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1980 Indiana University Hoosiers

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1980 Indiana University Hoosiers (Proof)
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1980 Indiana University Hoosiers Student Season ticket sheet. (Proof) (45 available)
Vs: Iowa Hawkeyes, Duke Blue Devils, Wisconsin Badgers, Michigan Wolverines, Illinois Fighting Illini.
Seating has not been printed on these.

Sheet is Not Perforated between games.
Gate, Stand and Aisle sections may differ from photo.
Perfect for Framing and or Gifting to your Favorite Indiana University, Iowa, Duke, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois fan/Collector.


The 1980 Indiana Hoosiers football team was an American football team that represented Indiana University Bloomington in the 1980 Big Ten Conference football season. In their eighth season under head coach Lee Corso, the Hoosiers finished in a tie for sixth place in the Big Ten Conference (Big Ten), compiled a 6–5 (3–5 against Big Ten opponents), and outscored their opponents by a combined total of 255 to 235.[1] The team played its home games at Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Indiana.

The team's statistical leaders included quarterback Tim Clifford with 1,391 passing yards, Lonnie Johnson with 1,075 receiving yards and 66 points scored, and Nate Lundy with 459 receiving yards.[2] Several Indiana players also ranked among the Big Ten leaders in various statistical categories, including the following:

Lonnie Johnson led the Big Ten with 11 rushing touchdowns and 200 rushing attempts, ranked second with 1,075 rushing yards and 1,146 yards from scrimmage, and ranked third with 5.4 yards per rushing attempt.[3]

Tim Wilbur led the Big Ten with 9.1 yard per punt return and 256 punt return yards.[3]

Tim Clifford ranked fourth in the Big Ten with a 53.0 pass completion percentage, 16 total touchdowns, and 7.0 yards per passing attempt, and ranked seventh with 1,391 passing yards.


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