Idaho at Indiana Chart and Predictions – The Daily Hoosier

Indiana has a chance to open the season 2-0 on Saturday night when they host Idaho for the second straight season.

The Hoosiers will be looking to avoid disappointment after an emotional 23-20 season-opening win a week ago, getting an FCS Vandals team that turned heads by nearly pulling off a win over Washington State.

We know a lot more about these 2022 Hoosiers heading into Week 2, including the composure of starting quarterback Connor Bazelak, the fast-paced offense of new offensive coordinator Walt Bell, and the return of an aggressive defense that looks for the ball when Tom Allen comes up. took charge of the plays. homework.

Here’s everything you need to know about UI’s week two contest.

IDAHO (0-1) at INDIANA (1-0)

  • Kick off: 8:00 p.m. ET, Saturday
  • Location: Bloomington, Ind., Memorial Stadium (52,656; field turf)
  • TV: Big Ten Network—Matt Schumacker (pbp), J Leman (analyst), Shane Sparks (side)
  • Stream: fox sports
  • Radio: IU Soccer Radio Network
  • Odds: Indiana is a 21.5-point favorite
  • weather at start: 74 degrees, cloudy, wind 4 mph, 24% chance of precipitation.
  • Series: Indiana leads 1-0 (IU won 56-14 in 2021)
  • The trainers:

Tom Allen he is in his sixth year as head coach at IU. He has a record of 27-32.

jason eck he is in his first year as head coach. He played for Wisconsin from 1995 to 1998.

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The Vandals fell 24-17 in the first week, pushing Washington State to the final whistle before the Cougars sealed the game with a goal-line interception in the last second. The energy is clearly different under first-year head coach Jason Eck and an all-new Vandal staff. It was his first one-touchdown game against a power-five team since 2011.

After a four-way QB battle in fall camp, redshirt freshman Gevani McCoy played well in his second career start going 21-32 for 212 yards with a TD.

True freshman running backs Anthony Woods and wide receiver Jordan Dwyer made their college debuts with impressive results. Woods rushed nine times for 50 yards to lead all Idaho running backs. Dwyer caught three passes for 39 yards, including a 23-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter.

The Vandals won possession time by controlling the ball for more than 36 minutes. The Vandals were 3-6 on fourth down, and Idaho forced three WSU fumbles, winning the turnover battle 3-2 and returning a fumble for a touchdown.


Passing: Gevani McCoy — 21 of 32, 212 yards, 1 TD/2 INT
Rushing: Anthony Woods – 9 for 50 yards
Reception: Jermaine Jackson – 5 for 110 yards
Tackles: Fa’Avae Fa’Avae, LB – 11 tkls, 1.0 TFL, 1.0 sack, 1 FF


Idaho did enough last week to make you think they’ll test Indiana a little more than they did a year ago. But IU is bigger and more athletic, and their depth should give them a big advantage on special teams. Filled with new faces in new systems, the Hoosiers should learn from their first week mistakes. And memories of a disastrous 2021 season are still too fresh to be too confident.


CFN: Indiana 48 Idaho 13

ESPN SP+ (Computer) Indiana 36 Idaho 12

ESPN FPI: Indiana 96.3 percent chance

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