QB Michael Penix Jr. may not play against the No. 6 Ohio State Buckeyes this weekend. Coach Tom Allen released this information today to the public stating the redshirt freshman is “going through some things” health-wise. Penix is now a gametime decision this weekend.
Michael Penix Jr. discusses offense and mood of the team after their game against Eastern Illinois. The Hoosiers won with a final score of 52-0, marking the largest margin of victory at Memorial Stadium.
The Hoosiers proved to be too much for Eastern Illinois in their first meeting between programs by winning 52-0. Michael Penix Jr. went 14 for 20 with 197 yards and Peyton Ramsey played for part of the second half, who went for 13 for 14 with 226 yards in the Memorial Stadium opener.
Two Hoosiers (Michael Penix and Logan Justus) earn weekly Big Ten honors for their week 1 performances against the Ball State Cardinals in Indianapolis.
After a long off-season Coach Tom Allen has announced the starting quarterback for Indiana Football in the 2019 season: redshirt freshman Michael Penix.
Despite having a competitve quarterback room of 3 capable leaders, the Hoosiers plan to pick one of Peyton Ramsey, Jack Tuttle, and Michael Penix by Game 1.