.
Peegs.com caught up with John Wagner from the Toledo Blade to get the
latest on a Bowling Green team that comes into the contest with a
record of 2-0.
size="5">A look at the Falcons
Whenever a mid-major program gets the chance to play a BCS program it
is always a big deal for the players at the smaller school. That is
especially the case when a team from the Mid-American Conference faces
off against a Big Ten team because so many of the players in that
league grew up wanting to play Big Ten football. Bowling Green head
coach Dave Clawson talked about the opportunity his program has this
week when they travel to Indiana to take on the Hoosiers.
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Indiana game as a great opportunity
After giving up 444 yards rushing and not forcing a single punt from
Navy, the obvious question is whether this Hoosier team will be able to
bounce back from such a defensive beat down?
size="5">Saturday a resiliency test
Should Nate Sudfeld be the starting quarterback over Tre Roberson? Does
the Indiana coaching staff understand fans' frustration over continued
defensive issues? Indiana co-offensive coordinator Kevin Johns and
co-defensive coordinator William Inge addressed those topics
Quarterback questions, defensive issues
Indiana coach Kevin Wilson met with the media earlier today and talked
about a variety of different topics. Peegs.com was there and we have
highlighted a few of the subjects that Wilson spoke about as the
Hoosiers prepare to host the Bowling Green Falcons this Saturday at
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Earlier this afternoon Indiana head coach
Kevin Wilson along with coordinators Doug Mallory and Seth Littrell met
with the media to review the Navy loss and look ahead to Saturday's
home game against Bowling Green. Watch each press conference in high
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For the second week in row quarterback Nate Sudfeld came off the bench
for the IU offense and made a big impact. The sophomore from Modesto,
California took over for starter Tre Roberson with five minutes left in
the first quarter and ended up throwing for 363 yards with four
touchdowns and one interception in the Hoosiers' 41-35 loss to the Navy
size="5">Sudfeld shines in loss to Navy