The Minnesota Golden Gophers will travel in Big Ten conference play to face the Indiana Hoosiers in an NCAA college football game set for Saturday afternoon.
Kick off time from Indiana is set for 3:30PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by Big Ten Network.
The point spread from this week ten game have the home team Indiana Hoosiers favored by -8 ½ points with a total lined at 65 ½ points. Those who play on Indiana on the money line will lay -350 odds with the return on Minnesota at +290 odds on the money line.
Minnesota is now bowl eligible at 6-2 on the season following a 34-23 home victory last week to the Nebraska Cornhuskers as a +10 ½ point betting underdog. The game total landed over 52 ½ points. The Golden Gophers took a 17-13 lead into the half and never lost it in the second.
They produced 430 yards of offense with 271 rushing for 5 yards per carry. Phillip Nelson completed 7 of 15 throws for 152 yards and a touchdown. Running back David Cobb ran for 138 yards on 31 carries. The team committed no turnovers and forced two away from Nebraska. On defense Minnesota allowed the Nebraska defense 328 yards with 189 running for over 6 yards per carry.
Indiana has lost two straight to fall to 3-4 on their 2013 campaign following a 63-47 road defeat two weeks ago to the Michigan Wolverines as a +8 ½ point underdog. The game ended over 67 ½ points. The Hoosiers are coming off a bye week. They could not overcome a 28-17 first half deficit.
The Hoosiers offense put up 572 yards with 162 rushing for 5 yards a carry. Tre Roberson completed 16 of 23 throws for 288 yards with three touchdowns and one pick. Each team had two turnovers. On defense Indiana allowed the Michigan offense 751 yards with 503 yards passing and two touchdown passes thrown by Devin Gardner.