Love suffers thumb injury


Indiana has suffered the second thumb injury in a month that will require surgery. After losing freshman wide receiver Kofi Hughes to the injury, the Hoosiers are now without tight end Charles Love III for an undetermined period of time. The redshirt sophomore saw playing time in just one game last season, but had a strong spring and appeared to have a chance to battle with Max Dedmond and Brad Martin for time at tight end.

The Hoosiers continued to hold wide receiver Tandon Doss and running backs Darius Willis and Antonio Banks out of practice in Saturday’s morning session. They will have a scrimmage later in the day that will be closed to the media.

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2 comments:

  • Scott W. #1


    Sunday, August 15, 2010 - 8:55 AM EDT

    Off the topic, Muncie Starpress has reported that Jeremiah Davis is transfering from Muncie Central to Hunington Prep in WVA. He is an 2011 recruit.

  • IUTennis #2


    Sunday, August 15, 2010 - 5:24 PM EDT

    Dustin,

    Ron Patterson just committed to IU! Get on it man!

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