Five Questions: Nate Sudfeld

Each day at we take a look at an IU athlete and try to give a glimpse of them off of the playing field in our Five Questions segment. Today, we focus on IU quarterback Nate Sudfeld.

You know their statistics. You know all the obvious things there are to know about your favorite Indiana athletes. Now here’s a quick look at a few quick things you may not know in our Five Questions segment.

Today’s Five Questions focuses on IU quarterback Nate Sudfeld, a junior from Modesto, Calif.

1. What’s your favorite place to eat in Bloomington and what do you like to eat there?

My favorite place to eat is Chipotle. And I mix it up between a chicken burrito and a chicken bowl. You can’t go wrong with it.

2. Do you have any superstitions?

They kind of switch week to week. If we win and I’m wearing a pair of cleats, then I’ll wear them the next week. If we lose, then I’ll wear a new kind of pair of cleats. That’s about it. Nothing real exciting there.


3. Everyone says Shane Wynn and Zeke Roundtree are the two funniest players on this team. Besides those guys, who are some other guys that like to have a good time

There are some funny guys. Flo Hardin is a funny guy. Danny Cameron is a funny guy. He’s kind of like a young Cameron Coffman. He just kind of has a dry sense of humor, just a funny dude. That’s tough because it’s Zeke and Shane that really stand out but Andrew Wilson is a bit of a jokester, too.

4. What is your favorite kind of music and favorite artist?

I really like all types of music. Before games I really listen to chill type music like some country, Jack Johnson, some John Mayer. I’ve got to say my favorite artist of all-time may have to be John Mayer. I just love his instrumentals and stuff. I like Dave Matthews. I like Cold Play. And then I like rap, too, but that’s all we listen to in the locker room so I’m pretty much over it by the time I go home.


5. Did you have a role model or anybody growing up that you really looked up to?

Definitely my two older brothers. They’re twins. I think I’ve told you this before but one is with the New York Jets. The other one played at Brown. They were definitely who I tried to be like growing up. They were good role models to me. It was crazy because they were five years older than me so even playing as a freshman here they were already out of college. But by that time I was thinking ‘The guys I’m playing against are younger than my brothers so I’m not worried about them’. I just always would hang out with my brothers. That just helped my confidence.

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