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.
Multiple Hoosier freshmen saw action against Bowling Green for the second game in a row.
J-Shun Harris earned his second career start at wide receiver and earned a lot of looks from Nate Sudfeld. Harris caught six passes for 66 yards and his first career touchdown on a 22-yard wheel route that left Harris wide open down the sideline.
Dominique Booth had his first career reception on Saturday, which went for 14 yards. He played sparingly at receiver throughout the game.
Simmie Cobbs the third freshman receiver saw action on a few series during Saturday’s game, but did not earn a reception.
Tegray Scales played a lot at linebacker and collected three tackles, two on defense and one coming on special teams.
Chris Covington received two snaps at quarterback in the “Wildcat” formation. He rushed once and lost two yards on a fourth-down attempt.
Jordan Fuchs received time at tight end and on special teams, but he did not manage to get a reception.
Tony Fields saw some playing time at safety and also played on special teams.
Kiante Walton played on special teams.