As expected, the Indiana-Michigan game at Memorial Stadium has sold out.
Indiana will host a capacity of crowd of 52,929, the fourth-largest in school history. It will mark the largest home crowd to see a game not against either Purdue or Ohio State. Indiana will have its first sellout since 2007 and its first against neither Purdue or Ohio State since 1992, when the Hoosiers hosted No. 3 Michigan.
Kudos to athletic director Fred Glass, already making his mark in the Big Ten.