Tom Allen expects a lot of his offense. One of the things he expects is his team to finish drives per Pete DiPrimio of

Finishing drives was not something that Indiana did well against Cincinnati in Week 4. The Hoosiers could not match the Bearcats’ scoring, which was was partly due to the team’s issues stalling on drives.

Before Indiana knew it, it was down 38-10 going into halftime. Allen stated that their is a fine balance between execution and consistency. This was especially true in the red zone.

“It’s not enough points, not enough consistency in that execution,” he says. “We haven’t finished drives. That’s a big focus. It’s got to be. You’ve got to score touchdowns in the red zone. I want to see more consistency.”

The Indiana offense could have a chance to rebound offensively with one of the worst defenses in the B1G up next. Nebraska is last in the B1G in total yards allowed, passing yards allowed, rushing yards allowed, and points allowed per game through Week 4.

Perhaps the offense can find some kind of rhythm against the Cornhuskers.