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IU Coach Kevin Wilson announced Friday afternoon that Defensive
Coordinator Doug Mallory and Defensive Line Coach Jon Fabris will not
return to the coaching staff in 2014.
IU Coach Kevin Wilson announced Friday afternoon that Defensive Coordinator Doug Mallory and Defensive Line Coach Jon Fabris will not return to the coaching staff in 2014.
Before last February, Florida native Delroy Baker had never traveled
beyond the state of Georgia.
Former Indiana safety Greg Heban signed with Agency Athlete, a sports management company, and its CEO John Hernandez, according to Hernandez's Twitter account. Hernandez described Heban as an "outstanding football player" and a "natural leader" on Twitter. Hernandez will represent Heban as the 6-foot-1, 205-pound safety attempts to make his dreams of playing in the NFL come true.
Four-star wide receiver Dominique Booth out of Indianapolis, Ind.'s Pike High School chose Indiana over Missouri on ESPN.com around 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday night. Booth originally committed to the University of Tennessee on July 19, 2013 but he decided to re-open his commitment in December. ESPN ranks Booth as the No. 232 recruit in the 2014 class and the 32nd best wide receiver.
The IU football team rewrote the program's record books last season. The Hoosiers set records with 461 points scored and 6,102 yards of total offense in 2013. IU also became the first team in Big Ten history to have five 1,000-yard receivers playing together. Despite the frequent changes at quarterback between sophomore Nate Sudfeld and redshirt sophomore Tre Roberson, IU ranked ninth in the FBS in yards per game (508.5 yards/game) thanks to its spread offense and numerous weapons at the skill positions.
IU junior wide receiver Cody Latimer announced on his Twitter and Instagram accounts Sunday night that he will forego his senior year and enter the 2014 NFL Draft.
Booth signed a financial-aid agreement Sunday. The Pike High School
prospect is not technically signed onto the team, but his roster spot
will be reserved should he choose to enroll in January.
This college football and NFL season has been packed with amazing plays and improbable comebacks.
Indiana University junior wide receiver Cody Latimer posted a picture on Instagram Monday morning with a caption that indicated he will make a decision in the next month between returning to IU for his senior season and declaring for the 2014 NFL Draft. He said he will "...continue to pray, listen to my teammates and my family's opinions and know that the man above will lead me to the right decision in the next month."
The Capital One Academic All-America(R) Division I football first team was announced on Thursday and IU junior safety Mark Murphy was selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Murphy, an informatics major, has a 3.91 GPA.
Out of 123 FBS teams, IU finished 121st in total defense.
After matching a 70-year old IU record with six passing touchdowns in a
56-36 win against Purdue, sophomore quarterback Tre Roberson was named
Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week on Monday.
Seven IU football players were recognized Monday evening when the Big Ten announced the All-Big Ten football honorees.
A group of four students was still hanging over the student section wall yelling, “Kofi!”Hughes
jogged over to his fans with a smile. With his helmet in hand, he gave
each of them a high five. He then threw up a piece of red plastic.
Coming off of its two worst defeats of the season and having its bowl
hopes terminated in the process, IU rebounded with a 56-36 victory on
senior day against Purdue on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
The clock expired on IU’s 56-36 thumping of Purdue, and the Hoosiers
collectively ran to the Boilermakers sideline to collect their prize —
the Old Oaken Bucket.
Twenty-one IU football seniors suited up in cream and crimson for the last time on Saturday against Purdue. However, a few of the Hoosiers may be able to continue their careers at the next level.
After sophomore running back Tevin Coleman suffered a right ankle sprain in IU's 52-35 win against Illinois, senior Stephen Houston reclaimed the starting job in the Hoosiers' backfield--a position he had held in each of his previous two seasons in Bloomington.
The 56-36 victory for IU (5-7, 3-5) against Purdue (1-11, 0-8) was an
offensive showcase no other Hoosier team has ever seen against the