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Somehow, the freshman took the field in a jersey that misspelled the name of the school. We kid you not. On the field at Iowa, Indinia, or Indiana fared poorly, getting pummeled by the Hawkeyes, 34-6, in the season opener for both teams, a Big Ten contest.Did Indiana's David Holloman's jersey read 'indinia' off the field?
Indiana’s lackluster performance in its season opener Saturday was foreshadowed by a peculiar mistake off the field — a spelling mistake that is. The jersey of freshman running back David Holloman read “Indinia,” according to a video posted — and then deleted — by the Hoosiers’ official athletics Twitter account.Did Indiana just misspelled its own state in a tweet?
Indiana was misspelled. Now, the athletic department quickly deleted the tweet and moved on with a fresh one. And it seems like Holloman’s jersey was the only one with the gaffe. But still, misspelling your own state is just tough — and there's no excuse that can make it any better. The game itself wasn’t any better for the Hoosiers, either.What happened to the Big Ten logo on Indiana football jerseys?
The last time Indiana football played a game, there was a bit of controversy about the Hoosiers' jerseys as the Big Ten logo was noticeably absent following what many perceived a slight to the Hoosiers regarding their bowl selection. Well, the 2021 season started off with some more jersey fun.