The Indiana football team is (hopefully) less than five months away from opening their season at Wisconsin. Where do they rank in our early Big Ten Power Rankings?
With the loss of spring football, it has left us with more questions than answers about how teams might look come the fall. The quarterback battles for one are going to be very interesting with the lack of time to prepare for the upcoming season. Other position battles and replacing players that have left will be interesting to see how they shape up for when schools are finally allowed to practice again.
Hopefully, that is the only thing that is a question and we are able to have the season start on time. If everything stays on schedule the Hoosiers will open their season on September 4th when they visit the Wisconsin Badgers. It is a tough opener for Indiana as they must travel to one of the toughest places to play in the Big Ten against the reigning West champions.
The Hoosiers, though, look to be in as good of shape coming into a season as they have in a long time. They return starting sill players in quarterback Michael Penix Jr. wide receiver Whop Philyor and Ty Fryfogle, and running back Stevie Scott. They are part of what could be one of the most potent offenses in the conference this year.
Where exactly then do the Hoosiers fit in the Big Ten this year? We take a look with our early Big Ten Power Rankings.