One of our weekly features in our postgame coverage is to take a look back at how Indiana's true freshmen performed in Saturday's game.
Nine true freshmen saw action for IU in the 42-10 victory. Prior to Saturday, only eight had played in the first two games. Chase Dutra played for the first time Saturday against the Falcons.
Here is how that group fared against Bowling Green:
T.J. Simmons started for IU at middle linebacker. He had three tackles, two solo, including one tackle for a 5 yard loss.
Antonio Allen led all freshmen with five tackles, including four solo.
Clyde Newton had four tackles, including two solo.
Marcus Oliver had three tackles but one particularly big play as he had a forced fumble.
Laray Smith carried the ball twice late in the game once for no gain and the other time for a 5 yard loss.
David Kenney did not have a tackle but he had one pass breakup.
Darius Latham played but did not have a tackle.
Chase Dutra played but did not have a tackle.
Danny Friend played but did not have a reception from his tight end position.
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