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Nebraska Football

Opposing View: A Matchup 38 Years in the Making

October 13, 2016

It was 1978 the last time the Nebraska and Indiana football teams met. With 38 years between meetings, there's a lot of unknowns between the two programs. To help get a better feel for what the Hoosiers may bring to the table, we compiled a few of the best links from the opposing view to shed some light on what Nebraska has to look forward to against Indiana.

Indianapolis Star

>> Nebraska defensive coordinator Mark Banker accused the Hoosiers of stealing signs. It has added some more interest to Saturday's matchup.

>> Why does Indiana quarterback Richard Lagow wear No. 21? Here's your answer.

>> There is no such thing as a moral victory, but Indiana is starting to get the best of its Big Ten opponents. Thank the Hoosier defense.

The Crimson Quarry

>> It's always interesting to see a game preview from the other side, which is what The Crimson Quarry has provided. Can the Hoosiers defeat the Huskers on homecoming? Maybe.

>> So, about that sign stealing accusation... the reaction from the Hoosiers is pretty funny.

Indiana Daily Student

>> The Hoosiers definitely see Nebraska quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. as a threat. Take a look at what they're keeping an eye on in Bloomington when the Huskers' quarterback comes to town.

>> Indiana's rushing attack needs improvement to defeat Nebraska.

Hoosier State of Mind

>> What are the keys to victory for Indiana? Find out.

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