Tag Archives: Nate Sudfeld

Indiana Football – Doormat of the Big Ten looks to get up, fight, and win
August 5, 2014

by Kent Sterling Winning press conferences is not too tough.  You state your goal, talk about how it will be achieved, and then walk confidently from the room.  Indiana Football coaches have won a hell of a lot more press conferences than games over the past 20 years, but things feel different in 2014. The […]

Indiana Loses 41-35 to Navy – Verdict Unanimous; Hoosiers Were “Flat”
September 7, 2013

by Kent Sterling  Coach Kevin Wilson said it.  Receiver Kofi Hughes said it.  Linebacker David Cooper said it.  Tight end Ted Bolser said it.  “We were flat.” “We came out flat.”  “We came out too loose.” You have to hand it to the Hoosiers.  They have no problem identifying their deficiencies. Click here to follow […]

Ahead of the Curve Today Might Be All-Time Best
August 31, 2013

by Kent Sterling The idea is to get better every week.  That what Chris Hagan and I attempt on “Ahead of the Curve” (Saturdays 11a-1p on 1070 the Fan/107.5 FM/1070thefan.com), and each week I believe we have succeeded.  That might have something to do with our lack of satisfaction with previous work, but regardless with […]

Indiana Sets Scoring Record as Hoosiers Throttle Indiana State 73-35 in Opener
August 29, 2013

by Kent Sterling Well, that was different.  Indiana has never piled up that many points in the history of Memorial Stadium, and had a legitimate chance to ring up Indiana State for the most points ever scored by an Indiana team.  Class prevailed, and IU tooknees inside the Indiana State 10 with under 3:00 to […]