Indiana WR blasts ESPN for labeling No. 12 Indiana's win over No. 16 Wisconsin an 'upset'
Improving to 6-1, the No. 12 Indiana Hoosiers knocked off the No. 16 Wisconsin Badgers, 14-6, at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison on Saturday.
Airing on ABC, ESPN Tweeted the following once the game went final.
Indiana players had to hype up their coach up after upsetting No. 16 Wisconsin ❤️ pic.twitter.com/ZGczU6ceLF
— ESPN (@espn) December 6, 2020
One Hoosier, senior wide receiver Whop Philyor, had no issue calling the network out for labeling the victory an “upset.”
— Whop Philyor™ (@SuperstarWhop) December 6, 2020
Leading Indiana with 47 yards and a score on four catches on Saturday, Philyor, a native of Tampa, Florida, is ninth in the Big Ten Conference this season with 414 yards on 36 receptions. His teammate, fellow senior Ty Fryfogle, paces the league with 687 yards, while hauling in 34 passes.
The Hoosiers will round out their regular season in Bloomington against the Purdue Boilermakers (2-4) on December 12; Wisconsin (2-2) will hit the road to battle the No. 19 Iowa Hawkeyes (5-2).