IU vs. Penn State Post-Game Notes

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    Nov. 17, 2012

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    Indiana at Penn State
    November 17, 2012

    • Senior defensive tackle Adam Replogle set Indiana's all-time record with his 46th career start. He broke the mark held by offensive linemen Tim Radtke (1985-88) and Enoch DeMar (1999-2002).

    • Replogle moved into ninth on Indiana's career sacks list when he brought Matt McGloin down for a 16-yard loss in the first quarter for his 15th career sack. He finished the game with seven tackles, the sack and a career-high four tackles for loss.

    • The four TFLs tied for the fifth-most in a game in school history and the most for a Hoosier since linebacker Matt Mayberry recorded four against Central Michigan on Nov. 1, 2008.

    • Sophomore quarterback Cameron Coffman completed 33-of-59 passes for 454 yards and two touchdowns. The 33 completions matched his career-high (Michigan State - Oct. 6, 2012) and tied for the fourth-most in school history. His 454 yards and 59 attempts each rank second all-time behind Ben Chappell, who threw for 480 yards on 64 attempts against Michigan on Oct. 2, 2010.

    • Coffman has 216 completions this season, which is fifth on IU's single-season list, 14 touchdown passes (tied for sixth), 2,386 passing yards (seventh) and 354 attempts (eighth).

    • Sophomore wide receiver Shane Wynn hauled in 12 catches for 108 yards. His dozen catches matched a career high (Michigan State - Oct. 6, 2012), the 2012 season-high for a Big Ten player and the fifth-most in school history. • The 108 yards also set a career high, as Wynn went over the century mark for the first time in his career and recorded his second double-digit reception game.

    • Wynn's 63 receptions in 2012 are tied with Tandon Doss (2010) for the sixth-most in a season.

    Ted Bolser became the third tight end in school history and the 36th player overall to reach 1,000 career receiving yards, joining Bob Stephenson (1,252 from 1978-81) and Dave Lilja (1,045 from 1984-86). The junior finished the game with four grabs for 52 yards and a 2-yard touchdown. He now has nine career TDs, which is an Indiana tight end record.

    • Bolser's 39 receptions for 429 yards both rank third among IU tight ends in a single season. He also has three touchdowns in 2012.

    • Junior Duwyce Wilson corralled six receptions for 78 yards, matching a career-high with the six snags.

    • Coffman connected with junior running back Stephen Houston for a 79-yard scoring strike in the third quarter. It marked the Hoosiers fourth 70-yard TD pass this season and their longest since running back Marcus Thigpen pulled in a 79-yarder against Michigan State on Sept. 27, 2008.

    • Houston has 13 total touchdowns this season, which is tied for fifth in IU history, and 21 in his career, which is tied for eighth. His 80 points puts him ninth on the single-season list. He finished the game with 98 yards total yards, 90 coming on two catches and eight on four carries.

    • Junior cornerback Antonio Marshall recorded his second interception of the season and his career when he snared a ball deflected by junior linebacker Griffen Dahlstrom. Marshall shares the team's INT lead with junior safety Greg Heban and pushed the Hoosiers interception total to six this season.

    • Sophomore safety Mark Murphy recovered his first career fumble in the third.

    • Indiana scored a touchdown following the interception and a field goal after the fumble. IU has scored 41 points off of 12 turnovers this season.

    Mitch Ewald matched a career-high with three field goals (26, 44 and 46 yards) to go along with one extra point. He moved into a tie for third with 44 career field goals and into a tie for sixth with 232 career points. He remains fifth with 100 extra points.

    • The school's all-time career percentage leader is now 44-of-55 (80.0 percent) in his career and 100-of-101 on extra points. Ewald is 15-of-20 (77.8) and 37-of-38 with 82 points in 2012. He is tied for fifth on IU's single-season field goals list, fourth in extra points and seventh in total points.

    • Ewald missed his first career extra point, snapping his streak of 100 straight. It was the second-longest streak in school history (Pete Stoyanovich, 107) and the fifth-longest in Big Ten history.

    • Indiana recovered its Big Ten-leading third onside kick of the season. Ewald made the recovery, the third of his career. He previously made recoveries in 2010 and 2011.

    • Heban led the team in tackles for fifth time this season with 10 stops. It marked his third double-digit tackle game of the year and of his career.

    • Sophomore defensive end Ryan Phillis recorded his third sack of the season and of his career, while sophomore middle linebacker David Cooper added his third sack of the season and of his career.

    • Cooper also tallied eight tackles, which was second on the team.

    • Indiana finished the game with three sacks and eight tackles for loss. IU has five games with at least three sacks and five games with at least eight TFLs.

    • The Hoosiers won the coin toss for the fourth time this season and elected to receive for the second time.

    • Fifth-year senior center Will Matte and Replogle served as Indiana's game captains for the 11th time in as many games this season. Replogle has filled the role 22 times in his career, while Matte has done so 20 times.




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