Written By Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)
On Monday Indiana Hoosiers running back Tevin Coleman was named as one of the 20 semi-finalists for the Maxwell Award given to the nation’s best offensive player per Indiana Athletics. Coleman was added to the Maxwell Award Watch List a few weeks ago after his performance against Iowa. Coleman leads the nation in yards per game (162.5), rushing yards per carry (8.02) with players rushing the ball a minimum of 150 times, an is 10th in the nation with 11 touchdowns. Coleman is on pace to break Vaughn Dunbar’s school rushing record of 1,805 yards that was set back in 1991. Coleman extended his streak of games with 100 yards rushing to 10 with 108 yards on the ground at Michigan. The Maxwell Award winner will be announced as a part of the Home Depot College Football Awards Show on ESPN on December 11th.