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Indiana football against Ole Miss

 Indiana football against Ole Miss 

After losing two points in most games, Indiana returned in the fourth quarter but did not achieve anything.

The Hoosiers' defeat in the final against the Ole Miss resulted in a 26-20 loss in the Inland Bowl on Saturday afternoon.

The Hoosiers (6-2) have not won a match since 1991 and have now lost their last six games after the season.

"It really frustrates our players," said Indiana coach Tom Allen. "I'm very proud of our men, but it's going to hurt for some time."

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Since their last match against Wisconsin on December 5, the slow motion of Indiana may be a by-product of their long time. Due to the team's COVID-19 problem, Indiana has missed the last two regular games of the season. This resulted in limited training time prior to the bowl match.

Lost preparation time caused a 4-5 Ole Miss to lose the bowl, a hindrance to what was originally a historic Indiana season.

For most of the match, the team performed poorly in attack and defense, but dropped 20-6 with a 9:20 left in the third quarter. After taking a penalty in the middle of the third quarter, the Hoosiers used 11 impulsion matches in nearly a 7-minute drive to make the 3-yard run with Stevie Scott's Wildcat a singles match.

In the next match, Hoosiers let the Ole Miss attack continue, but was blocked when Luke Logan missed his 37-yard field goal. Indiana relegated again, Scott made a head-to-head surprise in the match with 5:58 remaining at 20: 5, and Scott landed again.

After that, Ole Miss wasted no time, landing at 1:46 and was reduced by a 26-20 lead. Logan misses the bonus points, giving Indiana a chance.

The Indiana state final kicked off tough, with 35 Ole Miss yards in streak with 1:18 remaining before the team exploded. In 2nd and 12th, Indiana midfielder Jack Tuttle held the ball for a long time and lost 6 yards and who was playing with a shoulder injury. Two incomplete accidents followed and the Indiana season ended.

I have to throw the ball away, ”Tuttle said. The fourth time, I had to give someone a chance ... but it didn't work. "

Before the final, there were many chances throughout the match because Indiana was not taking advantage and had to play from behind. The match's two best attacking attempts were thwarted by their mistakes.

Before halftime, when he fell to 13-3 with 2:43, Indiana had a chance to close the gap until Tuttle threw a decisive objection on the 15-yard Ole Miss. While driving in the third quarter, Whop Philyor in Indiana lost his way in Ole Miss's 49-yard winning streak.

As a defensive-grown team, the rise of attack and twists and twists and turns in Indiana are crucial compared to Miss Oli's unparalleled one .

Besides the fact that the defense does not impose rotation, the team is among the worst performers this year. Miss Ole quarterback Matt Coral has more yards throughout the season than any other quarterback player in Indiana. A sophomore threw a 342-yard red shirt with two touchdowns.

The fast-paced Ole Miss kept the Indiana defense on alert and quickly tired him out. Hoosier's exhausted defense also allowed 147 yards and Corral's pass width to be fast.

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