Indiana wasn’t able to take that next step this weekend. The Hoosiers have done a lot of positive things this season, but snapping losing streaks to Michigan and Ohio State that date back over 30 years was not one of them.

The Hoosiers hosted Michigan in Bloomington on Saturday, hoping to snap the Wolverines’ 23-game winning streak in the head-to-head series. IU got off to a good start, taking an early touchdown lead in the game, but once Michigan got things rolling, Indiana was in trouble.

Michigan cruised to a 39-14 win over Indiana, outscoring the Hoosiers 18-0 in the second half. After the game, IU head coach Tom Allen said the outcome was disappointing, taking responsibility for the effort.

“We didn’t play well on both sides of the football. Disappointed. It’s on me,” Allen said, according to Kevin Brockway of CNHI Indiana.

Allen also said the Hoosiers didn’t win enough one-on-one matchups and that Michigan proved to be too dominant at the line of scrimmage, particularly on defense.

Indiana still sits at 7-4 on the season with a chance to hit the eight-win mark. Next week, the Hoosiers travel to West Lafayette to take on Purdue (4-7) in the season finale.

The Hoosiers still have not beaten the Wolverines since 1987, adding to the frustration of Saturday’s loss.