Cream wins Spring Game, 24-14

Indiana wide receiver Shane Wynn caught five passes for 141 yards and a touchdown and quarterback Tre Roberson threw for 176 yards and a score and rushed for 66 yards in a touchdown to lead the Cream squad to a 24-14 win over Crimson in Indiana’s Spring Game on Saturday in front of an announced crowd of 9,231 at Memorial Stadium.

Tailback Anthony Davis also rushed for a touchdown for the Cream team, and kicker Aaron DelGrosso added a field goal.

Quarterback Nate Sudfeld threw for 273 yards and a touchdown for the Crimson squad and running back Myles Graham rushed for one touchdown and also posted a receiving score.

Defensive end David Kenney played for both teams and recorded a sack for each. Rashard Fant and Brendan Grubbe recorded interceptions for the Cream team and linebacker Clyde Newton had one for the Crimson squad.


  1. I understand Rashard Fant and David Kenney tore em up, although Kenney had the advantage of playing for both sides. From whomever attended I would appreciate hearing your thoughts about the scrimmage.

  2. So what’s the verdict? Are we going undefeated in 2014?

    Wasn’t able to attend the spring game due to prior family commitment, but to those who attended the game what were the positives? Negatives? Concerns?

    Read some posts on another site that Dinardo wasn’t all to positive about IU moving to the 3-4. Take his assessment with a grain of salt.

    Fans indicated that players looked more developed, larger. Is that by IU standards or Big Ten standards?

    Of the young guys who played, who looked the most impressive on defense? Is the defense capable of forcing a greater number of three and outs? Offense may put butts in the seats, but it’s the defense that wins games and eventually championships. Can the defense win us a few games this year?

    Let me know what you saw.


  3. Also, remember that in the fall there will be more of the freshman coming in that didn’t play in this game which will create more competition at different positions and push everyone.

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