While Saturday’s win brought much excitement to the Hoosier football program, Monday signaled a new week, a week that starts off with bad news as it appears right tackle Dimitric Camiel may be out for the season following a back surgery.
Wilson says Dimitric Camiel's back problem "might cost him the rest of the season." #iufb— Zach Osterman (@ZachOsterman) October 3, 2016
Wilson says Camiel had surgery to repair a bulging disc. Rest of the season up in the air for the fifth-year senior. #iufb— Zach Osterman (@ZachOsterman) October 3, 2016
Without Camiel (and Dan Feeney), the Hoosiers have struggled mightily on the offensive line, rushing for just 115 yards against Wake Forest and 156 yards against Michigan State.
Even more, the Hoosiers were called for multiple holding penalties in the first half on Saturday, showing the need for the starters to return.
On a lighter, and more important note, President Michael McRobbie stole the headlines on the day.
BREAKING: Tom Allen did not spit in the spittoon. BUT Michael McRobbie did.— Zach Osterman (@ZachOsterman) October 3, 2016
"Pretty special win, for sure." #iufb
WIlson named the Players of the Week as Richard Lagow and Ricky Jones on offense, Tegray Scales on defense and Chris Covington on special teams.