Indiana trails Missouri 28-14 at the half

The Hoosiers' offense has struggled in the first two quarters. Can IU rebound?

The Hoosiers are off to another slow start against Missouri.

Indiana trails the Tigers 28-14 at halftime in the fourth game of the regular season.

The Hoosiers fell behind 14-0 early despite two interceptions from Greg Heban, but Indiana rebounded with two consecutive touchdowns. Missouri closed the half with 14 straight points, the final seven coming courtesy of a pick six.

The game is setting up for a shootout in the second half. Nate Sudfeld was 19-of-33 for 224 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions in the first half.

Indiana's best first-half performer was wide receiver Cody Latimer, who caught seven balls for 134 yards and a score. Top Stories