Indiana and Tom Allen may have played a lesser opponent on Saturday, but the Hoosiers didn’t repeat their previous performance.
Allen and the Hoosiers shut out Charleston Southern 27-0 for the team’s first shutout since 1993. After the game, Allen’s main point was that Indiana did not have any injuries.
Here is what he said:
What Tom Allen said after beating Charleston Southern
Tom Allen said he thinks IU came out of this game clean injury-wise. That's big, given the weather conditions. #iufb
— Seth Tow (@SethTow) October 7, 2017
Tom Allen presser underway. First words: "Anytime you can shut somebody out, I don't care where they are collegiately"
— Mike Pegram (@peegs) October 7, 2017
Tom Allen: "Little soggy from the monsoon we just went through, but really happy with our players."
— Mike Miller (@MikeMillerHT) October 7, 2017
TomAllen said only negative he takes away from tonight's game was the turnovers #iufb
— IUSTV Sports (@IUSTVsports) October 7, 2017