Three suspended Indiana players are no longer with the program
There was significant news in Bloomington on Saturday that didn’t involve Indiana’s new basketball coach.
Tom Allen said that previously suspended players Danny Cameron, Jordan Fuchs and Wesley Green were no longer with the program.
Bit of #iufb news today, too. Previously suspended players Danny Cameron, Jordan Fuchs and Wesley Green are no longer with the program.
— Mike Miller (@MikeMillerHT) March 25, 2017
Allen announced in the beginning of the month that all three players were suspended indefinitely, but he didn’t state what led to that decision. It remains to be seen if they’ll transfer to other schools or if they’ll remain enrolled at the university.
Green was already a transfer having come to IU from South Carolina. The former four-star recruit sat out the 2015 season because of transfer rules and he played sparingly in 2016.
Cameron was expected to compete for the starting quarterback job with a new offensive staff in place. He last played in a game in 2015.
Fuchs, who also played on IU’s basketball team at one point, was hoping to carve out a more consistent role in his fourth season. The veteran tight end finished his IU career with seven catches for 69 yards and three touchdowns.
IU’s spring game will be on Thursday, April 13 at 7 p.m. ET.