Tom Allen has things clicking with the Hoosiers, but Indiana is still struggling to impress the CFP Committee.

Over the weekend, Indiana improved to 6-1 on the year with a strong defensive showing in the win over Wisconsin. At the time of the victory, the Badgers were No. 16 on the CFP Rankings, but the loss to the Hoosiers dropped them out of the top 25 altogether.

In one regard, Indiana’s win worked against the Hoosiers as Wisconsin falling out of the top 25 meant the Committee did not put a lot of weight into the win for Allen’s squad. For Allen and the Hoosiers, that is something that is hard to swallow.

To his credit, Allen tweeted out after the latest CFP poll was released to encourage the team to ignore the results, but he also admitted Thursday that he is not deaf or blind. He sees the disrespect and will use it as motivation moving forward.

Jon Blau with the Herald Times shared Allen’s comments from his Thursday radio appearance, including his thoughts on the cancellation of the Old Oaken Bucket and Ohio State getting the nod for the B1G Championship game: