Game Wrap: Crimson and Cream Game

Indiana held its annual Spring Game Saturday in Bloomington

Indiana held its annual Spring Game Saturday in Bloomington

Written By Quai Chandler

Tre Roberson signs for fans following the Cream and Crimson Game. Image Source: Herald Times

Tre Roberson signs for fans following the Cream and Crimson Game.

Image Source: Herald Times

Its spring time and football is in the air for head coach Kevin Wilson and the Indiana Hoosiers. Saturday the Hoosiers had its annual Crimson and Cream spring game and the team on the field looked drastically different compared to last year. Some of the new faces fans will have to get used to are safety Brandon Grubbe, wide receiver Dominique Booth, and running back Miles Graham, who got a large amount of playing time and were standouts in the spring showcase. While the new faces and names were a focus, what Hoosier fans were most excited to see was how comfortable players looked in the new defensive scheme. The 3-4 system seems to fit this years defense well however, its clear from a few defensive lapses and mistakes that such a defensive overhaul will take some time to perfect. Other noticeable standouts who didn’t disappoint, were Tevin Coleman, Tre Roberson, and star wide out Shane Wynn who has recently moved from slot to outside receiver position. Tre Roberson, and Shane Wynn both had big plays and lead the charge as the possible MVP's of the Hoosier offense. With all the changes, these players will be counted on for some needed stability in a young offense. For the most part this years spring game was impressive, big plays on offense, even bigger hits on defense, however only time will tell how this years team will respond to a brand new big ten Schedule. Cream team, pulled this one out (24-14).