Even though Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell left Saturday's blowout loss with a hip injury, Mr. Sunshine himself, coach Bill Lynch, expects to have his starter back when the Hoosiers travel to Landover, Maryland to play a "home game" against Penn State.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell left the Wisconsin game late in the first half with an apparent left leg injury.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell was wearing a walking boot on Monday to protect an injured foot/ankle. “I’m just trying to keep it immobilized for now,” said Chappell, whose left foot was in the boot. “Keep moving on it, but I’ll be fine.”
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell threw for 279 yards and a touchdown, but was intercepted three times by Illinois on Saturday.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell thew for 382 yards and four touchdowns in a win over Arkansas State on Saturday.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell threw for just 106 yards and no touchdowns while being picked off two times against Ohio State on Saturday.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell threw for 480 yards and three touchdowns in a heart-breaking loss to Michigan on Saturday.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell threw for 366 yards and three touchdowns against Ball State on Saturday. Chappell also found pay dirt with a QB sneak.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell is ready to build upon his impressive (nearly 3,000 passing yards) 2009 campaign. Thanks to a great receiving corps and a talented runner Chappell feels they've "got a shot at" leading the conference in passing.
Damarlo Belcher had a nice start to the season, catching six balls for 97 yards and a TD from QB Ben Chappell in Thursday night's win over Eastern Kentucky.
Ben Chappell, quarterback for the Indiana Hoosiers, went 14-of-22 passing for 205 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in Saturday's spring game in Bloomington.
Indiana head coach Bill Lynch has decreed that Ben Chappell is his starting quarterback and will see the first-team snaps during practice, thus relegating former quarterback Kellen Lewis to wide receiver, where's he's currently listed as a starter.
The Indiana Hoosiers looked like a fairly solid passing offense this afternoon -- at least for the first half -- as sophomore Ben Chappell went 11-of-20 for 126 yards and a touchdown through the first two quarters of today's matchup with the Wisconsin Badgers. Problem was that Chappell left the game late in the second quarter with a head injury and would not return for the remainder of the contest.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell was at practice Monday despite some bruised ribs suffered in the upset over Northwestern last Saturday.