In honor of IU’s surprising loss to Michigan State, here is the Top Ten Reasons that IU Football Sucks…
10. At Indiana University, basketball and soccer rule.
With five NCAA National Championship Banners hanging in Assembly Hall and six NCAA National Championship Banners hanging in Bill Armstrong Stadium, and only eight, eight visits to a bowl game in the history of IU Football, it’s clear that nobody here cares about football. Bring on the round ball sports!
9. Two different coaches in the last five years.
If you chahge the direction and leadership if your program that quickly, you can’t expect anything except to be consistently bad.
8. Pass defense
You mean they can throw the ball? WOW, novel concept. Less passes = less interceptions.
7. The Second Half.
Hey coach, I have something for you all to work on in practice Monday… SCORING IN THE SECOND HALF! How do you go from being in the lead 20-7 to losing it AND, what’s more, the game.
6. Missed field goal attempts.
I have seen too many IU football games lost by a field goal to not include this high on the list.
5. Run defense
After seeing the second half of play vs. Michigan State, I have realized that we all were tricked into believeing that we were going to have a decent season this year/
4. Matt LoVeccio
Game clock, anyone? Matt, do you know what a game clock is? No coach, I’ve never heard of one before.
As everyone knows, it’s always the official’s fault that anyone loses a game, NOT the student section that was heckling the stripes before the game started.
2. Jerry DiNardo
Student of Football for Dummies
And the number one reason that IU football sucks is…
1. What is IU football?
Nobody in this state/country cares about IU football.
The End-of-the-Blog Rundown
Song of the Day – Likes of You Again – Flogging Molly
Quote of the Day – Hey Chewbacca, where’s R2?” –Chad heckling number 96 on the MSU bench for his long out-of-the back orange hair that was obviously died.
Hero of the Day – Chris for making sure I was awake this morning.
Current Mood – – Aggravated because of the IU home loss to a team we should have beaten.