staff, November 2, 2014

(AP) Indiana University says sophomore forward Devin Davis is improving after being struck by a teammate's car and suffering a head injury.

The university issued a news release quoting team physician Dr. Larry Rink as saying was "doing better" Sunday morning and had benefited from uninterrupted rest. Rink says Davis' speech is normal and he has the use of all extremities.

The news release did not indicate the 19-year-old's medical condition. He had been listed in serious condition Saturday at IU Health Bloomington Hospital.

Bloomington police say they found Davis unconscious early Saturday after he was struck by an SUV driven by teammate Emmitt Holt outside of Memorial Stadium. They say Holt had dropped off Davis and was driving away when Davis re-entered the roadway and struck the front passenger side.