Hoosiers counting on healthy Penix as opener against Iowa approaches

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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) – Michael Penix Jr. is keeping his mind clear and focused as he prepares to open another season as Indiana’s starting quarterback. While the second surgery for a torn anterior cruciate ligament on his right knee is a distant memory and the rehab work continues, Penix remains confident he can take hits and stay healthy. And the 17th-ranked Hoosiers will rely on his strong arm and fleet feet when they open the season Saturday at No. 18 Iowa. 

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