Everett Golson and Malik Zaire will both play quarterback when Notre Dame faces No. 22 LSU in the Music City Bowl, with coach Brian Kelly saying he believes they can both help the Irish against the nation’s best pass defense.
A Leo High School graduate was among three IU track team members to receive Big Ten honors Monday.
The Indiana Tech American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Division 1 Ice Hockey team rallied from a first-period deficit and then for the second-consecutive day saved its best hockey for the final 40 minutes- this time out-scoring the opposition 5-2 in the final two periods- on their way to a 5-3 win over Western Michigan University Sunday afternoon at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
A pinpoint passer with wide-receiver speed, Mariota came into this season as the favorite to win the 80th Heisman.
Riley LaChance scored a career-high 26 points, leading Vanderbilt to an 81-71 win over Purdue on Saturday.
The IPFW women’s basketball team held No. 23/20 ranked West Virginia to a season-low 36 rebounds, however, it was not enough as the Mastodons fell to the Mountaineers 82-48. IPFW is now 4-6 on the season.
The No. 16 Forester women’s basketball team (9-2) was off to the races Saturday afternoon on their way to a 124-106 win over #RV Olivet Nazarene University (9-4) at Platt Arena. It was non-stop kamikaze play from start to finish as players, coaches and fans alike were exhausted by the final buzzer.
Indiana put together one of its best second halves of the season on Saturday night, outscoring Grand Canyon 52-35 in the second half in a 94-66 victory for the Hoosiers.
Mading Thok of the Ball State men’s basketball team will seek to transfer, and the university has granted his request to speak with other institutions.
The IPFW Mastodons used a pair of second half runs, one 10-0 and the second one 12-0, to pull away late from a feisty UM-Dearborn squad on Thursday evening by a 91-67 final score.
The IPFW women’s basketball team held Indiana to its second-lowest three-point shooting percentage of the season, but the Mastodons were unable overcome having a tough night of their own shooting the three, falling to the Hoosiers 80-37.
Kendall Stephens made six consecutive 3-pointers during the first half on Wednesday night, laying the foundation for Purdue’s 87-46 victory over Arkansas State.