Hoosiers hit field for first time

College Sports

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) – The Indiana University football team held their first practice of fall camp on Friday in Bloomington and after a strong showing in 2020 the expectations have risen at Memorial Stadium.

The Indiana Hoosiers expect quarterback Michael Penix Jr. to start their Sept. 4 season opener at Iowa.

And with Penix back from another season-ending knee injury, coach Tom Allen expects his team to build on the success they had in 2020.

Indiana completed its most successful season since the late 1960s but fell short of reaching the Big Ten championship game – a goal they hope to achieve this season.

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