Robinson out indefinitely with knee injury

Indiana freshman guard Stanford Robinson is out indefinitely with injuring his right knee at Hoosier Hysteria on Friday night according to a release on Indiana’s athletics website.

Per the release, which did not specify the extent of the injury, Robinson is “beginning treatment and daily evaluation.”

Robinson’s injury occurred with just 4.6 seconds left in the scrimmage at the end of Hoosier Hysteria. Robinson scored six points in the scrimmage.

Robinson, a 6-foot-4, 193-pound left-hander, is the No. 56 rated freshman in the Class of 2013. He averaged 10 points and five assists per game at Findlay Prep in Nevada last season and 13.5 points per game as a junior at Paul VI in Virginia.

5 comments

  1. This is a sad thing. I hope it does not need surgery. I no injuries happen and there are many every year. I still remember in 1975 when Scott May broke his arm and how bad we all felt because we knew that team should have been the Champs but he came back fine the next year and IU made history that no one has done since. So Stan you get well. You are going to be a great player for IU! I could tell from the scrimmage last night that no one
    could stop you from going to the hoop.

  2. Kinda hate to read this as I think we have 4 Frosh who can really ball and 2 are now hurt. DD, NV, T-Will along with Robinson are athletic with talent to hone and grow into BIG skills.

  3. HH, On one post you say I am right and you agree, so what does this mean? Of course I know what the 1983 banner was for? I am nearly 70 years old and I still have my right mind. How about your mind?

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