I really don't have much to say about this game I was unavoidably away from the TV yesterday, so I haven't seen anything other than highlights. You can read the ugly stats as well as I can: MSU had a huge yardage advantage, a turnover advantage, shut down the IU offense, and didn't yield a sack or a turnover to IU. The Hoosiers now stand at 1-10, and are seeking to avoid tying the school record with an eleventh loss. IU last lost 11 games in 1984 and last went winless in 1984. Avoiding those milestones wouldn't make this season a successful one, but retaining the Bucket would be a nice building block for next year. As I'm sure most of you know, Purdue lost to Iowa yesterday, dropping the Boilermakers to 5-6 overall, meaning that their postseason hopes hang on defeating IU in Bloomington. The Boilers have had some nice moments this year, particularly their wins over Ohio State and Illinois, but they haven't yet won away from home. Purdue either will be highly motivated, highly tense, or both. Let's hope that Kevin Wilson has something up his sleeve for this game and that we can find a way to win. More on the Bucket game as the week transpires.