Junior running back Tevin Coleman continued his standout season, rushing for a game-high 219 yards — his most in a Big Ten game and the second-highest total of his career — and three touchdowns on 15 carries, but Indiana fell to 3-3 with a 45-29 setback at Iowa (5-1) on Saturday afternoon.
Connor Cook threw three touchdown passes and Nick Hill ran for two scores Saturday, but No. 8 Michigan State still needed a late interception return for a touchdown to hold on 45-31 at Purdue.
Everett Golson threw three touchdown passes and No. 6 Notre Dame remained unbeaten with a 50-43 victory Saturday over North Carolina.
Octeus is a 6-4, 175-pound point guard who played two seasons at Colorado State and can play immediately at Purdue.
In a poll conducted of the Summit League’s coaches, select media members, and SID’s, the IPFW Mastodons have been picked to claim the 2014-15 Summit League basketball crown, while two players – Steve Forbes and Mo Evans – were named to Preseason All-League squads.
Mastodon point guard Haley Seibert was tabbed as a preseason First Team selection, after earning All-Summit League First Team honors as a junior last season.
He said if any of the players are allowed to return they would have limited roles against North Carolina.
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After spending three years as Tony Jasick’s assistant new IPFW head coach Jon Coffman led the Mastodons into practice Monday afternoon for the first time in the 2014-15 season.
Baylor rounds out the top five and Notre Dame is No. 6.
Running back Travis Damron had two touchdown runs while the Siena Heights defense put together another soild performance as the Saints’ football team claimed a 27-17 win over 15th-ranked Saint Francis (Ind.) in Mid-States Football Association Mideast League action on Saturday.
Trine pulled out a thrilling 26-23 victory over Alma in double-overtime on Homecoming Saturday afternoon at Shive Field and Fred Zollner Athletic Stadium.
On fourth-and-11 from the 23 and trailing 14-10, Golson dropped back to pass and managed to avoid the Stanford rush just long enough to find Koyack as two Cardinal defensive backs tried to recover from the blown assignment.
D’Angelo Robertsscored twice on the ground andTevin Colemanran for 150 yards in a 49-24 rout over North Texas and its highly-touted defense.
In a game that saw a steady rain most of the day and Ball State falling behind 27-10 late in the game, the Cardinals near record-setting comeback fell short as the Army Black Knights tallied a 33-24 victory.
Purdue gashed Illinois for 349 yards rushing and first-time starting quarterback Austin Appleby threw for a touchdown and ran for two more to lead Purdue to a 38-27 upset on Saturday at Illinois.
The Cougars host 1-2 Siena Heights Saturday night at 7 p.m. in USF’s homecoming game.
Athletic director Barry Collier said in a statement Thursday that assistant Chris Holtmann will serve as interim coach until Miller returns.
After racking up a team-best 63 yards on the ground last week in a win over Washington Bishop Dwenger graduate Remound Wright will lead Stanford into South Bend on Saturday in a key contest for both the Cardinal and the Fighting Irish.
Despite Cody Schweitzer’s career outing, the IPFW men’s soccer team fell 1-0 to Bowling Green on Wednesday evening at the Hefner Soccer Complex.