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Indiana Hoosiers Football Tickets - OverviewThe Indiana Hoosiers play Division I college football for Indiana University in the Big 10 Conference. The Hoosiers play their home games at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, IN. The Hoosiers are coached by Kevin Wilson, who took the reins at the start of the 2011 season. Indiana's main rivals are Michigan State, Illinois and Purdue.
Indiana Hoosiers Football Tickets - HistoryThe Indiana Football program began in 1887. The Hoosiers have won two conference titles in their school's history, in 1945 and 1967. They have only been to nine bowl games, so being bowl eligible is the Hoosiers' primary goal each year. Indiana's last bowl appearance was the 2007 Insight Bowl. The Hoosiers fell to Oklahoma State, 49-33.Indiana has produced six All-Americans and there are currently seven Indiana alums in the National Football League.
Indiana Hoosiers Football Tickets - Memorial StadiumMemorial Stadium, also known as 'The Rock', has been the Hoosiers' home since 1960. The 52,929-seat arena is located in Bloomington, IN. The stadium has gone through several renovations to switch from wooden stands to aluminum bleachers, install sound and lighting systems and to add a 36 x 91 foot high definition scoreboard to the South End Zone.
Indiana Hoosiers Football Tickets - Why should I buy Indiana Hoosiers Tickets through SeatGeek?Each year, the Hoosiers follow the mantra, play 13. In other words, get to a bowl game. Don't miss out on Indiana's quest to play 13. Go to SeatGeek for your Indiana Hoosiers football tickets. The site forecasts prices for Indiana Hoosiers football tickets for all games at Memorial Stadium so you'll know if prices for are going up or down, which will help save you money.
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