Video: Watch all 10 (!) of Indiana's Week 1 touchdowns

What a way to start. Indiana scored its most points since 1901 (76) in its 73-35 season-opening victory over Indiana State on Thursday night. As it is, the Hoosiers’ 73 points set a Memorial Stadium record and marked their highest total in the modern era.

And it all happened so fast. The Hoosiers scored six touchdowns in the first 19 minutes, and they didn’t take the foot off the gas until the final minute. Even more impressive, Indiana played all three of its quarterbacks, with Nate Sudfeld getting the most reps despite Tre Roberson starting.

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See all the scoring plays below:

Indiana Scoreline


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Dave on 8/30/2013 @ 8:36am EDT Said:

I really enjoy BTN. Except when there isn’t a broadcast. Last night, again, IU plays a game and BTN schedules it but doesn’t broadcast it. No scrolling message to explain.

Why does it seem that every year BTN does this same thing?

chonnie bradley on 8/30/2013 @ 11:56am EDT Said:

Should have left Roberson in thru at least halftime. After 130 years of getting trounced week after week, IU has no obligation to ‘let up’, in terms of practicality as we witness ISU score 3 times in 2 minutes, they’re also not good enough to ‘let up’. I think Wisconsin’s win total over IU in the last couple of years is something like 100+ points. Why is the third team taking a knee at the 8 yeard line with 2 1/2 minutes to go?