If Indiana is going to upset Nebraska, there’s little doubt the Hoosiers will have to slow down Cornhuskers quarterback Adrian Martinez and wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson.

But that’s easier said than done. Indiana coach Tom Allen is fully aware of this, calling both Martinez and Robinson “special” players on Monday.

“He’s a very, very special player,” Allen added about Robinson. “So dangerous in space.”

Martinez has completed 60.3 percent of his passes for an average of 8.5 yards per attempt. He has 1,244 passing yards, seven touchdowns and five interceptions.

Robinson is listed as a wide receiver, but Nebraska uses him as both a receiver and rusher. He has 214 rushing yards and 336 receiving yards, giving him a team-high 550 yards from scrimmage.

Nebraska has won the last five matchups against Indiana, but the Hoosiers still lead the all-time series, 9-8. The two programs have met just once since Nebraska joined the Big Ten in 2011. The Cornhuskers won that matchup, 27-22, in 2016.

The Nebraska-Indiana showdown this year will kick off at 3:30 pm ET on Saturday.