Graduated with a bachelor of science degree with distinction in accounting and finance in December 2011. Replogle earned the team's 2010 Harold Mauro Award, given to the player that best exemplifies valued qualities demonstrated by Harold Mauro to Indiana University and the Bloomington community. He wrapped up his career with six career double-digit tackle games, 213 stops, 123 solo, three sacks, 13.5 tackles for loss, two interceptions, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble. Replogle played in 39 career games (21 starts).
2010 Honors: Received honorable mention All-Big Ten recognition from the league's media ... named Indiana's Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree ... ESPN Academic All-District V first team member ... ARA Sportsmanship Award finalist ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award recipient ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2010 (Senior): Team captain started all 10 games in which he appeared at strong-side linebacker ... missed the Akron and Wisconsin games due to injury ... led the Hoosiers with 87 tackles and 30 solo stops ... finished third in the Big Ten averaging 8.7 tackles per game ... owned three double-digit tackle games, six tackles for loss, one interception, three quarterback hurries, one fumble recovery and one pass defended ... led the Hoosiers in tackles five times ... did not have fewer than six stops in any game and narrowly missed double figures with three nine-tackle contests ... posted a season-high 14 stops, seven solo, with one TFL vs. Penn State ... made 11 tackles, nine solo, to go along with one tackle for loss in Old Oaken Bucket victory at Purdue ... opened the campaign with 10 stops and an interception in win over Towson ... INT set up the team's first seven points of the year ... followed Towson game with nine tackles and 1.5 TFLs in win at Western Kentucky ... added nine stops apiece in triumph over Arkansas State and at Illinois (half-tackle for loss, one quarterback hurry) ... collected seven tackles and recovered a fumble against No. 19 Michigan ... delivered six stops each against Northwestern (one tackle for loss, one quarterback hurry) vs. No. 15 Iowa (one TFL, one QBH) and at No. 2 Ohio State.
2009 (Junior): Played in 11 games and started nine times at strong-side linebacker ... finished 12th in the Big Ten with 7.3 tackles per game and 13th in league games only with 7.7 stops each time out ... ended the year second on the team with 80 tackles and 51 solos ... added two sacks (10 yards), was fifth on the team with 6.5 tackles for loss (22 yards), recorded one interception (30 yards) and broke up two passes ... collected two double-digit tackle games ... posted 10 tackles and one TFL in back-to-back games at Virginia and vs. Illinois ... followed those two contests with nine tackles, eight solo, and a tackle for loss at Northwestern ... made seven stops, six solo, with one sack, two tackles for loss and first career interception in win at Akron ... tallied nine tackles, seven solo, vs. No. 24 Wisconsin and eight stops at No. 23 Michigan ... compiled seven tackles and a half-sack at No. 7 Iowa, six stops and a half-sack vs. No. 7 Ohio State and six tackles, five solo, and a half-tackle for loss in victory over Western Michigan ... voted a game captain twice ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2008 (Sophomore): Made the first two starts of career at weak-side linebacker the final two games of the season ... saw action in 11 games at linebacker and on special teams ... named Indiana's special teams player of the year ... led the team with 11 special teams player of the week honors ... finished the year with 38 tackles, 20 solo, one sack, one fumble forced and recovered ... closed out the campaign at Purdue with a team season-high 19 tackles, nine solo, with the first sack of career ... earned the Terry P. Cole "Impact Player" Award as the team's most outstanding player in the Old Oaken Bucket game ... in first career start, collected seven tackles at No. 7 Penn State ... recorded 26 tackles, 11 solo, with one sack in his two starts ... posted four tackles and recovered first career fumble against Ball State ... tallied three stops and forced first career fumble vs. Wisconsin ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2007 (Freshman): Played in the first six games of the season before suffering a season-ending ACL injury against Minnesota ... back-up linebacker closed the campaign with eight tackles, four solos ... recorded three tackles in the season opener against Indiana State ... collected a pair of stops against Akron and at Iowa, and one tackle at Western Michigan.
Prep/Personal: Linebacker for head coach Ron Ullery at Centerville High School ... recorded 133 tackles, 70 solo, 20 tackles for loss and eight sacks as a senior ... three-year starter closed career with 407 tackles, 210 solo, and 65 tackles for loss ... Greater Western Ohio Conference (GWOC) Defensive Player of the Year, second team Associated Press All-State, first team all-area and first team All-GWOC in 2005 and 2006 ... all-district first team, team defensive MVP and a participant in the All-Ohio North/South All-Star Game ... rated the No. 22 middle linebacker nationally by Scout.com ... team went 8-2 and won the GWOC in 2006, 10-2 and a district playoff finalist in 2005 and 11-1, GWOC champs and a district finalist in 2004 ... claimed three letters in football and two in basketball ... parents are Tom and Theresa Replogle ... Tom played football at Virginia Military Institute (1974-77) ... brother, Adam, played defensive tackle at IU (2009-12) and brother, Mike, is a junior defensive end at IU ... Tyler James Replogle was born on April 10, 1989.