He would be the only IU player to be named to the first or second team all Big Ten this season.
Coleman became the first running back in Indiana history to eclipse 2,000 yards in a season Saturday in the Old Oaken Bucket victory over Purdue. Coleman finished his junior season with 2,036 yards including a career high of 307 yards against Rutgers.
In the early part of the Big Ten All Conference selection show on BTN, three individual awards were also revealed. Ohio State’s J.T. Barrett was named the quarterback of the year, Wisconsin’s Melvin Gordon III was honored as the running back of the year and Michigan State’s Tony Lippett was named the receiver of the year.Analysis: Wilson deserves another shot
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