Ohio State safety Kurt Coleman has been suspended for Saturday’s game by the Big Ten for a late helmet to helmet hit against Illinois. You can read the Columbus Dispatch’s story on the suspension here.
Donnell Jones’ status for Saturday is unresolved and will be updated on IU’s injury report tomorrow, but the reason he isn’t on the depth chart is his hamstring injury, which he re-aggravated against Michigan.
Darius Willis’ big day against Michigan was enough to put the redshirt freshman atop the depth chart.
Senior Demeterius McCray had been the listed starter since the season opener, but after Willis ran for 152 yards and two touchdowns against Michigan on Saturday he is listed first among running backs on IU’s depth chart, which was released Monday.
Since Indiana’s 36-33 loss to Michigan on Saturday, there has been much consternation among the suddenly optimistic fans* over Indiana’s failure to convert in the red zone. It advanced to or beyond the Wolverines’ 20-yard line five times and scored only one touchdown.
(*It is amazing how quickly a group can turn from “Oh lord I hope our players make it home ok!” to “We must now dissect the footwork of our backup right guard to figure out where this game got away!” But that’s the beauty of rooting.)
Here’s a breakdown of Indiana’s red zone trips:
2:57 1st quarter: Tandon Doss’ long reception brings Indiana to the 11-yard-line
From Indiana media relations:
Indiana’s Oct. 10 game at Virginia will kick off at 3:30 p.m. in Charlottesville, Va., and will be carried live on ESPN360.com, it was announced today.
(This image has been circulating and came into my e-mail inbox yesterday. Not sure exactly where it came from.)
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