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    98 Adam Replogle  
    Adam Replogle

    Hometown:
    Centerville, Ohio

    High School:
    Centerville

    Height / Weight:
    6-3 / 294

    Position:
    DT

    Experience:
    4L


    10/13/2012

    Indiana vs Ohio State

    Indiana vs Ohio State

    10/06/2012

    Indiana vs. Michigan State - AP Photos - 10/06/12

    Indiana vs. Michigan State - AP Photos - 10/06/12

    10/09/2011

    Indiana 20, Illinois 41 - AP Photos

    Shane Wynn took the opening kickoff 99 yards untouched for the fourth-longest return in school history.

    Replogle started the final 47 games of his career, a school record, and played in all 48 games from 2009-12. He closed his career with 184 tackles, 95 solo, 15 sacks (90 yards), 28.5 tackles for loss (110), three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. Replogle's 15 sacks rank ninth in school history. He graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in criminal justice in May 2013.

    2012 Honors: Elected team captain along with Will Matte ... named Indiana's Most Valuable Player ... recognized as second team All-Big Ten by the coaches and media ... Capital One Academic All-American (eighth Hoosier all-time) ... Capital One Academic All-District V team member ... 247Sports.com first team, ESPN.com second team and Phil Steele second team All-Big Ten honoree ... Senior CLASS Award and ARA Sportsmanship Award finalist ... William V. Campbell Trophy semifinalist ... AFCA Good Works Team Nominee ... received Indiana's Senior Excellence Award ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.

    2012 (Senior): Posted team-highs with five sacks (35 yards), 13 tackles for loss (46) and two forced fumbles ... finished third with 71 tackles, 41 solo, and added one fumble recovery ... started all 12 games at defensive tackle ... reached seven stops six times ... paced the team in tackles twice ... tied for eighth in the Big Ten in sacks and tied for seventh in TFLs ... ranked second among conference defensive tackles in tackles, sacks and tackles for loss ... matched a career-high with 10 stops, six solo, with a pair of TFLs and one forced fumble at Northwestern ... recorded seven tackles, six solo, with one sack (16) and a career-high four tackles for loss, which is tied for fifth on IU's single-game list, at Penn State ... shared team-high honors with eight stops to go along with one sack against Michigan State ... collected eight tackles in addition to one sack, 1.5 TFLs and one forced fumble in win at Illinois ... made a team-high-tying seven stops, five solo, two tackles for loss and one fumble recovery in win over Iowa ... seven tackles against Ball State and six stops with one sack in season-opening win over Indiana State ... six-time IU defensive player of the week ... 12-time game captain.

    2011 Honors: Elected team captain along with Max Dedmond ... Capital One Academic All-District V team member ... ARA Sportsmanship Award finalist ... received Indiana's Academic Excellence Award ... Indiana's Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.

    2011 (Junior): Led the team with four sacks (25 yards), finished second with seven tackles for loss (31 yards) and paced the defensive linemen and was fifth overall with 49 tackles ... also forced one fumble and broke up two passes ... started all 12 games at defensive tackle ... collected five-or-more tackles five times ... tied for eighth in Big Ten games only with four sacks ... carded two sacks (15 yards), 2.5 TFLs and seven stops at Iowa ... tallied two sacks, forced his first career fumble and added one PBU against Illinois ... set a career-high with 10 tackles in the season opener vs. Ball State ... made seven stops with one TFL and one quarterback hurry against Purdue ... netted five tackles apiece at North Texas (one tackle for loss) and against Northwestern ... three-time IU defensive player of the week ... 11-time game captain.

    2010 Honors: ESPN Academic All-District V first team member ... received Indiana's Chris Dal Sasso "Outstanding Defensive Lineman" Award ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.

    2010 (Sophomore): Started all 12 games with four starts at defensive end and eight at defensive tackle ... led all IU defensive tackles with 32 tackles and two sacks ... added 3.5 tackles for loss, three quarterback hurries and one pass breakup ... made five stops with one sack and two QB hurries against Northwestern ... IU special teams player of the week (Ohio State game).

    2009 Honors: Named to the CollegeFootballNews.com Freshman All-America third team.

    2009 (Freshman): Only true freshman to play in 2009 ... played in all 12 games and started the final 11 contests of the season at defensive tackle ... finished third on the team with four sacks (16 yards), which ranked second among freshmen defensive tackles and third among all freshmen players in the Big Ten ... added five tackles for loss (18 yards) and 32 tackles, 16 solo ... also played fullback each of the final three games ... made seven tackles, 1.5 sacks and 2.5 tackles for loss at No. 7 Iowa.

    Prep/Personal: Nose tackle for head coach Ron Ullery at Centerville High School ... first team all-state, first team all-district and the Greater Western Ohio Conference (GWOC) and Area Player of the Year as a senior ... named team most valuable player, first team all-area, first team All-GWOC in 2007 and 2008 ... earned the Anthony Munoz Award (outstanding defensive lineman), the Sonny Unger Award (outstanding team player) and the Elk Iron Award (most fit player) in 2008 ... played in the 2008 Big 33 Ohio vs. Pennsylvania All-Star Game ... three-year football and basketball letterwinner ... parents are Tom and Theresa Replogle ... Tom played football at Virginia Military Institute (1974-77) ... brother, Tyler, played linebacker at IU (2007-10) and brother, Mike, is a junior defensive end at IU ... Adam Patrick Replogle was born on Oct. 10, 1990.

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