Four teams entered the College Football Playoffs on December 28, 2019, but on the second Sunday of the new Decade, the final two teams went head to head a the Mercedes Benz Super Dome. LSU and Clemson came into the game with immaculate records of 14-0 to see who would be deemed champion.
Indiana State will face their biggest opponent left on the schedule this Saturday, taking on the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. While both teams were 3-3 on October 12, each team has gone opposite directions. ISU is looking to break their three-game losing, and UNI is looking to extend their winning streak to four games. If ISU is wanting to finish the season at .500, they will have to win this game against a tough Panther squad.
It was a sunny but brisk forty-six-degree day in Terre Haute when the Indiana States football team took on Southern Illinois University at Memorial Stadium this past Saturday. The Salukis would leave the with a 23-14 win in what was a very even game on both sides of the ball. After today’s game, SIU now is the leader of the all-time head-to-head matchup between the two schools, earning their 29th win compared to ISU’s 28.
The Indianapolis Colts came up short in Pittsburgh against the Steelers on Sunday afternoon. The Colts were ravaged by injuries both before and during the game. The list of players that would not start consisted of defensive backs Pierre Desir and Quincy Wilson and star receiver TY Hilton. As the game progressed the Colts lost Center Ryan Kelly and starting quarterback Jacoby Brissett.
The Indianapolis Colts picked up where they left off before their bye week this Sunday against the Houston Texans. After beating the odds in Arrow Head against the Chiefs, the Colts got a much needed break to give some beat up players’ time to recuperate. The Colts came out of the bye week against the Texans with a chance to take the AFC South lead.
Indiana State returns to Memorial Stadium to try to get back to five-hundred on the season and in conference play in the 2019 season after an extremely abysmal outing last Saturday versus Missouri Valley Conference foe South Dakota. Losing 38-0, ISU looks to get back to what they do well and prevail against the Leathernecks from Macomb, Illinois. With Western Illinois being winless so far this year, a hungry team will be coming to Terre Haute as the underdogs, hoping to take down the Sycamores. With both teams coming off of losses but of different calibers both will be trying to reset this week and get their minds right for the sixth game of the season.