In one of the best performances in many years for Indiana, the Hoosiers secured bowl eligibility behind a career-defining game from Peyton Ramsey. The backup quarterback had the best game of his time in Bloomington and, as a result, Indiana hung on for a memorable road win over Nebraska last Saturday.
Auston and Jacob sit down to talk about one of the biggest wins in two decades for the Hoosiers. After discussing Ramsey, the two look at what is quickly becoming one of the best seasons in program’s history for wide receiver Whop Philyor. The two then break down the increase in depth from the Hoosiers and the role that is playing.
The duo finish breaking down the Indiana game by looking at what impact this win will have on the program moving forward. To end the recap, the two laugh at Scott Frost, who got what he and the program asked for.
Then they shift to previewing Northwestern by first making one of many pleas for fans to make their way to Memorial Stadium for the game. After looking at the (putrid) offense and (above average) defense, the two look at Indiana’s rivalry with the Wildcats and how Saturday’s game played out.
To end the podcast, Auston breaks down Indiana soccer’s bounceback after falling to Maryland two weeks ago and where the team stands as they look to secure the program’s 16th Big Ten title in 29 years on Sunday.