Indiana Football: All-time top 5 in Passing Yards

BLOOMINGTON, IN - OCTOBER 1: Dameon Willis Jr.
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Indiana Hoosiers football has been around since 1887, who are the top five in program history in passing yards?

Having been around since the late 19th century, Indiana football is one of the oldest programs in the entire country. Now, they may not be the most storied program in terms of national champions, or even bowl games as they are just 3-8 all time in school history, but they have the undesired support of the state of Indiana.

In the early years of the program, things did not go so well for the first 60 or so years. They consistently underachieved, some years not even winning a single game. As it turns out, they only have two conference titles in school history, one back in 1945 and another in 1967. You may not have witnessed the Hoosiers win a Big Ten football title, but odds are your great-great grandparents did during the Prohibition Era.

The majority of top football players in Indiana football history have been in the past 30-50 years. Even though the team has not done that much winning, the teams have been to watch. And boy, have the quarterbacks been able to throw the pigskin down the field.

There have been a few of Indiana football players go on to have long NFL careers, and even Super Bowl winners. Who are the top five in passing yards in Indiana Football history? Let us give you the answers.