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BLOOMINGTON — After a feel-good week off a home-opening win against Idaho, Indiana will get a chance to return to national relevance Saturday when it hosts No. 8 Cincinnati (noon, ESPN).

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BLOOMINGTON – In making the transition from tackle to guard on Indiana’s offensive line, third-year sophomore Matthew Bedford studied several NFL players, including one not too far from IU’s campus.

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BLOOMINGTON — When Indiana wide receiver D.J. Matthews ran a punt back 81 yards for a touchdown Saturday against Idaho, his biggest fan wasn’t in the stands but cheering a few states south as she watched her dad on TV.

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BLOOMINGTON — In its first home game in front of full fans since 2019, Indiana regained whatever confidence it may have lost in its season-opening drubbing at Iowa.

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BLOOMINGTON — Shortly after Indiana’s 34-6 loss at Iowa last week, defensive lineman Ryder Anderson vowed it wouldn’t define the rest of the season.

editor's pick featured

BLOOMINGTON — Indiana released its 2021-22 men’s basketball schedule Tuesday, which will include a few non-conference tests before the grind of a 20-game Big Ten schedule.

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BLOOMINGTON — From personal fouls to false starts and offensive pass interference calls, Indiana was sloppy in its season opener against Iowa.

editor's pick featured

Indiana offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan took responsibility for a season opener at Iowa that resulted in no touchdowns, six points and three turnovers that led to 17 points for the Hawkeyes.

editor's pick featured

BLOOMINGTON — After a feel-good week off a home-opening win against Idaho, Indiana will get a chance to return to national relevance Saturday when it hosts No. 8 Cincinnati (noon, ESPN).

  • Updated

BLOOMINGTON – In making the transition from tackle to guard on Indiana’s offensive line, third-year sophomore Matthew Bedford studied several NFL players, including one not too far from IU’s campus.

editor's pick featured

BLOOMINGTON — When Indiana wide receiver D.J. Matthews ran a punt back 81 yards for a touchdown Saturday against Idaho, his biggest fan wasn’t in the stands but cheering a few states south as she watched her dad on TV.

  • Updated

BLOOMINGTON — In its first home game in front of full fans since 2019, Indiana regained whatever confidence it may have lost in its season-opening drubbing at Iowa.

editor's pick featured

BLOOMINGTON — Shortly after Indiana’s 34-6 loss at Iowa last week, defensive lineman Ryder Anderson vowed it wouldn’t define the rest of the season.

editor's pick featured

BLOOMINGTON — Indiana released its 2021-22 men’s basketball schedule Tuesday, which will include a few non-conference tests before the grind of a 20-game Big Ten schedule.

  • Updated

BLOOMINGTON — From personal fouls to false starts and offensive pass interference calls, Indiana was sloppy in its season opener against Iowa.

editor's pick featured

Indiana offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan took responsibility for a season opener at Iowa that resulted in no touchdowns, six points and three turnovers that led to 17 points for the Hawkeyes.

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LINDA and JAMES MATTINGLY — A joint funeral service for married couple Linda Grace (Helm) Mattingly and James Vernon Mattingly was held Saturday at Ed Lee Mortuary, North Chapel, with Debbie Payne officiating. A private service is being planned for a later date.