Just two days after announcing he will transfer from Indiana, quarterback Tre Roberson has found a new home. The former Hoosier signal-caller announced that he will be transferring to Illinois State, via twitter. Illinois State is an FCS school, which means that Roberson will not have to sit out a year and is eligible to play this fall. Roberson, who threw for 1,128 yards and 15 touchdowns and ran for 423 yards and five scores in 2013, was expected to split snaps with Nate Sudfeld this upcoming season. He sent out the following tweet Friday morning, thanking Indiana fans for
Well, this comes as a surprise: Indiana QB Tre Roberson announced Wednesday that he will transfer. Roberson, who threw six touchdown passes in the 2013 finale vs. Purdue, and Nate Sudfeld were expected to share time again in 2014. Last fall, Roberson, the dual-threat option, threw for 1,128 yards and 15 touchdowns and ran for 423 yards and five scores. [ MORE: Iowa senior safety Nico Law to transfer ] “I want to thank the coaching staff, my teammates and Indiana University for all of their support over the last three years,” Roberson said in a team release. “My time
The Big Ten Conference announced its Week 14 Players of the Week on Monday, and two of the honorees are first-time winners: Indiana QB Tre Roberson and Iowa LB Christian Kirksey. See all the winner, plus watch highlights, in this post. Offensive Player of the Week: Tre Roberson, Indiana, So., QB Threw six touchdown passes, tied for an Indiana record, in the Hoosiers’ 56-36 win over Purdue last Saturday Completed 25-of-37 passes for 273 yards and rushed for a career-high 154 yards, for a career-best 427 yards of total offense Led a Hoosier offense that accumulated 692 total yards and
Quarterback play hasn’t been at an elite level in the Big Ten in recent years. In fact, many feel that’s one reason for the conference’s struggles. But this year’s collection of passers teems with potential. I’ve been rolling out my Big Ten unit rankings here, and I’ve been looking forward to taking on the quarterbacks. Ohio State’s Braxton Miller, the conference’s top Heisman contender, leads the charge. Here’s my ranking of the Big Ten’s complete quarterback units. Agree or disagree? Who will rise up this season? And who might falter? Make your own points at the bottom of this post.
]BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart spent the season covering Big Ten football, and now it’s time for his team-by-team season recaps. Every day, Dienhart will post a recap for each Big Ten school and we’re doing it in alphabetical order. Up next: Indiana. Watch our selected BTN video highlight from the Hoosiers’ win against South Carolina State now and read Dienhart’s season recap in this post. We’re rolling out lour season reviews each day and archiving them all here, too. INDIANA Record: 1-11 overall; 0-8 Big Ten Season recap: Kevin Wilson’s debut season was one of Indiana’s roughest in recent
The Big Ten Conference announced its Week 8 Big Ten Football Players of the Week on Monday. Six players earned honors, including Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins, who threw the game-winning Haily Mary touchdown pass to Keith Nichol in Saturday night’s upset of then-No. 6 and perfect Wisconsin. Watch the highlights from the Spartans’ thrilling victory now and see all the conference’s award winners in this post. Co-Offensive Players of the Week: Marvin McNutt, Iowa, Sr., WR, St. Louis, Mo./Hazelwood Central Set the Iowa career record for touchdown receptions as part of a three-touchdown performance against Indiana on Saturday Scored