(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer As Tre Roberson watched Indiana struggle Saturday night, all he wanted to do was get in the game and help his teammates.
All he could do was point out a few things he noticed on Ball State's defense.
For the sophomore quarterback, this is what the rest of the 2012 season will look like - watching games from the coaches' box, counseling teammates, adding mass and muscle to his slender 190-pound body and mending his broken lower left leg.
''It was real hard, I got a little emotional up there,'' Roberson said Tuesday, three days after the Hoosiers fell 41-39 to Ball State on the game's final play. ''But it is what it is. I really wanted to go out and play and help them as much as I could.''
Indiana (2-1) could certainly use Roberson's skills and leadership when it opens Big Ten play Sept. 29 at Northwestern.
That's not an option after doctors inserted a titanium rod into Roberson's injured leg during surgery in Bost...