Indiana at least has one thing to celebrate today even though their Outback Bowl is going terribly.

Hoosiers kicker Charles Campbell converted on a 53-yard field goal to cut the Ole Miss lead to seven (for a time). It’s the longest in Hoosiers history and also set a record for the longest kick made at the Outback Bowl:

For the season, this was Campbell’s second kick of 50+ yards that was converted. The previous one came against Michigan on Nov. 7. He’s also hit on all 23 of his extra-point attempts this season. Field goals wise, he was 8-for-9 coming into this game.


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After this kick got Indiana back in the game though, Ole Miss would go on to extend their lead to two touchdowns. The Rebels are now up 20-6 on the Hoosiers as the game gets closer to the end of the third quarter.

You can see the remainder of the game on ABC.