Indiana sophomore QB Tre Roberson did in fact break his leg Saturday versus UMass and will miss the remainder of the 2012 season.
Indiana sophomore QB Tre Roberson appeared to have broken his left ankle or leg during the team's game against UMass.
Indiana junior WR Kofi Hughes, junior CB Lawrence Burnett, and sophomore Forisse Hardin have each been suspended for one game this season due to an undisclosed violation of team rules.
Following a 1-11 campaign, Tre Roberson’s job as IU’s starting quarterback is not assured.
Quarterback Ed Wright-Baker has decided to leave the Indiana football program.
Dusty Kiel, who lost his battle for the starting quarterback job before last season, has left Indiana's porgram.
Receiver Damarlo Belcher has been dismissed from the team for a violation of team rules.
Indiana’s Stephen Houston ran for a career-high 151 yards and 2 TDs in a 59-38 loss to visiting Northwestern.
Indiana wide receiver Tandon Doss is the latest player to declare for the 2011 NFL Draft. Doss was the top receiver for the Hoosiers and ranked fourth nationally in total yards per game with 175.8.
Indiana quarterback Ben Chappell threw for 330 yards and three touchdowns, all to wide receiver Tandon Doss, in a win over Purdue.
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 tight end Max Dedmond (knee) will miss this weekend's game with Iowa.
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.”
ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg reports that Indiana tight end Max Dedmond (knee) will miss Saturday's game with Northwestern.