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09/09/17 - Indiana, behind backup quarterback Peyton Ramsey picked up its first win of the season with a 34-17 triumph over Virginia on Saturday in Charlottesville, Va. Ramsey replaced starter Richard Lagow in the second quarter and went 16 of 20 for 173 yards and two touchdowns. He also added a rushing touchdown. Lagow struggled in the first quarter and was just 3 of 10 with an interception when he was replaced. Indiana (1-1) broke the game open late in the third quarter when Ramsey found wide receiver Donovan Hale for a 32-yard touchdown to give the Hoosiers a 27-10 lead. Virginia (1-1) answered with a touchdown as quarterback Kurt Benkert found running back Joe Reed to cut the lead to 27-17. That's as close as the Cavaliers would get. Virginia's offense sputtered all day as the Cavaliers ran 91 plays and averaged just 3.5 yards per play. Benkert threw the ball 66 times, completing 39 for 259 yards and a touchdown. Indiana managed just four more total yards of offense for the game (318 to 314). - The Sports Xchange
09/05/17 - QB Richard Lagow completed 40 of 65 passes for 410 yards, seventh most yards in school history in the loss to Ohio State. The only negative is Lagow was intercepted twice, but that might be expected with that many passes. However, he also lost a costly fumble. "We have got to protect the ball," IU coach Tom Allen said.
08/16/17 - QB Richard Lagow is seeking to improve on last season's output of 19 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. Coach Tom Allen said Lagow, who completed 57.8 percent of his passes last season, has made strides in the offseason in terms of confidence and leadership. "He throws the ball extremely well," Allen said. "He's got to protect it better and he knows it."
12/02/16 - 2016 ALL-BIG TEN FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Richard Lagow...Lagow sits second in the Big Ten in passing yardage (3,174, 19th nationally), third in completions per game (19.9, 33rd) and yards per completion (13.3, 33rd), fourth in completion percentage (59.9), fifth in TDs (18) and total offense (250.3), and sixth in passing efficiency (133.6). - Indiana Football
10/26/16 - Indiana, mired in a three-game skid, is sticking with quarterback Richard Lagow. "He's the guy," coach Kevin Wilson said Monday when asked if Indiana would open up practice snaps for other quarterbacks. Lagow has been inconsistent at best and worse than that recently as the Hoosiers (3-4, 1-3 Big Ten) have fallen behind by double digits in the first halves of each loss. Indiana trailed 24-3 at intermission against Northwestern and lost 24-14. "The offense's inability to get going early really hurt the defense," Wilson said. "I don't think our defense had the time to make the adjustments. We get a quick three-and-out, they score, then we go quick three-and-out and they score again."
Maryland (5-2, 2-2) visits Indiana on Saturday. The Terrapins have outscored opponents 54-14 in the first quarter and 133-66 in the opening half. This Indiana team doesn't resemble any from Wilson's recent past, when the Hoosiers were known for scoring in bunches but giving up even more than that on defense. This year's defense is allowing 377.6 yards per game, 131.9 fewer than last year - the largest improvement in the nation. But Indiana is just 96th out of 126 schools in scoring at 24.1 points per game. Lagow, a redshirt junior in his first season as a starter, has completed 147 of 246 passes (59.8 percent) for 1,975 yards with 12 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. The Hoosiers are 118th in that latter category. - AP Sports