Wide receiver Dominique Booth was the crown jewel of the Hoosiers' 2014 recruiting class coming out of Pike High School in Indianapolis, as he ranked as a 247 Sports Composite 4-star player and was listed as the fourth best player in the state of Indiana. In a statement released on Tuesday, Booth announced that his playing career at Indiana was cut short due to medical issues.Read More
The injuries for the Indiana Hoosiers continue to mount up as it was announced Monday morning that redshirt sophomore Isaac Griffith has been lost for the year after suffering a torn ACL in Saturday's game at Penn State after making two catches for 31 yards.Read More
As if the Hoosiers' offseason was not rough enough, we have learned that sophomore wide receiver J-Shun Harris II has been lost for the year with a knee injury suffered in offseason workouts. This was first reported by Matt Weaver of Peegs.com and confirmed by head coach Kevin Wilson at Big Ten Media Days.Read More
The Indiana Hoosiers have finally received some good news when it came to their injured quarterbacks when head coach Kevin Wilson met with members of the media on January 10th and announced that both rising senior starting quarterback Nate Sudfeld and rising sophomore backup Chris Covington will be available to participate in spring practice.Read More
Written By Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)
Coming out of the open week the Indiana Hoosiers are fairly healthy. The two injuries that are pertinent to this week’s matchup with Michigan are to offensive lineman Jason Spriggs and bandit Nick Mangieri. Spriggs suffered a neck injury that looked more serious than it turned out to be. He had to be carted off the field in the Hoosiers last game against the Spartans. However, he was cleared by doctors that night and has been practicing with the team according to head coach Kevin Wilson and should be able to play on Saturday. Nick Mangeiri was also banged up against Michigan State on a play that was called a chop block. Mangeiri is an important part of this Hoosiers defense. He also has been called probable by the Hoosiers coaching staff.
When junior quarterback Tre Roberson announced in June that he was transferring from Indiana the Hoosiers worst nightmare was a long-term injury to Nate Sudfeld. Well, that nightmare is now a reality and the Hoosiers will have to scramble to replace his production. Sudfeld ends his 2014 season with 1,151 passing yards six touchdowns and three interceptions. For his career at IU Sudfeld has thrown for 4,306 yards 34 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in 25 games including 14 starts.
In Monday’s press conference head coach Kevin Wilson announced that true freshman Chris Covington and Zander Diamont will be thrust into action. This does remove the redshirt from Diamont.Read More
Written By Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle)
The Indiana Hoosiers suffered more than a loss on the scoreboard today. Quarterback Nate Sudfeld was diagnosed with a shoulder separation that was bad enough to limit him to less than one half of football. Wilson said this after the game Saturday, "His left shoulder got landed on. It's some degree of a separation and we'll evaluate it when we get back. I don't know if it's short or long term." No timetable has been announced for his injury, but the prognosis could be anywhere from a week to possibly six. Chris Covington replaced Sudfeld today and went three for 12 with two interceptions.
The Indiana Hoosiers received some bad news in regards to senior receiver Isaiah Roundtree. On Thursday evening, Roundtree’s teammate and fellow receiver Shane Wynn put out a post on Instagram that Roundtree had suffered a significant leg injury. Another photo surfaced of Roundtree wearing a boot on his left foot.Read More
The Hoosiers received some bad news Monday as head coach Kevin Wilson announced that senior defensive back Kenny Mullen and sophomore linebacker Marcus Oliver would likely miss the remainder of the year with knee injuries that will require surgery.Read More
The Hoosiers escaped camp relatively healthy. However, they did lose two players for the season. Head coach Kevin Wilson announced Monday that senior linebacker Steven Funderburk has undergone back surgery and will miss 12-14 weeks and that freshman running back Tommy Mister has sustained a knee injury that will require season ending surgery.Read More