BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Indiana will look to get back to its winning ways next Saturday with a rare road game at Western Kentucky. The Hoosiers have opened as a 10-point favorite in the game, according to the website. 

The over/under is 62.5.

Indiana is 1-2 so far this season, but both losses are to teams ranked in the top-8 in the country right now. Iowa, a 34-6 winner over Indiana in the season opener, is ranked No. 5 and Cincinnati is ranked No. 8. The Bearcats beat Indiana 38-24 in Bloomington on Saturday.

Western Kentucky is 1-1 so far this season, and had last week off. The Hilltoppers beat Tennessee-Martin 59-21 in their season opener in Bowling Green, Ky., and lost last week at Army, falling 38-35.

Western has back-to-back games against Big Ten teams, with a game against Michigan State the following week.

Indiana and Western Kentucky were scheduled to play in Bloomington last year, but all of the Hoosiers' nonconference games were cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Western was 5-7 a year ago.

There is some early flexibility on the betting line for this game. For instance, on the site, the Hoosiers are only 8.5-point favorites. On the site, Indiana is a 9-point favorite.

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