ANN ARBOR, Mich. — While Michigan has dominated its all-time series against Indiana, a few recent scores jump out.
These aren’t your typical college football scores.
Michigan-Indiana, it seems, has become a “defense-optional” matchup in recent years. In four of the last five meetings between the Hoosiers and the Wolverines, the two teams have combined for at least 69 points, including 89 points last year in a double-overtime game in Bloomington, and 110 points in 2013.
Indiana-Michigan results in the last five meetings
Michigan leads the all-time series 55-9.
Indiana doesn’t have the same scoring numbers this year as it has had in the past, but the Hoosiers run a no-huddle, up-tempo offense. Indiana has improved defensively this year under first-year coordinator Tom Allen, but the Hoosiers still allow an average of 28.4 points a game this season.
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