DiNardo's Week 1 Sunday Ruminations

Every Sunday during the college football season, BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo hits Twitter to share his thoughts from the previous day’s slate of games. What did DiNardo have to say about the Big Ten after the opening weekend of the season? Read all of his Sunday Ruminations in this post.

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Indiana tops Indiana State, matches 2011 win total

Tre Roberson threw for a career-high 280 yards and one touchdown, ran for another and led Indiana past in-state rival Indiana State 24-17 Saturday night in the season opener for both teams. The win ended the Hoosiers’ nine-game losing streak. Indiana State dropped to 0-4 all-time against the Hoosiers and 0-10 against Big Ten schools. The Sycamores were led by Shakir Bell, who ran 24 times for 192 yards including a 54-yard touchdown run for the game’s first score.

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Dienhart: My thoughts on Indiana's opening win

Throughout Saturday’s Week 1 action, I offered my snap reactions to all the Big Ten games. Here are my thoughts from the Big Ten’s early games and the afternoon games. Under the lights, Indiana held off instate foe Indiana State to match its 2011 win total, while Michigan was no match for reigning national champ Alabama. See my snap reactions to Indiana’s victory in this post.

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3rd Quarter Recap: Indiana 24, Indiana State 17

Tre Roberson had a productive quarter for Indiana. He threw for 82 yards and ran for nine yards and one touchdown, and the margin is still seven, as the Hoosiers lead 24-17. Indiana opened up the lead, 24-10, after Roberson turned a quarterback sneak into a one-yard touchdown run to end an 11-play, 75-yard drive. Roberson topped 200 yards passing for the game in the quarter, and has plenty of time to add to his 245 total yards through the air.

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2nd Quarter Recap: Indiana 17, Indiana State 10

Indiana’s Stephen Houston led the offense in the second quarter. He ran for 28 yards and one touchdown, and the Hoosiers now lead 17-10. Houston ran 15 yards to paydirt to break the 7-7 standoff in favor of Indiana. The play put the finishing touches on an 11-play, 74-yard scoring drive. The Hoosiers expanded their lead to 17-7 thanks to a 16-play, 65-yard drive that ended when Mitch Ewald made a 31-yard field goal.

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