The Northwestern Wildcats' offense continues to roll against the Indiana Hoosiers, as they have racked up nearly 600 yards through three quarters of their Big Ten matchup. The Wildcats are holding on to a 37-29 lead early in the fourth.
Wildcats quarterback Kain Colter opened the scoring in the second half with his third rushing touchdown of the game, giving Northwestern a 27-0 lead. The Hoosiers would finally get on the board with 9:24 left in the quarter on a 20-yard scamper by running back Stephen Houston. Indiana would strike again just a few minutes later, cutting the score to 27-14 on a 35-yard pass from Nate Sudfield to Kofi Hughes.
The Wildcats would answer right back with a 75-yard touchdown drive, capped off by a 1-yard run by running back Venric Mark. After the Hoosiers returned the ensuing kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown, Wildcats kicker Jeff Budzien added his third field goal of the day to make the score 37-21 in favor of Northwestern.
The Hoosiers scored early in the fourth quarter to trim the Wildcats' lead to 37-29.