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Headlines from the Hoosiers Close Defeat at Home

Pat Lovell-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Indiana wasn't quite able to finish off a potent Ohio State football team but there have certainly been signs of better times to come. Indiana football is on the rise and the world is starting to take notice. Roll Navy on the road and they may garner a little respect.

Hoosiers Fourth Quarter Comeback Falls Short - IUHOOSIERS.COM - Indiana University Athletics
Indiana scored on TD passes of 76 and 25 yards, a 59-yard TD run and made a field goal after a 60-yard kickoff return, producing its highest point total ever against the Buckeyes. The previous record was 41 in 1988, the Hoosiers last win over Ohio State.

IU shows signs of a better football tomorrow -
"We're getting better," coach Kevin Wilson says. "We've got to move past beating ourselves."

Ohio State shakes off uneven start, holds on late for 52-49 win over Indiana - Land-Grant Holy Land
While the Buckeyes and the opposing Indiana Hoosiers combined for a thousand yards cumulative offense, OSU was able to bear down and make plays when necessary to move to 7-0 on the season.

Ohio State barely beats Indiana - College Football News | FOX Sports on MSN
"He's a great quarterback, a great athlete, all week we talked about treating him like a running back," Hoosiers cornerback Greg Heban said. "We didn't do a good job of stopping him. There were a lot of missed tackles."

Ohio State 52, Indiana 49 - Yahoo! Sports
Indiana's struggles stopping the run were an issue again, with the Hoosiers allowing both Miller and Carlos Hyde to rush for more than 145 yards each.