Indiana continued their hot start to the season, Saturday’s win over Michigan establishing the Hoosiers as one of the best teams in the Big Ten.

With wins over a ranked Penn State to start the season followed by a through win at Rutgers last Saturday, Indiana’s most impressive win to date might just be Saturday’s 38-21 win over No. 23 Michigan. The Hoosiers raced out to a 24-7 halftime lead in a first half that was the definition of complimentary football.

The Hoosiers are now 3-0 this season under head coach Tom Allen, having built on last year’s 8-5 record that included a narrow loss to Tennessee in the Gator Bowl. In beating Penn State and now Michigan, there are two foundational wins for the Hoosiers campaign.

Wins that might just catch the attention of the national media as Indiana begins to build their resume for national consideration.

Indiana put up an impressive 460 yards of total offense against Michigan, paced by quarterback Michael Penix’s 30-of-50 for 342 yards and three touchdowns.

Here’s what Indiana head coach Tom Allen said after the game: