Lynch defends goal-line decision (The Journal Gazette, Fort Wayne, Ind.)
"It’s my decision whether we’re going to go for it on fourth down or any of those situations because it affects both offense and defense," Lynch said. "I take full responsibility. Do I second-guess anything in that game? No."
- AL HAMNIK: Can Hoosiers slay Big Ten giant Iowa? (NWI Times)
Hoosiers must put nightmare behind them (The Courier-Journal)
Saffold said that by Monday it was erased from his mind, and the four-year starter was focused on this Saturday's game at No.7 Iowa. He said Iowa could be a game he remembers for the rest of his life.
TV policy says no big ten primetime games in November (GazetteOnline.com)
Our television contracts state that a Big Ten game will not be played in prime time in November," said Scott Chipman, the Big Ten’s assistant commissioner for communications. "So it’s not an official Big Ten policy, but it is a part of our television contracts."
Hawkeyes to be tested by Robinson's absence (ESPN)
True freshman Brandon Wegher will make his first career start [at RB]Saturday against Indiana (ESPN, noon ET), with junior Paki O'Meara serving as the backup. Iowa fans were thrilled when Wegher committed, and he has shown flashes of big-play ability. But Robinson was the more complete back and will be missed.
Hoosier Headlines for October 28, 2009.
By John M. IU