Freshman Tracker: Missouri

A few true freshmen played big roles against No. 18 Missouri on Saturday. See how well each freshman played.

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 Mizzou for the third game in a row.

Devine Redding stepped in to pace the ground game nicely with 10 carries for 49 yards after Tevin Coleman was sidelined for an extended period of time during the first half. Redding set up the Hoosiers’ second touchdown of the game. He had a long gain of 16 yards toward the end of the half.

J-Shun Harris II wasn’t targeted often, but still made major contributions. He finished with 43 yards on two receptions, one of which was a 33-yard TD reception from Nate Sudfeld that gave IU the go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter.

Tegray Scales recorded a crucial sack on third and 22 with 6:46 remaining to force Mizzou to punt, stopping a potential scoring drive. In addition to his one sack, Scales also recorded three tackles for the Hoosiers.

Tony Fields made the most of his time on the field at safety, recording four tackles (three solo).

Donovan Clark – saw time on special teams, recording one tackle.

Kiante Walton also saw time on special teams, recording one tackle.

Simmie Cobbs also saw little playing time, recording zero receptions and being targeted just once by Nate Sudfeld.

Greg Gooch received some playing time, recording one tackle.

Jordan Fuchs received playing time at tight end but did not record any receptions. Like Cobbs, he was only targeted once by Sudfeld.

Dominique Booth played sparingly, recording zero receptions.

Coray Keel received playing time at wide receiver but also did not record any receptions. Top Stories