Hoosiers Hit The Road For Clash With Wisconsin

    Go Hoosiers! Wisconsin native John Laihinen
    Go Hoosiers!
    Wisconsin native John Laihinen
    Go Hoosiers!

    Nov. 12, 2013

    Indiana (4-5, 2-3) vs. Wisconsin (7-2, 4-1)
     Date Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013
     Time 11 a.m. CST/Noon EST
     Location Madison, Wis. - Camp Randall Stadium (80,321)
     Television ESPN2 (Bob Wischusen, Rod Gilmore, Quint Kessenich)
     Radio IU Radio Network (Affiliates) | Sirius 135 | XM 196
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    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Opening up a two-game road stretch, the Indiana football team (4-5, 2-3 Big Ten Leaders) will face Wisconsin (7-2, 4-1 Big Ten Leaders) on Saturday, Nov. 16. Kickoff is set for 11 a.m. CST/noon EST at Camp Randall Stadium (80,321; FieldTurf) and ESPN2 will televise the game.

    Kevin Wilson is in his third season as Indiana head coach. Wilson spent the 2002-10 seasons at Oklahoma, where he served as co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach from 2002-05 and as offensive coordinator and tight ends and fullbacks coach from 2006-10.

    Gary Andersen is 7-2 (.778) in his first season as Wisconsin head coach. Andersen owns a 37-33 (.529) overall mark in his sixth season as a head coach with previous stints at Southern Utah (2003) and Utah State (2009-12).

    • Indiana has scored 28-or-more points in 10 straight games dating back to last season, a program record.

    • The Hoosiers 52 points against Illinois tied for the second-most against a Big Ten opponent in school history.

    • With 650 total yards, IU matched a program record (at Kentucky, 1994) and set a Memorial Stadium mark.

    • Indiana's 52 touchdowns are a school single-season record, surpassing the 50 scored in 1988 and 2007.

    Tevin Coleman (215) and Stephen Houston (150) each went over 100 yards for the second straight week. It is the first time in Hoosiers lore the same duo has recorded back-to-back 100-yard games.

    • The last IU player to post consecutive 100-yard games was BenJarvus Green-Ellis back in 2003. Green-Ellis was also the last running back to surpass 200 yards (at Penn State on Nov. 15, 2003).

    • Coleman earned B1G Offensive Player of the Week honors for the first time in his career, as he finished with a career-high 215 yards on 15 carries (14.3 average) with a career-long 75-yard TD and a 64-yard score.

    • He is the first Indiana running back to win the award since Levron Williams on Nov. 12, 2001.

    • The Hoosiers finished with 371 rushing yards, their most since 2001 (at Michigan State on Nov. 10).

    • IU is the only team in the FBS with four players with 100 receptions and 1,000 yards in their careers, the first team since 2011 (Houston and Texas A&M) and the first Big Ten team since 2008 (Northwestern).

    • Indiana is the first team in Big Ten history, the only team in the FBS and the first team since 2011 (Houston) with five 1,000-yard pass-catchers playing together at one time.

    Cody Latimer (118; 1,830), Kofi Hughes (116; 1,722), Shane Wynn (116; 1,367) and Ted Bolser (112; 1,313) have reached 100 and 1,000, while Duwyce Wilson (81 and 1,043) has surpassed 1,000 yards.

    • Bolser is the Hoosiers all-time tight ends leader in yardage and touchdowns (14) and is second in catches. Bob Stephenson (1978-81) holds the all-time record with 115.

    • Latimer collected his fourth 100-yard game in 2013 vs. Illinois and the sixth of his career. He set career-highs with 11 receptions, 189 yards and three scores (tied), which is the second-most in a single game in IU history.

    • Indiana has the third fewest three-and-outs in the country, doing so just 20 times in 132 drives (15.2 percent).

    • The Hoosiers have forced 14 turnovers (eight fumbles) and converted them into 70 points this season.




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