Indiana lost in Ann Arbor to Michigan on Saturday night, 29-7. The loss dropped the Hoosiers to 2-7 on the season.

Indiana will not go bowling this season, and they have yet to win a B1G game. The Hoosiers are 0-6 in B1G play for  the year.

The Hoosiers’ offense has been atrocious all season; they have topped 30 points only 3 times. In the other 6 games, they have scored 24 points or less.

One less-than-impressive statistic can point to why the Hoosiers struggle so much to find the end zone. Indiana WRs have not caught a touchdown pass since its week 2 win over FCS Idaho 56-14 when WR Ty Fryfogle and Javon Swinton caught 1 each. It has been 8 weeks since a WR for Indiana has caught a touchdown pass.

Indiana TE Peyton Hendershot has caught 4 touchdown passes and RB Stephen Carr has caught 1 touchdown pass in that window. The Hoosiers have had a grand total of 5 touchdown passes since Week 2 of the college football season.

Indiana is at home this weekend to take on Rutgers at noon ET on BTN.