The emotional high of beating Penn State for the first time in program history apparently carried over into this week for Indiana, as the Hoosiers reached another milestone early Saturday against Michigan State.
Running back Tevin Coleman went 64 yards for a touchdown to give Indiana an early 7-0 lead. Coleman’s touchdown wasn’t noteworthy simply because it gave IU a quick lead on the road.
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The Spartan defense came into Saturday’s game allowing just 50 rushing yards per game, best in college football. Michigan State will have to key in on him for the remainder of the day, as Coleman came in averaging some impressive numbers. He had 478 yards and seven touchdowns through Indiana’s first seven games.