GAME ELEVEN: Hoosiers Head to Happy Valley

    Go Hoosiers! Cameron Coffman
    Go Hoosiers!
    Cameron Coffman
    Go Hoosiers!

    Nov. 12, 2012


    Indiana (4-6, 2-4 Big Ten) vs. Penn State (6-4, 4-2 Big Ten)
     Date Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012
     Time Noon EST
     Location University Park, Pa. - Beaver Stadium (106,572)
     Television BTN (Kevin Kugler, Chris Martin & J Leman)
     Radio IU Radio Network (Affiliates)
    Game Notes Indiana | Big Ten
    Live Stats Gametracker
     Social Media @IUCoachWilson | @HoosierFootball

    Opening up a two-game road trip to conclude the 2012 regular season, the Indiana football team (4-6, 2-4 Big Ten) heads to Penn State (6-4, 4-2 Big Ten) on Saturday, Nov. 17. Kickoff is set for noon EST at Beaver Stadium (106,572; Natural Grass) and BTN will broadcast the game.

    Kevin Wilson is in his second season as head coach at Indiana. Wilson spent the 2002-10 seasons at Oklahoma, where he served as co-offensive coordinator and offensive line coach from 2002-05 and as offensive coordinator and tight ends and fullbacks coach from 2006-10.

    Bill O'Brien was named Penn State's 15th head football coach on Jan. 6, 2012. His coaching experience includes 14 years at the collegiate level and five years as an offensive assistant with the New England Patriots.

    • Hoosiers defensive end Javon Cornley's brother, Jamelle, played forward on the Nittany Lions basketball team from 2006-09. Jamelle is the program's fourth all-time rebounder (755) and fifth all-time scorer (1,579).

    • Indiana's school-record streak of scoring 24-or-more points in 10 consecutive games ended against Wisconsin.

    • The Hoosiers have scored more points (312) in 2012 than they scored all of last season (257).

    • IU leads the Big Ten in passing offense (293.2-26th nationally), is second in kickoff returns (22.8-44th) and sacks allowed (1.20-T-22nd), and is third in total offense (431.4-43rd) and scoring offense (31.2-T-44th).

    • Indiana leads the Big Ten in tackles for loss (7.3-T-17th nationally) and is third in sacks (2.4-T-35th).

    Adam Replogle and Larry Black, Jr., are tied for second among Big Ten defensive tackles with four sacks and nine tackles for loss. Replogle also leads all conference defensive linemen with 6.2 tackles per game.

    • Replogle matched a school record making his 45th career start against the Badgers. He is tied with offensive linemen Tim Radtke (1985-88) and Enoch DeMar (1999-2002).

    • For the third straight year and third time in his career, Replogle earned Academic All-District V honors. He was joined on the team by sophomore safety Mark Murphy, who collected his first honor.

    • Murphy reached double-digit tackles for the second time this season and the fifth time in his career against Wisconsin. He matched a career-high with 13 stops and set a career-high with nine solos.

    Cody Latimer is fourth in the Big Ten in receiving yards (70.7), tied for sixth in touchdowns (five) and eighth in receptions (4.4). Shane Wynn is fourth in receptions (5.1) and tied for fourth in touchdowns (six), while Kofi Hughes is eighth in yards (55.8) and tied for 10th in receptions (4.0).




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