Live Blog: Follow Indiana’s game against Cincinnati in real time


2:52 p.m. – Cincinnati is now on the court in pads for warm-ups. The Bearcats wear red jerseys with black pants and black helmets. Indiana wears white jerseys, white pants, and red helmets with the classic white IU trident logo.

2:45 p.m. — Center Zach Carpenter is out today, meaning Caleb Murphy will make his second career start. Tight end James Bomba isn’t in the pads during warmups either. Bomba, a native of Bloomington, Indiana, made his first catch as a Hoosier in last week’s win over Cincinnati. He is listed behind AJ Barner on the depth chart.

2:30 p.m. – We’re one hour away from kickoff in Cincinnati. Stay tuned for pre-game injury updates throughout the warm-ups.

1:45 p.m. — Indiana’s second redshirt student, Caleb Murphy, has just entered the field at Nippert Stadium. After starting center Zach Carpenter suffered a hand injury during pregame warmups last weekend, Murphy made his first start as a Hoosier. Murphy is also the first athlete from West Washington High School, a Class 1A school in Campbellsburg, Ind., to earn a Division I Power Five scholarship. To learn more about his trip to Indiana, CLICK HERE.

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Indiana’s first road game of the 2022 season is at Nippert Stadium against the Cincinnati Bearcats at 3:30 p.m. ET.

1:22 p.m. — We’re here in the Nippert Stadium press box for a Week 4 game between the Indiana Hoosiers (3-0) and Cincinnati Bearcats (2-1). The Cincinnati players just entered the field about two hours before Saturday’s kickoff at 3:30 p.m. ET. Stay tuned for live updates and post-game content throughout the day.

  • HOW TO WATCH: Indiana (3-0) travels to Cincinnati (2-1) for a Week 4 game Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET from Nippert Stadium. Here’s how to watch, along with game time and TV news, the latest point spread information and three things to see from Indiana. CLICK HERE
  • MATCH DAY PREDICTION: Indiana (3-0) travels to Cincinnati (2-1) for a 3:30 p.m. ET kickoff at Nipper Stadium. The first road game of the year represents a chance for Indiana to avenge last year’s loss to Cincinnati. Here is my prediction. CLICK HERE
  • MEET THE BEARCATS: Indiana Football is 3-0 in a tough road contest against the Cincinnati Bearcats. Coach Luke Fickell and Cincinnati beat Indiana 38-24 last season en route to the college football playoffs. CLICK HERE

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