Lynch: Fisher won’t play this week (The Hoosier Scoop)
Bad news for both the secondary and special teams.
IU contacts Big Ten concerning officiating (Hoosier Hype | Indiana Daily Student)
"IU coach Bill Lynch said during the weekly radio show that the team has contacted the Big Ten concerning the officiating during Saturday’s game against Iowa, specifically a controversial touchdown called back in the third quarter."
Big Ten thumbs up-thumbs down for Week 9 (ESPN)
"Replay is supposed to ensure that the officiating crews get it right in these games, but the folks in the booth had a rough Saturday. The term "indisputable video evidence" definitely seemed a bit hazy in the Indiana-Iowa and Michigan State-Minnesota games. "
- Another lead squandered (The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind.)
Big Ten power rankings: Week 10 (ESPN)
"Purdue is no longer the Big Ten's cursed team. That would be Indiana, which blew a fourth-quarter lead in a Big Ten stadium for the third time this season."
Scouting report: The book on Indiana (JSOnline)
"When head coach Bill Lynch decided last spring to dismiss quarterback-turned wide receiver Kellen Lewis from the program for another violation of team rules, there was no more doubt the offense was in the hands of Ben Chappell."
Tough times in Hoosierland (JSOnline)
"These are trying and turbulent times for the Indiana football program. Consider: On Oct. 24, the Hoosiers blew a 28-3 lead en route to a 29-28 Big Ten Conference loss at Northwestern. That dropped the Hoosiers' record to 1-3 in the Big Ten and 4-4 overall."
The Big Ten This Year Versus The Big Ten Last Year (The Rivalry, Esq.)
"True, we did go 1-6 in bowl games last year. Sure, Michigan is softer than a three-week old carved pumpkin. And yes, we haven't won in Pasadena since 2000. Still, I believe the Big Ten is headed in the right direction."