Indiana vs. Wisconsin Postgame Notes
Nov. 10, 2012
With 25 completions, sophomore quarterback Cameron Coffman moves his season total to 183, which ranks as the 10th-most in a single campaign in program history. Coffman also posted his fourth game with multiple touchdown passes. He finished the game 25-of-46 for 233 yards and two touchdowns.
Tight end Ted Bolser got the Hoosiers on the scoreboard with a 6-yard touchdown reception. During the scoring drive, the junior pulled in a one-handed, 38-yard catch for a career-long. He finished the game with three catches for 53 yards.
Bolser has two scores this season and eight in his career.
Junior wide receiver Kofi Hughes pulled in his third touchdown of the season and the sixth of his career in the fourth quarter. Coffman found him in the corner of the end zone from seven yards out.
Running back Isaiah Roundtree covered 39 yards on eight carries, good for a 4.9 average. The sophomore also added an 8-yard catch.
Indiana had scored 24-or-more points in the first nine games this season and 10 straight overall, a school record.
Safety Mark Murphy reached double-digit tackles for the second time this season and the fifth time in his career. The sophomore safety recorded a game-high and matched a career-high with 13 tackles and posted a career-high nine solo stops.
Middle linebacker David Cooper matched a career-high with 10 tackles, including a career-best eight solo stops, good for the second double-digit tackle game of his career. He also added his second career sack and broke up a pass.
Junior safety Greg Heban recorded his first sack of the season and the second of his career. Heban finished with a career-high two tackles for loss and added seven tackles, six solo, to increase his team-leading total to 72.
The Hoosier defense continued to mount pressure with two sacks and six tackles for loss. They now have 22 sacks and 67 TFLs this season.
Mitch Ewald hit both of his extra points to improve to 36-for-36 on the season and 99-for-99 in his career. The junior is now tied for fourth on IU's single-season list and his 99 extra points keeps him in fifth place.
Shane Wynn returned a pair of kickoffs for 40 yards and moved into seventh on Indiana's career kick return yardage list. The sophomore sits at 1,195 and trails Keith Calvin's 1,271 for sixth.
Sixteen Hoosiers participated in Senior Day activities: defensive tackle Larry Black, Jr., running back David Blackwell, fullback Dimitrius Carr-Watson, fullback Mike Carter, defensive end Javon Cornley, offensive lineman Charlie Chapman, kicker Nick Freeland, defensive tackle Jerrell Kirlew, tight end Charles Love III, center Will Matte, defensive tackle Tyler McGuigan, defensive tackle Adam Replogle, punter Chad Roggeman, defensive tackle Nicholas Sliger, punter Mitchell Voss and safety Alexander Webb. The program also recognized senior managers Joe Grant, Travis Kurtz and Tyler Miller.
With his 45th career start, senior defensive tackle Adam Replogle matched offensive linemen Tim Radtke (1985-88) and Enoch DeMar's (1999-2002) Indiana record for career starts.
Fifth-year senior center Will Matte and Replogle served as Indiana's game captains for the 10th time in as many games this season. Replogle has filled the role 21 times in his career, while Matte has done so 19 times.
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