Indiana Hoosiers: Kevin Wilson receives vote of confidence, will probably be fired

Friday, October 5th, 2012

The Indiana Hoosiers are 2-2 heading into Saturday's showdown with Michigan State. Ha, showdown. More like complete destruction by a usually punchless Spartan offense. Expect running back Le'Veon Bell to have a nice day Saturday. However, if quarterback Tre Roberson hadn't broken his leg/ankle/lower body against UMass in week two, there ...

Indiana Football Is Bleeding Quarterbacks

Monday, January 16th, 2012

With the news that Indiana Hoosier quarterbacks Dusty Kiel and Ed Wright-Baker have left the program coming on the heels of former IU commit Gunner Kiel's commitment to LSU, you'd think things are pretty bad in Bloomington. But that's a tricky statement because things are always bad in Bloomington when ... Still Available

Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

Any chance of Indiana football becoming relevant in my lifetime went kaput on Tuesday when top quarterback recruit Gunner Kiel of Columbus, Ind. committed to LSU. Kiel had originally given Hoosier fans their first glimmer of hope since the Anthony Thompson Era -- or at least since the death of Terry ...

Indiana At Wisconsin: Not In The Face!

Friday, October 14th, 2011

In 2010, the Hoosiers' road trip to Madison ended in an 83-20 beating of historical proportions. This is the game most who follow Indiana football (all five of us!) point to as the reason Bill Lynch was fired at season's end, despite beating rival Purdue in overtime. I maintain it ...

The End Of The Great Recruiter? Locksley Fired From New Mexico

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Three years ago, Mike Locksley was hired to turn around New Mexico's increasingly depressing football program. Long-time head coach Rocky Long had managed a record somewhere near .500 from 1998 to 2008, but he was fired after a four-win 2008 season despite going 9-4 the year before. Three years later, Locksley ...

Indiana Fails Their Way To An 0-2 Start

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

Most people expect a rough transition when a new coach comes in and tries to take players who are, for the most part, used to losing and tries to instill a winning culture in the program. This is why no one freaked out when Indiana and new coach Kevin Wilson ...

Kevin Wilson Solves Hoosiers’ Woes

Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

For decades, Indiana fans have wondered why their football team sucks so badly. Fortunately, new coach Kevin Wilson has finally gotten to the root of the problem. In an earth-shattering decision delivered on Tuesday, Wilson announced that the Hoosiers will be moving their sideline from the west side of Memorial Stadium to ...