Hoosier Headlines: Indiana University vs. Ball State

BLOOMINGTON, IN - SEPTEMBER 15: Chris Pauling #25 of the Ball State Cardinals breaks up a pass intended for Stephen Houston #12 of the Indiana Hoosiers during the first half of the game at Memorial Stadium on September 15, 2012 in Bloomington, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Everyone probably wants to get beyond this game but if you check out below there are some links about this past Saturday's loss. There are some interesting stats for the better and for the worse.

BEARD: IU football team in sore need of defensive toughness " Evansville Courier & Press
As impressive as the offensive numbers were Saturday night for Indiana University's football team, the hard truth under the lights at Memorial Stadium was that 39 points and 558 yards weren't enough.

College football: Ball State nips IU with last-second FG | Indianapolis Star | indystar.com
The amount of fans that left early kind of pisses me off. Is it because of the late game time? Either way this article states that less than 10,000 of the 48,000 that paid to see the game remained to the final whistle.

Ball State at Indiana football notes from Andy Graham | Indiana basketball, football, soccer and more: The Hoosier Scoop

FINAL: BALL STATE 41, INDIANA 39: Steven Schott 42-yard field goal at the gun after a controversial completion call awarded to Willie Snead at the IU 25 with one second remaining. Indiana 39, Ball State 38, 0:49. Holy friggin' mackerel.

Indiana football again falls to Ball State | The Courier-Journal | courier-journal.com

Quarterback Keith Wenning put Ball State in position to overcome Indiana on Saturday night. Kicker Steven Schott completed the mission.

Slightly Off-Topic

Indiana Excise Arrest 110 at IU-Ball State Game WBIW.com - 1340 AM, Bedford, Indiana
Indiana State Excise police arrested a record 110 people on 129 charges during tailgating for the IU-Ball State game on Saturday.

Landon Turner, Antwaan Randle El among newest Indiana University Hall of Fame Inductees | Indianapolis Star | indystar.com

Antwaan Randle El and Landon Turner highlight the seven-person 2012 class that will be inducted into the Indiana University Athletics Hall of Fame, the school announced today.

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