The Indiana Hoosiers have been playing football for over 120 years, giving them one of the longest histories of any college football team. The Hoosiers play in the Big 10, the premier conference in the Midwest, and home to some of the oldest and most storied teams in the history of the sport. In a conference known for rivalries and traditions, the Hoosiers rivalry with Purdue stands out for the absolute necessity each team has to beat the other, and is the highlight of every Indiana season. “Hep’s Rock,” The Indiana Hundred’s versions of “Sing, Sing, Sing” and “The Walk,” make those gamedays in Bloomington unforgettable. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Indiana Hoosiers football tickets.
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2017 Hoosiers Season Preview
The Indiana Hoosiers made it to their first bowl game since 2007, where they lost to Duke in overtime. The Hoosiers were able to finish last season with 6 wins and 7 losses as well as finish No. 5 in the Big Ten East Division. In 2016, Indiana’s offense coaching staff will have some top spots to fill after the departure of quarterback Mate Sudfeld, halfback Jordan Howard and tackle Jason Spriggs. The defensive line is in need of more power to take on opponents effectively. The goal for head coach Kevin Wilson will be to take the Hoosiers to back-to-back bowl showings, which has not been done in 25 years. The 2016 Houston Cougars schedule shows top games against rivals Purdue and Michigan State in Bloomington, Indiana. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Hoosiers at home games or supporting Indiana on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Indiana Hoosiers’ tickets, including home and away games.
Indiana Hoosiers Football at Memorial Stadium Address: Address: 1001 E 17th St, Bloomington, Indiana, 47408
The Indiana Hoosiers have played their home games at Memorial Stadium since 1960. Memorial Stadium seats over 52,000 fans and is often referred to as “The Rock.” This nickname serves as a rallying cry for the Hoosiers. Fans, players, and coaches are focused on “Defending The Rock” and playing tough in Bloomington. 2 Hours before kickoff the coaches and players take part in “The Walk,” to the crimson gates, as thousands of tailgating fans and the Indiana Marching Hundred cheer them on. The Indiana Hoosiers home bench is on the Memorial Stadium sideline with sections 1-12. Memorial Stadium parking information is covered in out Hoosiers event guide.
Memorial Stadium Experience
Indiana vs. Purdue
The Battle for the Old Oaken Bucket is by far the biggest game on the Hoosiers schedule. Played over 110 times since 1891, there is no love lost between these two inner-state rivals. The Old Oaken Bucket Trophy was first awarded to the winner of the1925 Indiana-Purdue game and continues as one of the oldest and most storied trophies in college football. The Indiana-Purdue game has history, tension, and the eyes of all the football fans in Indiana the last week of every season.
Indiana vs. Michigan State
These longtime Big 10 rivals have played over 55 times since 1922. The Hoosiers and Spartans battle over the Old Brass Spittoon, which is one of the most obscure and unique trophies in College Football. With the creation of the East and West divisions in the Big 10 this rivalry has become a divisional and annual game giving the matchup new life and promise in the coming years. As the rivalry closes in on its 100th year, the Battle for the Old Brass Spittoon is as competitive as ever.
2011 Indiana Football Preview
Indiana just missed out on a bowl game last year, falling one win shy of being eligible, but despite the disappointment, they gave fans hope for the future. Now, with former Oklahoma offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson as the new head coach, Indiana may be poised to break into the post season for the first time since 2007.
The biggest loss for the Hoosiers is quarterback Ben Chappel, who graduated as one of the more important pieces of the team's offense. However, Wilson knows how to work with quarterbacks, and presumed starter Dusty Kiel has great potential. Add to that the fact he has several reliable targets, including Kofi Hughes and Trea Burgess, and the offense may be able to surprise some people.
The defense was a huge problem for Indiana last year, and even gave up whopping 83 points to conference rival Wisconsin. Wilson will certainly have his hands full trying to sure up the defense, but he has a pair of experienced leaders in linebackers Leon Beckum and Jeff Thomas who may be able to help. However, there are still big holes in the secondary that may cause problems for the Hoosiers and their first-year coach.
2010 Indiana Football Preview
Indiana finished last season with a dismal 1-7 conference record to find itself dead last in the Big Ten. While the Hoosier offense will be sure to put up a lot of points as they did last year, they will need to improve defensively.
The success of the offense rests with the performance of senior quarterback Ben Chappell, who threw for nearly 3,000 yards a year ago. If he doesn’t have a good year, it won't be for lack of weapons as Indiana has arguably the best receiving corps in the conference. Juniors Tandon Doss and Damarlo Belcher each caught over 60 passes in 2009.
The biggest question mark for coach Bill Lynch will be on defense. The Hoosiers ranked near the bottom in the conference in nearly every defensive category, and surrendered an average 401 total yards per game. The performance of sophomores Larry Black Jr and Adam Replogle on the line will be key.
It is certainly a big task for Lynch to take Indiana from the bottom of the Big Ten to a contender. With Chappell, Doss and Damarlo, they will be able to put up a lot of points, it's just a matter of whether or not they can prevent opponents from doing the same.