Darius Willis is questionable for Saturday’s game against Ohio State with a groin injury, according to the injury report released by the team.
He’s the only new name to note. Chris Adkins, James Brewer, Richard Council, Nick Freeland and Brandon McGhee are all out. Kevin Bush and Brad Martin are both probable.
Former H-T sports writer Rex Kirts’ South basketball blog is reporting that Hanner Perea, the 6-foot-8 Colombian and prospective IU recruit, and his LaPorte LaLumiere team will play the Panthers in Bloomington on Saturday, Feb. 19.
Game time will be set so as not to conflict with a potential IU tipoff. The Hoosiers are scheduled to host Northwestern on either the 19th or 20th.
LaLumiere is not an Indiana High School Athletic Association member and can schedule with flexibility. Perea transferred to LaLumiere this year.
Members of the Indiana’s defense runs off the field after forcing Michigan to turn the ball over on downs. Chris Howell | Herald-Times
I don’t have to move very far to get from my bed to my laptop, so I feel fairly confident you’ll be able to find us here. Andy and I will be handling the questions this week, and Hugh gets the morning off. Lucky schmuck.
First, from IUAthletics.com. Captures the shining moments of both Dustin and I.
OK, now the HeraldTimesOnline.com video, focused on Dustin. Also includes Jordan Hulls explaining why what we did really ain’t nothing.
And then Dustin and I talking about our experience.
Indiana senior right tackle James Brewer will miss Saturday’s game with an ankle injury, Indiana coach Bill Lynch said Wednesday. Junior Justin Pagan will move out to right tackle and sophomore Marc Damisch will play at right guard. Pagan started all last season at left guard and has started the last two games at right guard. He has played tackle in practice, but not in a game since his freshman year.
“That’s part of it,” Lynch said. “James can’t play so just like we do in the middle of the game, next guy’s up. We’ll be in good shape. That’s why, one of the things we really really worked hard on during camp, we spent a lot of time where our 2’s got, in some cases, more work than our 1’s, making sure everybody was prepared, because you know once you get to the season something’s going to happen. I’ve got a lot of confidence in the guys. Justin’s played every position on the offensive line but center in his career, so we’re in good shape.”
In addition, fifth-year senior Cody Faulkner has moved on from the program to focus on getting his degree, an Indiana spokesman said. Faulkner, who is going to graduate in December, fell off the two-deep earlier this year, and hasn’t seen much playing time.
Join us for an in-game discussion of the Hoosiers’ matchup with the Irish in a big in-state rivalry game.
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