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.E
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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