Dan Feeney has done it again.
The senior offensive lineman picked up All-American honors for the second consecutive year, earning a second-team nod from the Walter Camp Foundation on Thursday.
Feeney, who received first team honors from ESPN last year, is the first offensive lineman and the sixth player in program history to pick up multiple All-American honors, joining Anthony Thompson, Van Waiters, John Isenbarger, George Taliaferro, Pete Pihos and Bill Hillenbrand.
After junior linebacker Tegray Scales received second team All-American honors from Sports Illustrated earlier Thursday, Indiana has now placed at least one player onto an All-American team in each of the past three seasons. Former left tackle Jason Spriggs also earned first team honors last December and former running back Tevin Coleman was a unanimous and consensus selection in 2014.
Feeney, who developed as one of the top right guards in the nation during his career at Indiana, has started the past four weeks at right tackle. In 45 career games, he’s allowed only two sacks.