Indiana finishes their home schedule 3-4, with all four losses coming in conference play by eight points or fewer.
In the final home game of the season, Indiana Football fell in Double Overtime to No. 14 Michigan, 48-41.
The Indiana football team will battle its fourth ranked opponent Saturday – 15th ranked Michigan.
Although the Hoosiers haven't won any of the four Big Ten games played so far, the broadcast exposure has been beneficial for the football program.
Officials say the suspensions could have come as punishment for an array of different occurrences.
Indiana University's athletic director says he expects more than 40,000 people to turn out for Thursday's game.
Indiana and Illinois, both with no conference wins, will square off in Champaign on Saturday.
The IU football team is nine days away from its first game of the season.
Men‘s Basketball Coach Tom Crean and Football Coach Kevin Wilson are touring six cities to meet with fans.
The Hoosiers now have 13 practices under their belts.