Hoosiers rally in an unlikely OT thriller

EAST LANSING, Michigan — After IU’s win over Michigan State, a 17-point comeback highlighted by three missed field goals that could have won the game for both teams, swirling snow flurries and a Hoosiers offense with no passing game, Indiana wrote the victory of his collective determination and resilience.

“I told these guys last week, whoever’s playing just never lays down for anyone,” quarterback Dexter Williams II said. “Give him what you’ve got. Make her feel, and the rest will take care of itself. Things didn’t go the way we wanted. We just got a W.”

Defender Jonathan Haynes adds: “We just kept fighting. That’s what’s special about this team. We will not give up. We fight in and out every week.”