With a strong start, and strong finish, Indiana held on to top Western Kentucky, 33-31 on Saturday night in Bowling Green.

The Hoosiers jumped out to an early 14-0 lead in the first quarter, but WKU’s up-tempo offense kept the Hilltoppers in the game. With 458 yards of offense in the game, they outscored IU 24-12 throughout the second and third quarters.

The fourth quarter saw IU hang on to a 26-24 lead, and an 86-yard touchdown drive took 6:19 off the clock to put the Hoosiers up 10. WKU put up a late score, but IU held on to go to 2-2 on the season.

After the game, Hoosiers head coach Tom Allen had some comments about his team.