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Indiana Game Notes
Indiana at Massachusetts
September 8, 2012
Indiana totaled 606 yards of offense for the day, marking the first time IU had surpassed 600 offensive yards since Oct. 6, 2001 at Wisconsin (631 yards).
As a team, Indiana rushed for 331 yards on the ground, which marked the first time IU had ran for 300 yards since Oct. 29, 2011, against Northwestern (319 yards).
Indiana opened up a 21-6 lead after one quarter. The Hoosiers last scored 21 points in a quarter vs. South Carolina State on Sept. 17, 2011 (21 points).
Indiana had eight players rush the ball during the game.
The Hoosiers had 11 players catch passes on the day.
Quarterback Tre Roberson scored his fourth career touchdown when he ran 50 yards for his first score of the game to put the Hoosiers up 7-0. That run was the longest TD run for a Hoosier quarterback since Kellen Lewis scored from 75 yards out vs. Western Kentucky on Aug. 30, 2008.
Roberson later scored on a 39-yard TD run at the 10:24 mark of the first quarter for his second rushing score of the day. The two rushing touchdowns are a new career single-game mark for Roberson.
Roberson finished the game with 114 rushing yards, his highest total on the ground since running for 121 yards against Northwestern on Oct. 29, 2011. He also went 7-for-14 through the air for 88 yards and a touchdown pass.
True freshman running back Tevin Coleman set career marks rushing for 86 yards on 14 carries, averaging 6.1 yards per carry.
Running back Isaiah Roundtree saw his first action as a Hoosier, running for 62 yards on 10 carries, which averages to 6.2 yards per run. The sophomore also added his first career touchdown in the third quarter.
With Indiana holding a 38-6 lead at halftime, it marked the highest point total in a half for the Hoosiers since Sept. 2, 2010 (38 vs. Towson, first half).
In his first two drives playing quarterback for Indiana, Cameron Coffman went 8-for-11 for 92 yards as both ended in Hoosier touchdowns.
Mitch Ewald kicked his 72nd career PAT on IU's final touchdown drive. That total puts Ewald alone in sixth place all-time in school history in the extra points department.
Sophomore cornerback Kenny Mullen and sophomore linebacker David Cooper both set career highs in tackles as both defenders finished the game with eight total tackles each.
Sophomore Cody Latimer led the Hoosiers in receiving with a career-high 68 yards on five catches.
Coffman connected with Charles Love III for a 12-yard score early in the fourth quarter, marking the first career TD pass for Coffman and first career TD catch for Love III.
Coffman paced the Hoosiers passing attack, completing 16-of-22 passes for 159 yards and a touchdown pass. He finished with a completion percentage of 72.7 percent for the game.
Sophomore defensive back Tim Bennett recorded his first career sack for an 11-yard loss midway through the fourth quarter.
Sophomore defensive end Ryan Phillis tallied the first sack of his career for a six-yard loss during the third quarter.
Indiana's 45 points are the most scored in a single game for the Hoosiers since scoring 51 against Towson on Sept. 2, 2010.
UMass won the coin toss and elected to defer.
Sophomore wide receiver Nick Stoner and true freshman running back Tevin Coleman made their first career starts.
Fifth-year senior center Will Matte and senior defensive tackle Adam Replogle served as Indiana's game captains for the second straight game.