Tom Allen explains how Indiana is preparing to deal with noise at Nebraska
On Saturday, Indiana will be traveling to take on Nebraska for a 3:30 p.m. ET kickoff. The game between the Hoosiers and Cornhuskers will be televised on BTN.
While Indiana owns a 5-2 record compared to Nebraska’s 4-3, Hoosiers coach Tom Allen knows that Nebraska’s stadium is going to be loud. It’ll be rocking.
After all, it’s Nebraska.
On Thursday, he explained to the media how he is getting his team ready to deal with all the noise that will be going on in Lincoln:
Tom Allen knows that playing in front of 90,000 rabid Nebraska fans Saturday will be a difficult task for his young Hoosier squad & he wants them to know what it will be like before they get there. Here's how he prepared them… #iufb pic.twitter.com/HQ7fd1fbEk
— Indiana Sports Beat Radio w/Jim Coyle🎙️ (@jimcoyleISB) October 24, 2019
Indiana has won three of its last four games coming into this Big Ten clash and is just one win away from becoming bowl eligible. If the Hoosiers can deal with the noise and exit Lincoln with a victory, a 6-2 record next to its name will be quite something for a team that hasn’t been a part of the AP top 25 for over 25 years now.