Hoosiers Flip Running Back Stevie Scott From Rutgers

Hoosiers Flip Running Back Stevie Scott From Rutgers

Written By Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_HUddle)

With the early signing period just five days away the Indiana Hoosiers are still hot on the recruiting trail looking for the final pieces that could put together one of the best recruiting classes to come through Memorial Stadium in Bloomington. Today's addition is six-foot-one 240-pound running back Stevie Scott out of Christian Brothers Academy in Syracuse, NY.

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Tegray Scales Wins IUFB MVP as Hoosiers Hold Annual Awards Banquet

Tegray Scales Wins IUFB MVP as Hoosiers Hold Annual Awards Banquet

IU Athletics Release

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Indiana football program honored senior linebacker Tegray Scales as the Anthony Thompson Most Valuable Player at the program's 2017 banquet this afternoon. Head coach Tom Allen recognized the team's seniors and handed out postseason awards inside the Henke Hall of Champions.

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Indiana Linebacker Tegray Scales Has Accepted Invitation to East-West Shrine Game

Indiana Linebacker Tegray Scales Has Accepted Invitation to East-West Shrine Game

Written By Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)

It was announced on Saturday afternoon that Indiana's All-American linebacker Tegray Scales has accepted an invitation to the East-West Shrine Game in St. Petersburg, Florida on January 20, 2018. IU has had a long history of sending both players and coaches to participate in the postseason exhibition game. Scales is the 58th player to participate in the East-West Shrine Game. IU has also sent four coaches, Bill Ingram as a head coach in 1925 and '27, John Pont as an assistant in 1968 and head man in 1970, Lee Corso in 1983 as an assistant coach and Bill Mallory as an assistant coach in 1989 and head coach in 1992. Scales marks the fifth-straight Shrine Game that will feature an IU player (Ted Bolser '14, Collin Rahrig '15, Nate Sudfeld '16, Ralph Green in '17). Scales finished his IU career making 325 tackles, 46 tackles for loss, 18 sacks and eight interceptions in 48 games during his time in Bloomington.

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IUFB Commit Reese Taylor Takes Home Indiana Mr. Football Award

IUFB Commit Reese Taylor Takes Home Indiana Mr. Football Award

Written By T.J. Inman (@T.J.HoosierHuddle)

After a standout senior season in which he led the Ben Davis Giants to an unbeaten season and the 6A Indiana State Title, Reese Taylor has been named Indiana's Mr. Football. The honor goes to the state's top player each season and Taylor certainly earned it after completing 73% of his passes, throwing for 3,150 yards and 40 passing touchdowns. In addition, he ran for 802 more yards and 15 touchdowns as the centerpiece of one of the most explosive high school offenses in the country. 

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Recruiting Roundup: Dec. 5th

Recruiting Roundup: Dec. 5th

Written by: Kris Shankle (@HoosierKris)

This weeks edition of the recruiting cycle brings a lot to digest. With all the coaching changes around the country, prospects have been opening up their recruitment all over the country. The best part is, there is still a few more moves to be made. FSU will certainly poach a coach from the power 5 ranks and at this point who knows what will happen at Tennessee. There is also the signing period coming up, which always brings excitement and new prospects available each year. We should also see a lot of transfers coming up and Tom Allen will surely keep a close eye on some players at schools, most notably Ole Miss with their sanctions being handed down.

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Hoosier Huddle's Top Five Non-CFP Bowl Games to Watch

Hoosier Huddle's Top Five Non-CFP Bowl Games to Watch

Written By Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle) 

It’s bowl season! Unfortunately, Indiana is home for the holidays as they finished 5-7 this season, but that doesn’t mean Hoosier football fans cannot enjoy this year’s slate of bowl games. We at Hoosier Huddle just love college football and have picked seven bowl games, outside of the College Football Playoff that fans should tune in to.

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Improvements IUFB Needs On and Off the Field to Get Back on Track in 2018

Improvements IUFB Needs On and Off the Field to Get Back on Track in 2018

Written By Sammy Jacobs and T.J. Inman

As the off-season crawls on we look toward the 2018 season and what the Indiana Football program needs to do both on the field and off of it to improve for next year. We have listed a few of the things we think IU Football needs to do. 

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Griffin Oakes Named B1G Bakken-Anderson Kicker of Year For Second Time

Griffin Oakes Named B1G Bakken-Anderson Kicker of Year For Second Time

IU Athletics Release

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana fifth-year kicker Griffin Oakes was named the Big Ten's Bakken-Andersen Kicker of the Year, the conference announced today. He became the first Hoosier to win the honor in 2015 and is the third two-time winner in league history.

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