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IU sophomore quarterback Nate Sudfeld

Nate Sudfeld may have thrown four touchdown passes in the season opener and helped Indiana rack up 73 points, but he said he didn't think the IU offense played all that well.

Indiana's coaches continued with the company line Monday that they'll wait until the end of the week to determine who will be IU's starting quarterback in Game 2 against Navy. Once again, no one seems really concerned about it except for the media that continues to ask the weekly questions. Tre Roberson started in the opener, but Nate Sudfeld got the majority of the playing time and Cameron...

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