BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - The Cream jumped out to a 14-0 first
quarter lead and closed out Indiana's spring with a 21-7 victory in the
Cream & Crimson Spring Game on Saturday, April 13. Check out
highlights from the game below:
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Junior Shane Wynn led the Cream with 22- and 16-yard
touchdowns, both from junior Cameron Coffman. Wynn finished the game
with six catches for 97 yards.
The quarterbacks rotated and played for both teams. Coffman
finished the afternoon 17-of-23 for 174 yards, while sophomore Nate
Sudfeld went 14-of-16 for 181 yards and a 37-yard score to junior Cody
Latimer, which accounted for the Crimson's lone score.
Latimer led the Crimson with four grabs for 62 yards and
fifth-year senior tight end Ted Bolser brought in three balls for 50
yards. Fifth-year senior Duwyce Wilson contributed 50 yards for the
Cream and made four receptions.
The Cream defense limited the Crimson to 187 total yards,
including just 15 on the ground, and recorded five sacks and 12.5
tackles for loss. Heban, fifth-year senior linebacker Jacarri Alexander
and sophomore linebacker Kyle Kennedy each had five tackles.
Alexander added 1.5 sacks and 2.5 tackles for loss. Redshirt
freshman defensive tackle Ralphael Green, junior defensive tackle
Jordan Heiderman and sophomore cornerback Michael Hunter added one sack
Junior linebacker Flo Hardin led the Crimson with six stops
and picked off a pass, the game's only turnover. Redshirt freshman
defensive lineman Shawn Heffern and senior cornerback Ryan Thompson
each provided five tackles.
Wynn's first touchdown came with 8:54 remaining in the opening
quarter and sophomore running back Tevin Coleman made it 14-0 with a
1-yard scamper at the 3:37 mark.
That's the way it remained until Latimer's TD with 8:58 left
in the third. Wynn capped the scoring with his second score at the 4:10
mark in the same quarter.
Kevin Wilson wrapped up his third spring as Indiana head
coach. The Hoosiers open the 2013 season with the first of eight home
games against Indiana State on Thursday, Aug. 29.