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    IU vs. ISU Game Notes

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    Indiana Game Notes

    Indiana vs. Indiana State
    
 August 29, 2013

    • Indiana's 73 points scored are the second most in school history behind only the 76-0 victory over Franklin in 1901.

    • The Hoosiers 632 yards of total offense are the third most in school history.

    • IU had 313 yards rushing and 319 yards passing, marking the first time in school history the team has gained 300-plus yards through the air and on the ground.

    • Indiana's 10 touchdowns in the game are the most on record, with statistics available since 1949.

    • IU's 45 points in the first half are the most on record in school history (score by quarter is unavailable prior to 1949).

    • The game produced Memorial Stadium records for points scored by a team (Indiana's 73), combined points scored (108), total yards (Indiana's 632) and touchdowns (Indiana's 10).

    • Fifth-year senior Ted Bolser had a career-high-tying six catches for 78 yards with two touchdowns. He caught a 12-yard score from sophomore quarterback Tre Roberson to open the game and a 9-yard TD from sophomore quarterback Nate Sudfeld in the second quarter.

    • Bolser has scored the Hoosiers first points of a season twice in his career. He also caught a 12-yard TD against Towson in the 2010 opener.

    • The Cincinnati native scored two touchdowns for the second times in his career. He has 11 overall, extending his IU tight end record.

    • Sophomore Tevin Coleman posted a career-best 169 rushing yards on 14 carries with two touchdowns, averaging 12.1 yards per carry. He added a career-long 58-yarder in the third quarter, which set up a 3-yard score for Wynn.

    • Coleman added a 34-yard touchdown in the first quarter and a 20-yard score in the third. He has three career rushing TDs.

    • Indiana scored nine touchdowns in the first three quarters of the game, averaging 1:01 per touchdown drive over that stretch. The Hoosiers scored more than three points for every minute of offensive possession in the first three quarters.

    • Nine of Indiana's touchdowns came on four-or-fewer plays of offense, including one punt return touchdown.

    • Junior Shane Wynn had three non-fair catch touches that all resulted in touchdowns. He has eight career receiving touchdowns.

    • In the first quarter, Wynn caught a 43-yard touchdown from Roberson, his third career 40-plus yard TD reception. He added a 3-yard touchdown grab from Sudfeld in the third quarter.

    • Wynn added his first career punt return TD, a 58-yarder, in the second quarter. It is the Hoosiers' first punt return score since Tracy Porter's 86-yarder on Sept. 2, 2006.

    • Wynn is the first Hoosier to catch a pair of touchdowns and return a punt for a touchdown since Rob Turner caught two TD's and returned a punt for the score vs. Missouri on Sept. 22, 1990.

    • The Cleveland native now has a receiving, kick return and punt return for a score in his career.

    • Senior Kofi Hughes scored on a 27-yard pass from Sudfeld. Hughes caught passes on all three plays of the drive, gaining all 69 yards.

    • Sudfeld finished 12-of-17 for 219 yards with four touchdowns and one interception.

    • Sudfeld's four touchdown passes make him the first Hoosier with four since Ben Chappell threw four against Arkansas State on Oct. 16, 2010.

    • Roberson started the game and finished 3-for-6 with 71 yards and a career-high two touchdowns. He added 19 yards on five carries.

    • Junior linebacker Forisse Hardin forced a first quarter fumble that true freshman safety Antonio Allen recovered, career firsts for both.

    • Sophomore cornerback Michael Hunter collected his first career interception in the first quarter, returning it for 28 yards and setting up a three-play touchdown drive.

    • Junior wide receiver Nick Stoner added his first career TD, a 44-yarder from Sudfeld, at the 11:00 mark in the second quarter.

    • Fifth-year senior kicker Mitch Ewald scored 13 points in the game, making 10-of-10 extra points and his only field goal attempt, a 26-yard kick in the second quarter.

    • Ewald had six touchbacks on 12 kickoffs, and Indiana State had an average starting position of the 22.5-yard line on Ewald kickoffs.

    • Indiana sacked ISU quarterbacks four times in the game. Sophomore defensive end Nick Mangieri added 1.5 sacks, sophomore defensive tackle Adarius Rayner had one, and true freshman defensive tackle Darius Latham, junior linebacker David Cooper and junior defensive end John Laihinen each shared a sack.

    • True freshman linebacker T.J. Simmons added a team-high nine tackles, including half-tackle for loss. Cooper had eight stops.

    • Junior cornerback Tim Bennett broke up three passes, and Indiana got hands on five in the contest with junior Steven Funderburk and junior cornerback Kenny Mullen each registering one.

    • Eight true freshmen played for the Hoosiers, as safety Antonio Allen, tight end Danny Friend, defensive end David Kenney, defensive tackle Darius Latham, linebackers Clyde Newton, Marcus Oliver and T.J. Simmons, and running back Laray Smith saw the field in the contest.

    • Fifth-year senior safety Greg Heban, fifth-year senior wide receiver Duwyce Wilson, senior wide receiver Kofi Hughes and fifth-year senior linebacker Griffen Dahlstrom served as game captains.

    • Sophomore defensive end Nick Mangieri, sophomore defensive tackle Adarius Rayner, redshirt freshman defensive tackle Ralphael Green and true freshman middle linebacker T.J. Simmons received their first career starts on defense.

    • Sophomore right guard David Kaminski and sophomore right tackle Ralston Evans earned their first career starts on offense.

    • Indiana won the coin toss and elected to defer.

     

     


       

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