The Indiana Hoosiers are in the midst of what has become a very long and grueling season. The Hoosiers were expected to win about 7-8 games his season and feature a prolific offense, but injuries have devastated this team’s depth chart, specifically on the offensive side of the ball, especially at the quarterback position. The Hoosiers are just 118th in the nation is passing, and Nate Sudfeld, who was buried on the depth chart and was not expecting to get anywhere near the field has been forced into duty his season. Sudfeld’s lack of preparation has showed as has just 1,151 yards passing on he season and just six touchdowns o three interceptions. Shane Wynn has been the only receiver of note this season for the Hoosiers. Wynn has 29 receptions for 436 yards and two touchdowns on he season. Indiana does feature the nations third leading rusher is Tevin Coleman though. Coleman has 1300 yards rushing this season and 11 touchdowns. They also have a strong backup in D’Angelo Roberts who has 435 yards and six touchdowns on the season.
Currently the Hoosiers sit at 3-5 on the season, and zero for everything in Big Ten play. They started the season wih a 28-10 win over Indiana State before traveling to Bowling Green where they lost in a wild one 45-42. They pulled of a big upset the next week when they defeated Missouri on the road 31-27. There only other win on the season was against North Texas 49-24. Other than that the Hooisers have yet to win a game in Big Ten play this season. Indiana has four games left on the season. This weekend they take on Penn State at home. After that it is two road games for Indiana against Rutgers and Ohio State. Indiana then finishes with Purdue at home.