Indiana finished the season with their best record since 2007 which earned head coach Kevin Wilson a generous extension, but he still has a great deal to prove.
Saturday's Pinstripe Bowl was one of the best so far this season. While it was exciting, it showed the deficiency in the review system.
The Pinstripe Bowl won't feature much defense, though it should present an entertaining offensive shootout.
Michigan could still win the Big 10, while Indiana needs a mini-miracle to become bowl eligible.
Two teams that are clearly headed in opposite directions collide this Saturday. The Spartans are the better team and will show it against Indiana.
Penn State's offense has been one of the weaker groups in the country so far, but it came alive in front of a homecoming crowd at Beaver Stadium Saturday afternoon.
Indiana football isn't generally a program you'd expect to compete with a defending national champion, but the Hoosiers are relevant and will be a tough test for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
It's about time the Ohio State Buckeyes start playing like the ... well, Ohio State Buckeyes.
Ohio State will finally look like a championship team in Week 5.
The Hoosiers have yet to be truly tested this year, but Nate Sudfeld's lights-out return from injury has Indiana unbeaten through four weeks.