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Latest Indiana vs. Ball State News

Wisconsin Badgers head coach Bret Bielema reacts to a missed field goal during the second quarter against the Utah State Aggies at Camp Randall Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE

Snap Reactions: Badgers survive, Hoosiers fall senior writer Tom Dienhart watched every single Big Ten football game on Saturday and churned out his usual Snap Reactions after every set of games. Read his take on the early games here, then his take on the afternoon games here, and his final take in the post below. Ball State 41, Indiana 39 1. The defense still has a ways to go, as the Hoosiers lost to Ball State for the third time in a row. Indiana gave up 440 yards. But, worst of all, the Hoosiers allowed Ball State to drive for a game-winning 42-yard field-goal with

A general view during the fourth quarter between the Ball State Cardinals and Indiana Hoosiers at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-US Presswire

Ball State tops Indiana with last-second FG

Keith Wenning threw for three touchdowns and caught another Saturday, and Steven Schott made a 42-yard field goal as time expired to give Ball State its third straight win over Indiana, 41-39. The winning score was set up by Willie Snead’s diving 18-yard reception as he slid out of bounds with 1 second left. The play was reviewed and the call on the field was upheld. Read the full AP game recap. FOURTH QUARTER: The game between Ball State and Indiana came down to the final play and Steven Schott made a 42-yard field goal as time expired to clinch

Indiana Hoosiers wide receiver Cody Latimer (3) catches a pass in the end zone for a touchdown in the second quarter against the Ball State Cardinals at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-US Presswire

3rd Quarter Recap: Ball State 38, Indiana 25

Ball State’s defense held tough in the third quarter, holding Indiana to 32 total yards of offense and the Cardinals have taken the lead 38-25. Ball State’s front seven stepped up in the quarter, allowing the Hoosiers to gain just 10 rushing yards. The last 14 points have been scored by the Cardinals. Jamill Smith’s 12-yard touchdown pass to Keith Wenning put Ball State on top 31-25, capping off a six-play, 57-yard drive. The Cardinals expanded their lead to 38-25 thanks to an 11-play, 71-yard drive that ended when Wenning found Zane Fakes open for an 11-yard touchdown pass. Ball

Indiana Hoosiers wide receiver Duwyce Wilson (81) is unable to catch a pass while being defended by Ball State Cardinals cornerback Armand Dehaney (13) in the first quarter at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-US Presswire

2nd Quarter Recap: Indiana 25, Ball State 24

Indiana aired it out to the tune of 145 passing yards in the quarter, and the Hoosiers have taken the lead 25-24. Cameron Coffman’s nine-yard touchdown pass to Kofi Hughes finished off a nine-play, 73-yard drive and gave Indiana the lead, 17-14. The Hoosiers’ rushing attack finished with just two carries on that drive. Ball State tied things up at 17 when an eight-play, 52-yard drive ended after Steven Schott drilled a 51-yard field goal. A seven-play, 28-yard scoring drive by the Cardinals snapped the 17-17 tie, as Jahwan Edwards ran one yard to paydirt. Coffman’s three-yard touchdown pass to

1st Quarter Recap: Ball State 14, Indiana 10

In the first quarter, Stephen Houston fought back for Indiana. He ran for 68 yards and one touchdown, but the Hoosiers trail 14-10 at the end of the first quarter. Indiana scored when Mitch Ewald kicked a 46-yard field goal to clinch an eight-play, 46-yard drive, giving the Hoosiers the game’s first lead. Keith Wenning’s two-yard touchdown pass to Zane Fakes put Ball State on top 7-3, capping off a five-play, 56-yard drive. The Cardinals added to their advantage when Wenning and Willie Snead combined for a 34-yard touchdown, the last of a four-play, 45-yard drive to give Ball State

Mark Dantonio

Week 3 Previews: Spartans-Irish headline slate

Every week, I rank the Big Ten’s slate of games. Where does your team’s Week 3 game fall on my list? Find out in this post. Remember, on gameday, editors provide Rapid Recaps with quarterly updates from every game. And at the end of each game, I post my Saturday Snap Reactions. Bookmark your game now and come back to track it: Illinois vs. Charleston Southern; Indiana vs. Ball State; Iowa vs. Northern Iowa; Michigan vs. Massachusetts; Michigan State vs. Notre Dame; Minnesota vs. Western Michigan; Nebraska vs. Arkansas State; Northwestern vs. Boston College; Ohio State vs. California; Penn

Revsine's Numbers: Stats weren't too pretty

Wow. Last week didn’t go so well. It was a not a pretty scene, as we sat, mouths agape, in the BTN green room and watched the Big Ten Conference suffer through a difficult Saturday. And that wasn’t just because Gerry DiNardo was drooling. Sorry, too easy. Not true. Though he did pull out his ubiquitous hankie a few times. Anyway, I know that when we launched back in 2007 there was a fear that we might be the TV equivalent of Pravda circulating only the positive spin on the news out of the Kremlin. I hope we’ve shown over

Troy Stoudermire

Dienhart: 12 Big Ten questions for Week 3

Another Saturday looms. And, I still have questions. For example, can the Iowa offense finally get started? Here are my most pressing queries for each Big Ten team entering Week 3. Read all of my Big Ten coverage here and don’t forget to send any of your questions my way for my weekly Big Ten Mailbag. Illinois Can the Fighting Illini win if Nathan Scheelhaase isn’t playing quarterback? The attack struggled in a loss at Arizona State with Reilly O’Toole and Miles Osei under center with Scheelhaase out with an ankle injury. O’Toole hit 10-of-14 passes for 54 yards with

Michael Buchanan

Week 3: We predict all 12 Big Ten games

Every week,’s Brent Yarina (@BTNBrentYarina) and Tom Dienhart (@BTNTomDienhart) offer their predictions for each Big Ten football game. We also provide a poll for all of the games so fans can vote for their winners. After two weeks, it’s Tom and fans on top, at 19-5, while Brent is in the cellar, at 17-7. See our Week 3 predictions and choose your winners in this post. SEASON RECORDS fans: 19-5; .792 Tom: 19-5; .792 Brent: 17-7; .708 Charleston Southern (0-2) vs. Illinois (1-1) – noon ET, BTN/BTN2Go Tom’s pick: Illinois, 33-7 – The Fighting Illini won’t need

Dienhart: Q&A with Indiana's Greg Heban

Defense rarely has been a strength at Indiana in the last 20 years. But Indiana defensive back Greg Heban is trying to change that. The Hoosiers are off to a 2-0 start, brimming with confidence and in search of their first bowl since 2007 and just second postseason game since 1993. The program hasn’t won a bowl since downing Baylor in 1991 in the now-defunct Cooper Bowl. Last season, Indiana’s defense ranked last in the Big Ten overall (458.7 ypg), last vs. the rush (243.7 ypg), eight vs. the pass (215.0 ypg) and last in scoring (37.3 ppg). But things