Indiana falls to Michigan, 34-10

The Hoosiers struggled to get anything going Saturday in Ann Arbor and dropped to 3-5 on the season.

A rough season got even rougher for the Hoosiers on Saturday.

Facing an opponent struggling just as much as they were, the Hoosiers dropped an ugly 34-10 decision at Michigan in the Big House on Saturday afternoon.

Indiana (3-5, 0-4 Big Ten) managed only 51 yards of total offense in the first half and was held scoreless. The Hoosiers scored a field goal early in the third quarter and got a defensive stop, but freshman quarterback Alexander Diamont fumbled on IU's next possession and the Wolverines would never look back.

Tevin Coleman kept his strong season alive with 108 yards on 27 carries, but he was the lone bright spot for the Hoosiers on this day. Diamont completed 5-of-8 passes for only 24 yards. Indiana has totaled only 36 passing yards in the last two games. That's incredible.

Indiana's defense was OK, but wasn't great. The Hoosiers allowed 404 yards of total offense, including 184 on the ground.

Terry and the rest of the staff will have plenty more coverage from Ann Arbor tonight. Top Stories