IU vs. Navy Game Notes
Sep 7, 2013
Indiana Game Notes
With 108 points scored in the first two games, Indiana set a school record for most points in two consecutive games, surpassing the previous mark of 106 which was set in 1943 and 1945.
Quarterback Nate Sudfeld set career-highs with 31 completions, 42 attempts and 363 yards to go along with four touchdowns, matching the career-high he set last week. He also rushed six times for 35 yards, both career marks. Sudfeld's 363 passing yards are 10th all-time in school history.
Sudfeld has four career multi-TD games and two in as many games this season. He has six 40-plus yard throws in his career, three scores.
Kofi Hughes had 102 receiving yards on six catches with a touchdown, marking his
fourth career game of 100-or-more yards.
Hughes opened Indiana's scoring with a 45-yard TD reception, his second of the season and eighth of his career. The senior has eight 40-plus yard receptions, three for scores, in his career.
Ted Bolser caught two TDs to move into a share of ninth on Indiana's career list with his 13 career touchdowns. He caught a 6-yarder in the second quarter and a 15-yard TD in the fourth quarter. IU's all-time tight end touchdown leader now has four in 2013.
Tevin Coleman reached the end zone for third time this season with a 7-yard rush in the third quarter. The sophomore now has three rushing scores this season, four in his career and five total TDs (one kick return).
Shane Wynn kicked off IU's scoring in the fourth with a 7-yard touchdown reception. It is his third TD in 2013, the ninth of his career and his 11th overall (nine rushing, one kick return, one punt return).
Indiana's first touchdown drive lasted three plays, covered 79 yards and took just 63 seconds. It marked IU's fourth 40-plus yard TD, sixth TD drive in three-or-fewer plays and eighth TD drive in 67-or-fewer seconds this year.
Each of IU's five touchdown drives covered at least 76 yards and took less than 4:00.
The Hoosiers finished with 363 passing yards, making it back-to-back games of 300-or-more yards through the air. Going back to 2012, IU has had four consecutive games of 300-plus passing yards.
Junior cornerback Tim Bennett set a career-high with 12 tackles, five solo, to lead the Hoosiers to go along with a TD-saving pass breakup.
Sophomore defensive tackle Adarius Rayner collected a sack for a loss of 11 yards, bringing his season total to two.
Fifth-year senior kicker Mitch Ewald set Indiana's career extra point record after a 5-for-5 effort. He is now 120-for-121 in his career and broke Scott Bonnell's mark of 117 (1989-92).
Redshirt freshman defensive tackle Shawn Heffern earned his first career start.
Indiana won the coin toss for the second straight week and elected to receive for the first time in 2013.
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