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Indiana plays Georgia Southern on Saturday, Sept. 23.

Indiana-Georgia Southern football tickets: Buy, sell tickets for Hoosiers game (09/23/2017)

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Indiana football tickets are on sale now. Get tickets for the September 23, 2017 home game against Georgia Southern at The Hoosiers are 1-1 this season.

The cheapest seats are available for $18. Buy them here.

Indiana football tickets: Buy, sell tickets

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Indiana football schedule

Date Opponent Time TV
9/23 Georgia Southern 3:30 p.m. BTN
9/30 at Penn State 3:30 p.m. BTN
10/7 Charleston Southern TBA TBA
10/14 Michigan Noon TBA
10/21 at Michigan State 3:30 or 4 p.m. TBA
10/28 at Maryland 3:30 or 4 p.m. TBA
11/4 Wisconsin TBA TBA
11/11 at Illinois TBA TBA
11/18 Rutgers TBA TBA
11/25 at Purdue TBA TBA

Latest Indiana news

The Hoosiers did not play last weekend due to a cancellation of their game with Florida International because of Hurricane Irma.

FIU game rescheduled to 2024

It was announced last week that this past Saturday’s cancelled game against the Panthers has been rescheduled and will be played on Aug. 31, 2024.

The almost seven-year wait is likely because of scheduling for both teams and finding an open date.

Hoosiers fill open spot on schedule

Since the game with the Panthers had to be cancelled, the Hoosiers were missing a game in their schedule and immediately went to work trying to find a team to add.

They quickly found Charleston Southern and the two teams will play on the Hoosiers’ bye week of Oct. 7 in Bloomington with time to be announced.

Former Hoosier RB charged in homicide

Former running back Camion Patrick, who’s career came to an end in July, has been charged in a fatal stabbing in Tennessee. Patrick, 22, was arrested by university police in Bloomington last week in connection with a fatal stabbing.

His brother, Isaiah Wright, 20, was also arrested.

Kevin Wilson accused of player mistreatment

It’s no secret Wilson, the former Hoosier head coach, was let go from his job last December after the university investigated him for player mistreatment.

Earlier this week, another former player came out and accused Wilson, now serving as the Ohio State offensive coordinator, of mistreatment. Coray Keel, a former wide receiver, told Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star that Wilson and his staff’s treatment led him to transfer from the program after one year.

“I would hear coaches come up to me and tell me I’m not [crap], I’m not this and that,” Keel said. “It was Kevin Wilson and position coaches, but mostly Kevin Wilson,” Keel said. “Every day, it was a constant reminder of how much I wasn’t doing good, and how I was doing more harm as a scout-team player, not giving the team the right looks. I was the reason we were losing, the reason why we were not doing good.”

Keel suffered a concussion in 2014 and redshirted that season, playing on the scout team before transferring to a junior college and eventually ending his football career.