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Colter eluded Hoosier defenders all day.
Northwestern's offensive onslaught against Indiana set a school record for the most total offensive yards—704, to be exact.
Kain Colter was single-handedly responsible for over 40 percent of that total.
The versatile Colter rushed for 161 yards, caught nine passes for another 131 yards, and even passed for two yards on three attempts.
He set career highs in rushing yards, receiving yards, receptions and rushing touchdowns, of which he accumulated four.
His 161 rushing yards came on just 14 attempts, an average of 11.5 yards per carry.
Quarterback Trevor Siemian added 308 yards through the air as he and Colter combined for nearly 86 percent of the team's total offensive output.
Northwestern improved to 5-0 on the year.