Indiana vs Minnesota

Indiana vs Minnesota : The Ncaa College Football Friday night at 8 p.m. ET. The Hoosiers are 2.5-point favorites in the latest Minnesota vs. Indiana odds, while the over-under for total points scored is set at 54. These teams are a combined 1-8 in the Big Ten, plagued by inconsistent play.

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NCAA College Football 2018
Friday, October 26
Indiana vs Minnesota Live
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Hunt is the founder and CEO of Football Gameplan, which has been supplying analysis of all levels of football since 2007. The former running back joined SportsLine in 2016 and has provided his followers with winning seasons in college and pro football. That’s been especially true when picking Hoosiers games, winning his last four spread picks involving the team.

Hunt knows Indiana opened the season 3-0, including a win over ACC contender Virginia, but fortunes flip-flopped once the Big Ten portion of the schedule got going. Two weeks ago, IU bottomed out, losing 42-16 to Iowa, but the Hoosiers rebounded last week, falling just short in a 33-28 loss to No. 17 Penn State. Indiana out-gained the Nittany Lions 554-417.

The offense is young and perhaps poised for a breakout game. Sophomore QB Peyton Ramsey is averaging 276 yards. He has spread the ball around well, with seven receivers grabbing at least 20 receptions and six compiling at least 200 yards. RB Stevie Scott ran for 138 yards and two TDs against Penn State. Among true freshmen, he ranks first nationally in carries (141), second in yards (695) and fourth in TDs (6).

The offense has rebounded after losing star RB Rodney Smith for the season in Week 2. Freshman Mohamed Ibrahim showcase his potential when he ran for 157 yards and two TDs against Ohio State. He’s averaging 5.2 yards per carry.

Minnesota starting QB Zack Annexstad was injured against Nebraska, and his status for Friday night is undisclosed. In his stead, Tanner Morgan threw for 214 yards on 11-of-16 passing against the Huskers. Whoever the QB is, he’ll face a Hoosiers defense that ranks 70th against the run and 74th against the pass.