Nick Mangieri

Indiana Hoosiers #56 - Defensive End

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 260
  • Seasons: JR

Defense will define Indiana moving forward

Indiana coach Kevin Wilson has continued to prove he is one of the brightest offensive minds in college football, and his Hoosier offense should be fine again in 2016. But can a new defensive...

LUNCHTIME LINKS: Football Honors Abound

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Men's Soccer The #16 Hoosiers came up just short against #1 Wake Forest, losing 1-0 to end their season. Indiana finishes the year at 13-5-3. Football The Big Ten Conference released their All...

Indiana at Purdue: Old Oaken Bucket Game Preview

John Shoop and Adolf Hitler could soon be the two most recent men most responsible for three straight Bucket game wins by Indiana.

Penn State-Indiana Game Preview

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Penn State looks to advance to 2-0 in Big Ten play against the resurgent Indiana Hoosiers. Penn State (4-1, 1-0) vs. Indiana (4-1, 0-1) Kickoff: Noon, Beaver...

FIU Looks To Upset Indiana And Get To 2-0

Florida International looks to make it two upset wins in a row with a trip to Bloomington to face the Indiana Hoosiers.

Previewin' Opponent No. 9: Indiana Hoosiers

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Michigan returns to Ann Arbor after yet another tumultuous week off the field, this time taking on the Indiana Hoosiers, who come in with a 3-4 record despite a shocking win at Missouri earlier...

THE CRIMSON QUARRY TALKS IOWA-INDIANA FOOTBALL

Previewing Saturday's Iowa-Indiana showdown.

Interview with the Crimson Quarry

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North Texas's Adam Rosenfield goes behind enemy lines in an interview with Ben R of the Crimson Quarry

Seven Questions with Crimson Quarry

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Ben R. from SB Nation's Indiana blog Crimson Quarry gives us the details on Indiana football and the fall of the B1G.

Indiana's defense still a work in progress

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Indiana moved to a 3-4 in the offseason and has plenty of size, but the front seven isn't making nearly enough plays to be successful so far.

Know Thy Opponent 2014: Indiana Hoosiers

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The Bucket is captive in Bloomington. Can Purdue get it back or will Indiana keep it in consecutive seasons for the first time in 20 years?