Celebrating 125 Years: Top Games in IU FB History
Aug. 14, 2009
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - In celebration of the 125th year of football at Indiana University, IUHoosiers.com will give Hoosier fans the opportunity to vote for the top 12 games in IU history. Each week during the regular season a game will be revealed, culminating in the No. 1 game in Hoosier lore the week of the Old Oaken Bucket Game.
A panel consisting of former Hoosier players and current football directors of operations Mark Deal and Harold Mauro, former Indiana radio analyst Max Skirvin, current "Voice of the Hoosiers" Don Fischer, current IU pre-game, post-game and halftime voice Joe Smith, Herald-Times reporter Lynn Houser, long-time Hoosier sports information director and current IU assistant athletic director Kit Klingelhoffer and long-time Herald-Times sports editor Bob Hammel deliberated and came up with a list of the top 32 all-time games. Over the next two weeks, IUHoosiers.com will reveal eight games at a time. After all 32 games are unveiled, fans will receive the opportunity to vote for their top 12.
Here are the second eight games on the list:
Indiana 16 Purdue 14
Indiana 20 Notre Dame 7
Indiana 32 Ohio State 10
Indiana 6 Michigan State 0
Indiana 12 Purdue 7
Nov. 17, 1962
West Lafayette, Ind.
Marv Woodson returns an interception 92 yards for a touchdown to give the Hoosiers the Old Oaken Bucket for the first time in 15 years.
Indiana 27 Michigan 20
Indiana 19 Purdue 14
Indiana 20 Washington 13
To see a list of the first eight games click here.
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