BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) Indiana coach Kevin Wilson is optimistic heading into Saturday's season opener against Southern Illinois, saying he believes his team is deeper, stronger and healthier than any of his previous four seasons in Bloomington.
At the least, senior quarterback Nate Sudfeld should have plenty of different targets to choose from after he missed the final six games a year ago with a non-throwing shoulder injury.
"Hopefully, we can spread it around and get that ball not to just one guy," Wilson said Monday. "We'd like to get back to the way it used to be getting five, six, seven or eight guys getting three, four or five touches a game."