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 Iowa.
J-Shun Harris started his sixth straight game, but only caught one pass, losing one yard on the play. He also had one carry for six yards.
Chris Covington was forced to take over at quarterback for the injured Nate Sudfeld. Covington played the end of the first half and the entire second half, throwing for only 31 yards on 3-of-12 passing. Covington also rushed for 41 yards on 11 carries.
Tegray Scales received a lot of playing time at linebacker, earning three tackles, one tackle for a loss, and a quarterback hurry.
Donovan Clark recorded three tackles while playing sparingly at cornerback.
Devine Redding carried the ball two times for five yards in the fourth quarter.
Dominique Booth played at wide receiver and didn’t have a reception. Booth was targeted by Sudfeld on an interception that Iowa returned for a touchdown.
Simmie Cobbs played some at wide receiver, but didn’t record a catch.
Jordan Fuchs played some tight end, but was never targeted.
Greg Gooch played on special teams, where he committed an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on a kickoff in the fourth quarter.
Tony Fields assisted on two tackles, playing mostly on special teams.
Kiante Walton played special teams.
Robert McCray III also played on special teams.