Indiana will be the first of a slew of B1G spring games taking place this weekend, as the Hoosiers hit the field for the Cream and Crimson game on Friday night.
The scrimmage will be an offense vs. defense format, with traditional scoring in place for the offense and a unique system for the defense. On Thursday, Indiana revealed how the defense will be able to score points in the scrimmage.
Here’s what the system looks like for Friday night:
Spring Game Scoring 📉
Offense ➡️ Standard Scoring
Stop ➡️ 2 pts
3 & Out ➡️ 3 pts
4th Down Stop ➡️ 3 pts
Missed FG ➡️ 3 pts
Takeaway ➡️ 5 pts
Safety ➡️ 5 pts
Defensive TD ➡️ 7 pts pic.twitter.com/CBydkIshvu
— Indiana Football (@IndianaFootball) April 11, 2019
Indiana’s spring game is free and open to the public with a start time set at 7 p.m. ET on Friday night. While there are 10 spring games in the B1G this weekend, the Hoosiers are the only team on the field on Friday night. The other nine games will be held on Saturday.
BTN will broadcast the game live.
The Hoosiers are coming off back-to-back 5-7 seasons and are hoping to make a push for the postseason in 2019.