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Hoosier Headlines for November 3, 2009.

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  • Big Ten power rankings: Week 10 (ESPN)
    "Purdue is no longer the Big Ten's cursed team. That would be Indiana, which blew a fourth-quarter lead in a Big Ten stadium for the third time this season."

  • Scouting report: The book on Indiana (JSOnline)
    "When head coach Bill Lynch decided last spring to dismiss quarterback-turned wide receiver Kellen Lewis from the program for another violation of team rules, there was no more doubt the offense was in the hands of Ben Chappell."


  • Tough times in Hoosierland (JSOnline)
    "These are trying and turbulent times for the Indiana football program. Consider: On Oct. 24, the Hoosiers blew a 28-3 lead en route to a 29-28 Big Ten Conference loss at Northwestern. That dropped the Hoosiers' record to 1-3 in the Big Ten and 4-4 overall."

  • The Big Ten This Year Versus The Big Ten Last Year (The Rivalry, Esq.)
    "True, we did go 1-6 in bowl games last year. Sure, Michigan is softer than a three-week old carved pumpkin. And yes, we haven't won in Pasadena since 2000. Still, I believe the Big Ten is headed in the right direction."