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Indiana Hoosiers

Indiana Hoosiers

Background - Indiana Hoosiers

Fall, 1889
Indiana was defeated by Wabash, 40-2, and failed to hold enough player interest to play any more games that year.

Fall, 1891
Robert G. Miller, a former Bloomington attorney, came to IU as a law student and brought a football with him. Billy Herod, of Indianapolis, was named coach. Herod never played football but had seen it played in the East. Indiana lost to DePauw, Wabash, Butler, and Purdue.

Fall, 1892
It was a struggle to keep a team and Indiana was forced to forfeit its final contest vs. DePauw. Indiana did defeat Butler and Wabash to finish the season 2-2.


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Indiana Hoosiers vs. Indiana State Sycamores Aug 30, 2014
Sat 12:00PM
Memorial Stadium - IN
Bloomington, IN
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Missouri Tigers vs. Indiana Hoosiers Sep 20, 2014
Sat TBA
Faurot Field
Columbia, MO
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Indiana Hoosiers vs. Maryland Terrapins Sep 27, 2014
Sat TBA
Memorial Stadium - IN
Bloomington, IN
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Indiana Hoosiers vs. North Texas Mean Green Oct 4, 2014
Sat TBA
Memorial Stadium - IN
Bloomington, IN
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Iowa Hawkeyes vs. Indiana Hoosiers Oct 11, 2014
Sat TBA
Kinnick Stadium
Iowa City, IA
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Indiana Hoosiers vs. Michigan State Spartans Oct 18, 2014
Sat 3:30PM
Memorial Stadium - IN
Bloomington, IN
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Michigan Wolverines vs. Indiana Hoosiers Nov 1, 2014
Sat TBA
Michigan Stadium
Ann Arbor, MI
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Indiana Hoosiers vs. Penn State Nittany Lions Nov 8, 2014
Sat TBA
Memorial Stadium - IN
Bloomington, IN
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Rutgers Scarlet Knights vs. Indiana Hoosiers Nov 15, 2014
Sat TBA
High Point Solutions Stadium
Piscataway, NJ
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Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Indiana Hoosiers Nov 22, 2014
Sat TBA
Ohio Stadium
Columbus, OH
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Indiana Hoosiers vs. Purdue Boilermakers Nov 29, 2014
Sat TBA
Memorial Stadium - IN
Bloomington, IN
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Jimmy V Classic: Villanova vs. Illinois & Indiana vs. Louisville Dec 9, 2014
Tue TBA
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
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Indiana Hoosiers

Indiana Hoosiers

Fall, 1884
The IU student newspaper made its first reference to football by reporting that a team was being organized.

Fall, 1885
A Yale graduate, professor Arthur B. Woodford, came to Indiana to teach political and social science and during the next year he introduced football to Indiana University. Woodford coached the Hoosiers from 1887 to 1888.

Fall, 1887
The initial Indiana football team plays its first game and loses to Franklin, 10-8. The squad, captained by Harry Wise, its fullback, went into its first game, "unaware of the bruising body contact that would ensue," carrying "only one substitute, and a sophomore named Ellis." The team complained that it was hampered by having no reserves to play against in practice. The campus newspaper challenged the student body: "If the boys of Indiana University have any pride in college athletics, let them go to the grounds, divest themselves of coats and vests and give the players practice."

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