You can add Indiana to the growing list of teams from the Big Ten that will not hold a traditional spring game.
The Hoosiers announced Friday afternoon that the Cream & Crimson Game will not be taking place, at least not for Indiana fans to enjoy. The team will still hold a scrimmage indoors without fans being present.
Here is the announcement from the school:
Due to inclement weather, the Cream & Crimson Game is no longer open to the public. It will be played inside Mellencamp Pavilion. We made this decision to ensure the safety of our fans. We look forward to seeing you at Memorial Stadium this fall.
— Indiana Football (@IndianaFootball) April 13, 2018