Indiana is off and running against Idaho, and Javon Swinton has already put together a nice night for the Hoosiers.

Entering Week 2, Tom Allen’s squad is looking to find their way after a rough showing against Iowa. The Hoosiers have done just that, putting up 21 points in the first quarter of action.

The second score of the night came on a perfect pitch-and-catch from Michael Penix Jr. to Swinton. It was a 9-yard fade that executed beautifully:

The third score of the opening quarter came via Indiana’s special teams unit. Indiana broke through to block the punt, and Swinton was there for the easy recovery and his second touchdown of the game.

The Hoosiers should have no issues with the Vandals, and it is good to see the team get off to a hot start in the home opener.