Sudfeld, Howard lead undefeated Indiana past Wake Forest

Today’s Wake Forest vs Indiana college football game has a start time schedule of 12:30pm and airs on TV channel ESPN3 as well as being made available as a live stream online.


It is homecoming week in Winston-Salem and the Wake Forest Demon Deacons will try to improve to 3-1 on the season against the Indiana Hoosiers at BB&T Field Saturday afternoon.

Howard, who entered Saturday’s game as the nation’s rushing leader with 507 yards, added a 2-yard scoring run in the third quarter.

Indiana is off to its best start since 2010 and it has UAB transfer Jordan Howard to thank.

Rutgers 27, Kansas 14: Chris Laviano threw two touchdown passes, Josh Hicks ran for 113 yards and two scores and Rutgers (2-2) snapped a two-game losing streak and handed Kansas (0-3) its 32nd straight road loss. Hinton pushed the ball into IU territory to keep the drive alive, but consistent pressure from Zack Shaw and Darius Latham forced Wake to attempt a 4th and 20 from the Indiana 42, which they failed to convert.

West Virginia 45, Maryland 6: Skyler Howard threw four touchdown passes, Wendell Smallwood rushed for a career-high 147 yards and host West Virginia (3-0) beat Maryland (2-2).

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Hinton completed 19 of 46 passes for 245 yards and added 57 yards rushing for Wake Forest.

Ricky Jones has been quarterback Nate Sudfeld’s preferred target so far this season, but Simmie Cobbs took his spotlight Saturday. Cobbs finished with seven catches for 75 yards and a touchdown, and he looked like the receiver Indiana needs him to be.

For three quarters and most of the fourth, Wake Forest could do little to slow down undefeated Indiana.

That changed over the final seven minutes of the fourth quarter, as the Deacons mounted a late comeback before falling short, 31-24, to the Hoosiers on Saturday.

Behind Sudfeld’s 188 passing yards and Howard’s 79 rushing yards, four of Indiana’s first-half drives went 10 plays or more, with three of them leading to scores.


Starter John Wolford injured his ankle on the opening series of the Army game and freshman Kendall Hinton replaced him, throwing for 159 yards while rushing for 114 yards and both of the Demon Deacons’ touchdowns in the 17-14 win at West Point. “I missed a lot of throws, and in the third quarter as well”. The Hoosiers picked things up in the second half of their Week 3 game against the Hilltoppers to come back from an 11-point halftime deficit in order to beat Western Kentucky 38-35.

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