Found August 08, 2012 on BeyondUSports:
Big Ten Preview – IndianaBig Ten Preview – Indiana Offense – Returning Starters – 5; Key Departures – WR Demarlo Belcher. Image - Second-year head coach Kevin Wilson was hired with the understanding that he was an ingenuitive offensive mind that could make lemons into lemonade. His 2011 showed mixed results, but on the positive side Indiana was only held under 20 three times, and 2012 should give Wilson a more stable core. The offensive line gained experience last year and should be a strength ifthey can open holes for incumbent running back Stephen Houston and quarterback Tre Roberson, who grabbed the starting job late last year. After transferring into the program Houston led the team with 833 rushing yards and flashed the ability to carry the Hoosier offense against solid defenses. Roberson, a duel threat option, passed for 937 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 426 yards all inside of seven games of his true freshman year. With a better understanding of th...

Notebook: Crean on GameDay, Zeller’s improvement and defense

Tom Crean joined Eric Crawford and Rick Bozich earlier this afternoon on ESPN 680 in Louisville to discuss a wide-range of topics, including ESPN College GameDay’s return to Bloomington, the progression of Cody Zeller, defensive improvement and much more. We’ve recapped several of the highlights and notable quotes from Crean below and you can also listen to the complete interview...

Indiana lands Florida running back

The Hoosiers land a power running back prospect from south Florida in Myles Graham. He committed to Kevin Wilson and his Indiana staff last night.
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