Indiana wide receiver Terrance Turner is out for the season with a knee injury suffered against Iowa.
IU coach Bill Lynch said Tuesday that Turner will have surgery in the next couple of weeks. Turner suffered the injury while making a block, Lynch said.
Turner, a redshirt freshman from the Detroit area, has one catch this season for 23 yards. He had been working on IU’s second-string offense most of the season, but started Saturday because James Bailey was suspended for the Iowa game.
With the loss of Turner, sophomore Chris Banks moved into his second-string spot on this week’s depth chart. Another change in the two-deep lineup is that Bailey has moved down to second string and Andrew Means has moved up to the first string.
Lynch said that other than Turner’s injury, IU came out of the Iowa game without any new injuries.
Running back Demetrius McCray, who missed the Iowa game with a foot injury, is expected to be out again this week, although Lynch said he expects McCray back soon.