This marks the second consecutive bowl appearance for the Hoosiers since the years 1990 and 1991.
President-elect Donald Trump attacked the United Steelworkers union president who represents workers at Carrier in Indianapolis on Twitter Wednesday.
Not all Hoosier cities have been on board as Uber increases its services.
This season marks Indiana's second consecutive bowl appearance which the team hasn't accomplished since 1991.
The No. 10 Hoosiers upset the No. 3 North Carolina team by nine points.
The Hoosiers became bowl eligible after a 26-24 victory on Saturday over rival Purdue.
IPFW defeated the Hoosiers in a stunning 71-68 overtime win.
The Hoosiers are 2-0 after defeating UMass Lowell last night during their home opener at Assembly Hall.
A Ball State political scientist says the election seems to be having an effect on what Hoosiers think about LGBT rights.
Zeller was a stand out at IU before entering the NBA draft after his sophomore year.