One of the biggest surprises from the Big Ten this year has been Indiana.
Yeah, I know they haven't played anyone but after their struggle in game one against Eastern Kentucky I didn't expect them to win another game.
Indiana fired on all cylinders starting from the opening kickoff as Ray Fisher returned it 91 yards for a touchdown.
Defense played a big role for the Hoosiers as they had four interceptions, two of which were hauled in by Austin Thomas.
The Hoosier's offensive attack was distributed pretty even as they had 175 passing yards, accompanied by 180 rushing yards.
The Hoosiers went on to win the game 38-21 with Akron scoring a touchdown with 35 seconds left in the game.
Ben Chappell looks to lead his undefeated Hoosiers into the Big House for an upset against #23 Michigan this weekend.
It's time to see if these Hoosiers are forreal.