Needing More: Hoosier Wideouts Look to Step Up

Needing More: Hoosier Wideouts Look to Step Up

Written by T.J. Inman (@TJHoosierHuddle)

The 2018 season was a frustrating one for Indiana football. There were several positives but things did not quite click and IU came up just short of a bowl game. One of the primary reasons for that was a lack of production and explosion in the passing game. The Hoosiers did not have a receiver with more than 46 catches (Luke Timian led the way with 46) and no IU player was able to average even 50 yards receiving per contest. The Hoosiers have turned to a new offensive coordinator with hopes of igniting the offensive attack, the quarterback room is talented and there are a number of wide receivers ready to prove they can get the job done.

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Hoosiers Secure Commitment From In-State Three-Star OL Luke Wiginton

Hoosiers Secure Commitment From In-State Three-Star OL Luke Wiginton

Written by Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)

With a veteran laden offensive line in 2019, the Hoosiers are making it a priority to reload as they prioritize the position in the 2020 class. Those efforts got a boost Saturday evening as three-star lineman Luke Wiginton from Bishop Dwenger (Ft. Wayne, In.) committed to the Hoosiers.

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Learning a New Offense is a Process, but All Three Quarterbacks are Enjoying the Ride

Learning a New Offense is a Process, but All Three Quarterbacks are Enjoying the Ride

Written by Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)

Spring practice is nearly over for the Indiana Hoosiers as the enter the final week prior to the annual spring game. All spring the Hoosiers have been installing a new offense un coordinator Kalen DeBoer. It’s been a process according to DeBoer and the quarterbacks and the process seems to be going well.

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Indiana Quarterback Jack Tuttle Granted Waiver to Play Immediately by NCAA

Indiana Quarterback Jack Tuttle Granted Waiver to Play Immediately by NCAA

Written by Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)

Waiting for the NCAA to do anything can be very frustrating. A day after Indiana head coach Tom Allen said he had “zero control” over the situation, the Hoosiers patience has paid off. On Wednesday morning Indiana’s football program announced the Jack Tuttle had been granted a waiver from the NCAA in a press release (below).

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Spring Practice No. 10 Notes and Observations

Spring Practice No. 10 Notes and Observations

Written by Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)

After running over 100 snaps in their scrimmage on Saturday, the Hoosiers were back on the field in shoulder pads to start the final third of spring practice. It was also a special day in Bloomington as many former Hoosiers took part in IU’s Pro Day.

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2019 Pro Day Preview: Eight Additional Former Hoosiers will Participate at IU Pro Day

2019 Pro Day Preview: Eight Additional Former Hoosiers will Participate at IU Pro Day

Written by Evan McShane (@Hoosier_Huddle)

A total of 12 Hoosiers will be working out for NFL scouts on Tuesday morning in Bloomington. We have previews the three Hoosiers who were invited to the NFL Combine (Jonathan Crawford, Dan Godsil and Brandon Knight) in addition to Wes Martin earlier. here are the addition eight former IU football players who are chasing their dreams to the next level.

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2019 Pro Day Preview: Offensive Lineman Brandon Knight

2019 Pro Day Preview: Offensive Lineman Brandon Knight

Written by Evan McShane (@veryreasonable)

Brandon Knight was a force for the Hoosiers. From Noblesville High School in Indiana, Knight was one of the best offensive linemen in the state coming into college. Knight chose the Hoosiers and joined the program in 2015. As a true freshman he played 11 games at tackle and tight end. Knight made his impact felt as he was named IU’s Newcomer of the Year. He was also an honorable mention for BTN.com’s All-Freshman team.  

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