Randle El at the Super Bowl

Former Indiana standout quarterback Antwaan Randle El will have a shot at earning a second Super Bowl ring this Sunday when the Pittsburgh Steelers play the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XLV outside Dallas.

Randle El played at IU from 1998-2001 and earned first team All-American accolades in 2001 when he also was named the Big Ten’s MVP.

He threw a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to hep the Steelers clinch a 21-10 win over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XL.

Chris Yandek sat down with Randle El for an in-depth interview about the Super Bowl, the future of the NFL and much more for cyinterview.com. You can read a transcript and listen here.


  1. It looks with near certainty Corey Raymond and Jerry Montgomery will not even be available to coach a single practice for the IU football program. CR is reported heading to the Huskers and JM is going to work for Hoke. The ability or inability to live your life through actions demonstrating integrity are both taught to and learned as a child. Each commitment broken makes breaking the next one easier till it is near automatic. For forty plus years I’ve witnessed and observed the line on the graph identifying the issue of integrity taking steady aim downward. The actions of people such as these two “gentlemen” are what we offer as modern day role models for young people to replicate, emulate during their lives and insure the graphs future trajectory remains hopeless. I am genuine in simply saying. Good riddance to bad rubbish.

  2. Where are the comments about Raymond and Montgomery coming from. Please clarify. Also any word on who will coach the running backs.

  3. Hoosier Nation and Peegs are all over the issue of the turncoats. Jemal Singleton RB coach from Air Force appears to be in line to be IU’s RB coach. Also the IU FB program just got a surprise LOI signed by Shane Wynn a much sought after WR who played for Ted Ginn Sr. at Glenville in Ohio. He is a great kick returner and will be the scatback receiver Coach Wilson likes in the slot. He has offers from everywhere. I’ll say one thing Coach Wilson accurately identifies talent when evaluating both players or coaches.

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