Dajon Williams had an up and down game, showing great flashes of talent, along with a few bone head mistakes that you would expect from a red-shirt freshman playing his first road game. An early interception put North Texas in a hole, but Dajon's athleticism shined in this game, turning many broken plays into positive yardage. Carlos Harris had a breakout game for North Texas finishing with 11 receptions for 120 yards and a touchdown.
While the offense had good flashes, the North Texas Defense was a disappointment. Indiana had a good balanced attack that was expected from one of the nation's most potent offenses. Nate Sudfeld was able to move the ball effectively and beat North Texas deep twice on big touchdown passes that were set up by play action.
Tevin Coleman, who came in as the nation's leading rusher proved again why he is considered a dynamic back, racking up 150 yards on 17 carries. D'Angelo Roberts busted several big runs and had two touchdowns and led a monster two headed rushing attack that had North Texas guessing all day and made them susceptible to be beat down field.
North Texas really got off to a bad start with the interception and onside putting them down 21-0 to start the game. Indiana won this game by putting together two 21 point quarters in the 1st and the 3rd, while North Texas put together their best drive of the game in the 2nd quarter and scored 2 TD's in the fourth.
Indiana scored a garbage time TD to win 49-24 but NT showed that if they can get the offense clicking and make some adjustment's on defense, they will be able to make a run in an up and down Conference USA. North Texas will look to get their first conference win of the season as they take on UAB next Saturday in Birmingham.