We look back at a frustrating performance by IU’s offense against the Nittany Lions, and then dive headlong into the Lagow/Ramsey debate.
Indiana plays Charleston Southern in a game that shouldn’t be close. Barring disaster, they’ll be 3-2 headed into Michigan, just like everyone predicted.
Peyton Ramsey starts his first game the same day the Colts dedicate a statue for another Peyton.
Let’s get to the questions.
Hey remember a few weeks ago when Nick Westbrook went down with a knee injury on the opening kickoff against Ohio State and everyone freaked out about Tom Allen using starters on special teams??
Between turnovers lost and allowing big passing plays, this game followed a similar game theme to last year. Congrats to the pessimist IU fans who did well this week in our over/under contest.
Here at Punt John Punt, we focus on facts and objective analysis in our effort to provide you, the reader, insight into Indiana football.
Sometimes, those facts lead to conclusions that you might not expect (like our week 1 take that Indiana’s secondary might do well against OSU.)
Others, the facts will lead you to the entirely unsurprising.
This is one of those weeks.