Three Indiana players suspended indefinitely

Indiana didn’t exactly get off to the best start this spring.

First-year coach Tom Allen delivered news that three Hoosiers (Wesley Green, Danny Cameron and Jordan Fuchs) were suspended indefinitely.

Allen didn’t go into any detail about what led¬†to the suspensions.

Green was a transfer from South Carolina who played sparingly in his first active season in Bloomington. The former four-star recruit appeared in two games as a sophomore in 2016.

Cameron came into the spring in hopes of competing for the starting quarterback job. Though he didn’t see any game action in 2016, the redshirt junior will get the chance for another offseason¬†competition with a new offensive staff in town.

Fuchs was also hoping to earn a spot back in the offensive rotation after he suffered a season-ending injury in the 2016 season opener. The fourth-year tight end played in 20 games and has seven career catches for 69 yards and three touchdowns.

Allen announced that the spring game will be played on April 13 and 7 p.m., and that Jon Gruden would indeed be in attendance.

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