Hoosier Headlines for September 15, 2009: Akron game approaches.

Sorry that I didn't make a headlines post yesterday.  I was pressed for time and it was either that or my Blogpoll ballot. 

  • IU survives many penalties, laterals, blocked field goals (Indiana Daily Student)
    After a bobbled fourth-quarter snap on a Western Michigan punt, IU recovered the ball and stood 14 yards from sealing its second consecutive victory. If only it were that easy.

     

  • IU running backs break out against Western Michigan (Indiana Daily Student)
  • Lynch bringing officials to practice (The Hoosier Scoop)
    After 21 penalties in the first two games, this seems like a good idea.

  • Celebration is short for Zips as they look ahead to Indiana (Akron Beacon-Jorunal)
    The Zips opened their new stadium on Saturday, and seek their first Big Ten scalp this weekend.

  • Irving playing recruitment close to the vest (Inside the Hall)
    The headline says it all.

  • Akron favored by more than a field goal (The Hoosier Scoop)
    I like the way this one is shaping up, believe it or not.

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