Indiana recognizes its football players of the week #iufb

All is quiet — so far, at least — as we begin Indiana’s second and final bye week of the season.

The only update to come out of the North End Zone Monday was the announcement of IU’s weekly honors from its 56-17 loss to Michigan State.

Running back Tevin Coleman and receiver Shane Wynn share the offensive award this week after the two combined for 207 rushing yards. Wynn’s 75-yard touchdown run was the longest of his career and he became the sixth Hoosier to surpass 4,000 career all-purpose yards.

On defense, Indiana recognized sophomore safety Antonio Allen after he recorded six tackles, including five solo stops. The special teams honor went to seniors Nick Stoner and Brandon Grubbe, who each had a tackle on return coverage.

IU coach Kevin Wilson also honored a season-high six scout team players for their work last week. They were Kenny Arnold, Arthur Jones, Garrett Libertowski, Wes Martin, Alex Rodriguez and Dameon Willis.