Indiana football sophomore running back Tim Baldwin Jr. has entered the transfer portal, head coach Tom Allen said in a Monday press conference.
Baldwin has rushed for 103 yards in five games this season and had one attempt for a single yard against Penn State on Saturday. He had 106 rushing yards against Maryland in 2020 in relief of starter Stevie Scott III.
Baldwin is second on the team in rushing attempts this season with 28 attempts behind graduate student running back Stephen Carr with 102. The two running backs behind Baldwin, juniors Davion Ervin-Poindexter and Chris Childers, are both walk-ons.
If Baldwin transfers, he would become the second Indiana running back to do so this season after junior Sampson James transferred to Purdue during the team’s fall camp.