Indiana lost more than just the game Saturday afternoon in Iowa City. Starting quarterback Nate Sudfeld left the game with a separated shoulder. Read more about that and the rest of our game coverage here.
Indiana fell behind 21-0 early against Iowa, and despite their best efforts, the Hoosiers could never come back. But they lost more than just the game on Saturday afternoon. Starting quarterback Nate Sudfeld left the game in the second quarter with a separated shoulder and did not return. Sudfeld could miss several games.
What does that mean for IU's bowl chances? Is Tevin Coleman the best running back in the country? What's with the slow starts for IU?
Here are the links to all of our coverage. Check back throughout the day and early morning for updates.
Game Story: IU falls at Iowa, 45-29; Sudfeld hurt
Analysis: Can Covington be the answer?
Covington steps in for Sudfeld
Game Analysis: Iowa 45, IU 29
Staff Analysis: One more look back
UPDATED: Nate Sudfeld has separated shoulder
Tevin Coleman surpasses 1,000 yards, leads nation in rushing
Highlights from Indiana-Iowa
VIDEO: Kevin Wilson talks about the loss, QBs
Halftime: Iowa 38, Indiana 21
See what Hoosier fans are saying here