Indiana hopes to change history vs. No. 9 Buckeyes (Spartanburg Herald-Journal)
"The Buckeyes were installed as a 17 1/2-point favorite early this week, even after the Hoosiers nearly won their first game at Michigan since 1967. And Lynch has pleaded with fans all week to give Indiana at least a semblance of a home-field advantage."
Could IU give Ohio State its 'Darkest Day'? (Indiana Daily Student)
"IU dominated the 1987 game, winning 31-10. Ohio State’s then-coach Earle Bruce described it as 'the darkest day in Ohio State football.' "
This one a chip off the old Doc (The Boston Globe)
Bob Ryan profiles Austin Rivers, son of Celtics coach Doc Rivers and brother of IU's Jeremiah Rivers, who is mentioned.
Indiana-Michigan game draws high ratings (ESPN)
"The football game between Indiana and Michigan was the second-most watched Big Ten football game ever on ESPN2, the conference announced today."
OSU's Saine to start in place of hobbled Herron (ESPN)
Head coach Jim Tressel lists Herron at about 85 percent, a number that could improve during the next few days. But expect to see Saine and possibly freshman Jordan Hall get most of the carries against the Hoosiers.