WR Tevin Coleman's huge day spurred the Indiana Hoosiers (2-1) to one of the biggest wins in their program's history, upending the #18 Missouri Tigers by a score of 31-27.
Coleman had 192 total yards on the day, including 132 yards receiving. Most of those came in the second half, as his 44-yard reception on Indiana's six-play, 75-yard final drive helped seal it for the Hoosiers, as DeAngelo Roberts put the Hoosiers up for good just two plays later.
It was an offensive slugfest the entire day, with both teams approaching 500 yards of total offense in a back-and-forth struggle. However, Indiana QB Nate Sudfield (18-of-33, 252 yards, 1 TD) made the plays when necessary to make the Hoosiers' upset bid a reality.
This marks the first time since 2006 that Indiana has knocked off a ranked opponent.Back to the NCAA Newsfeed