After a much needed break and with an offensive coordinator change bringing new enthusiasm to a fanbase worn down by excessive short crossing patterns, it’s time to dig into the offensive situation that the new OC, whomever that may be, will inherit.
After a much need break from IU football, for both the writers and the readers, we’re back! Actually I was just hoping that if nothing happened for a while that someone would email a recap for me to post. But that didn’t happen so here we are. Let’s quickly recap.
It’s Bucket week with a bowl game on the line! In the past 5 games Purdue has scored 49, 13, 38, 10, and 44. Using this alternating strategy, they should only score about 2 touchdowns or less this week. #analysis #markitdown
Indiana made it a game for most of 60 minutes, made a bunch of Michigan fans mad on Twitter, and predictably couldn’t hold onto the improbable victory. Let’s recap!
Going into the Maryland game, if you had asked most IU fans to name the defense’s biggest weakness, I suspect most of them would have pointed to a secondary that struggles against downfield passing or an inconsistent pass rush. Against the Terrapins, however, an additional weakness came to the fore: tackling.