B1G teams, beware: Bloomington has been declared a major no-fly zone.

Tom Allen’s Indiana squad and its defense just continue to roll and get better from week-to-week. Though some may have expected a sluggish performance after the loss to Ohio State, that has not happened for the Hoosier defense.

Tiawan Mullen started the big plays by recording an interception off a crazy tip-drill style interception. It put a quick end to a drive that was rolling right down the field by the Terrapins:

In the second quarter, it was Jaylin Williams that came up with the second interception of the game, though this play ended on a weird note. Williams recorded a big runback after the pick, but he was later stripped of the ball with the Terrapins recovering to take it right back:

After picking off Justin Fields three times last weekend, Indiana has already picked off Taulia Tagovailoa twice. That now gives the Hoosiers multiple interceptions in every game they have played this season. Even more remarkable, the team has at least three interceptions three times in 2020.