Indiana fans can't storm the field after Hoosiers win over Michigan, so they had an alternate plan
Indiana fans had to get a little creative after the Hoosiers’ 38-21 victory in Bloomington on Saturday.
Without the ability to rush the field, Indiana fans settled for gathering outside Memorial Stadium and chanting things like, “We want Bama!”
IU fans chanting “we want bama” pic.twitter.com/VotEeMdhfV
— angelique (@chengelis) November 7, 2020
— Zach Osterman (@ZachOsterman) November 7, 2020
Alabama might be a bit of a stretch, but Tom Allen’s squad has been extremely impressive this season. This marks the first time the Hoosiers are 3-0 in the Big Ten since 1988.
After a few minutes, a few Hoosiers players came out to greet the group of fans. This is a pretty cool moment:
A couple IU players just made an appearance. pic.twitter.com/dtwZ0OdyNN
— phil (@PhillipHoosier) November 7, 2020
It’s also the first time Indiana has defeated Michigan since 1987. The Wolverines had won 24 straight matchups in this series.
The Hoosiers got a big-time performance from quarterback Michael Penix Jr. He completed 30-of-50 passes for 342 yards and three touchdowns. Receiver Ty Fryfogle also had a career day, catching seven passes for 142 yards and a score.
Indiana is in action again next week against Michigan State.