Indiana has another chance to derail a Big Ten title contender's season on Saturday.
For the fourth time in six games, the Hoosiers (4-5, 0-5) will play a ranked team. They've been competitive in each of the previous three, all against unbeaten teams.
But they haven't pulled an upset yet.
Their next chance comes Saturday when No. 15 Michigan (7-2, 4-1) visits Bloomington for the first time in five years. The Wolverines will put one of the nation's top defenses on the field against one of the conference's most prolific offenses.
And while Michigan attempts to stay in the East Division title hunt, the Hoosiers are trying to snap a five-game losing streak and move within one win of becoming bowl eligible in their home finale.
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