Indiana Football Schedule 2021: Analysis, Best and Worst Case Scenarios

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Indiana Football Schedule 2021: Analysis, Best and Worst Case Scenarios

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Indiana Football Schedule 2021: Analysis, Best and Worst Case Scenarios

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Breaking down and analyzing the 2021 Indiana Hoosiers football schedule with the best and worst case scenarios.


Indiana Football Schedule 2021

Full schedule analysis with best and worst scenarios below

2021 Big Ten Football Schedule

Sept. 4 at Iowa

Sept. 11 Idaho

Sept. 18 Cincinnati

Sept. 25 at WKU

Oct. 2 at Penn State

Oct. 9 OPEN DATE

Oct. 16 Michigan State

Oct. 23 Ohio State

Oct. 30 at Maryland

Nov. 6 at Michigan

Nov. 13 Rutgers

Nov. 20 Minnesota

Nov. 27 at Purdue

Dec. 4 Big Ten Championship (in Indianapolis)

Games vs. The West: at Iowa, Minnesota, at Purdue

Missed Teams From The West: Illinois, Nebraska, Northwestern, Wisconsin

Indiana Hoosiers Football Schedule Analysis: The Hoosiers start out with the nasty interdivisional game right out of the gate. After going to Iowa, they get a warm-up against Idaho to get ready for a showdown against Cincinnati that will be a make-or-break moment for the 2021 team’s credibility.

The Penn State and Michigan games are on the road, but they get Michigan State and Ohio State in Bloomington. The finishing kick isn’t all that bad with Rutgers and Minnesota at home and with a trip to Purdue to finish it off.

Indiana Hoosiers Football Schedule Best Case Scenario: Indiana pulls off the win at Iowa and holds up against Cincinnati on the way to a great 4-0 start. They go 2-2 against the big boys in the East – Ohio State, Michigan, Penn State and Michigan State – and roll through everyone else as they flirt with a ten-win season.

Indiana Hoosiers Football Schedule Worst Case Scenario: IU drops the date at Iowa and loses to Cincinnati to sour the season before it starts. After losing at Penn State, they can’t take advantage of the week off and lost to Michigan State as part of an ugly run without much of a positive break. To cap off the disappointing year, the Hoosiers lose at Purdue to miss out on a bowl appearance.

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