Tom Allen talks Big Ten East, says Michigan looks 'like a completely different team' from beginning of season
On Saturday, Nov. 23, Indiana hosts Michigan. The Hoosiers are 7-3 and have impressed many people this season.
According to last week’s AP top 25 poll, the Hoosiers were ranked No. 24 in the country and were ranked in the poll for the first time in the last 25 years. Indiana followed it up with a one-score loss at Penn State.
Up next is the Wolverines, which are 8-2 overall and winners of their last three games. On Monday, ahead of the B1G matchup, Hoosiers coach Tom Allen spoke with the media and talked about life in the Big Ten East division as well as how far Michigan has come from the start of the season:
Allen on playing in the Big Ten East, “It’s hard being in this conference & this division. It’s hard having to face these teams every year.” #iufb
— Jack Grossman (@JackGrossman97) November 18, 2019
Allen on Michigan: "They look like a completely different team" from the first few weeks of the season. Wolverines have won their last three games by 31, 31 and 34 points. #iufb
— Zach Osterman (@ZachOsterman) November 18, 2019
As Zach Osterman notes, Michigan has won its last three games by 31, 31 and 34 points, respectively. The Wolverines aren’t just winning.
They’re crushing teams.
We’ll see how Indiana fares against them at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday on ESPN.