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Spring game recap: Indiana

4/13/2014

We're recapping all the spring game action from over the weekend today. Next up: Indiana.

The Cream team beat the Crimson 24-14 before a crowd of 9,200 at sunny Memorial Stadium. You can find coverage of the game here, here and here.

Star of the game: Wide receiver Shane Wynn had five catches for 141 yards and one touchdown.

How it went down: Wynn took some grief for his choices and deliberation during Friday's player draft but delivered a big game that included catches of 60 and 56 yards, plus a 16-yard touchdown, all from Tre Roberson.

"I always trust Shane,” Roberson said. “We talk before when we’re on the sideline. If he knows he can go deep, we’ll just look at each other. We’ll send him deep, and I’ll throw the ball as far as I can. He’s so fast. You can’t really out-throw him.”

Looking for some clarity on who the starting QB might be? Don't bother. Head coach Kevin Wilson is fine with playing two guys, and there's little to separate the duo of Roberson and Nate Sudfeld. Roberson went 10-of-22 for 176 yards and an interception and also had a 65-yard scoring run, while Sudfeld was 29-of-40 for 273 yards with one score and two picks.

"We better manage the quarterback deal good," Wilson said. "That's my job. And I attack it in a positive way with those guys.”

Star tailback Tevin Coleman took only three carries but gained 61 yards. Anthony Davis added 41 yards on five carries with a 30-yard score, and Myles Graham had two touchdown runs.

The Cream team averaged better than nine yards per carry, which is not a great sign for the defense. But the Hoosiers like the progress on that side of the ball. Defensive tackle Nate Hoff led all defenders with seven tackles, plus a sack, while sophomore corner Rashard Fant had six tackles, an interception and a pass breakup. They're both backups, and Indiana is hopeful that more depth and competition will lead to a better overall defense this season.

“I’ve been coaching at a lot of different places, and this is as physical a spring as I’ve ever been a part of, as far as just the fundamentals of teaching guys to get off blocks,” new defensive coordinator Brian Knorr said.