The Indiana Hoosiers New-Look Rushing Attack Shows a Lot of Potential

The Indiana Hoosiers have added a new look to their offense that has created dangerous potential and good early returns in the rushing attack.

Fresh off a 42-36 victory over Maryland, the Indiana Hoosiers (4-4, 2-3) create a sense of clear and present danger for the final month of football and the push for a bowl game. Scout takes a deeper look inside the evolving run game.

  • The Hoosiers debuted a new look against Maryland with QB Zander Diamont and Tyler Natee both in the backfield
  • Indiana ran for a season-high 414 yards against Maryland, with more than 100 from Diamont, Natee and Devine Redding
  • Five different Hoosiers ran for touchdowns in the same game. That's the first time since a win over FCS Murray State eight years ago
  • Natee brings the added threat of high-school experience at quarterback. He ranked as Texas' No. 10 ATH in 2016
  • The traditional attack with Richard Lagow is also a threat
  • Devine Redding and Mike Majette have combined for 900 yards at 4.7 per carry this season
  • Indiana's next target is Rutgers Scarlet – the worst rushing defense in the Big Ten at 261.1 per game

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