Indiana’s quarterback situation got even more interesting against Ohio State last week.

The Hoosiers were already down starter Michael Penix Jr., who’s dealing with a shoulder injury. Then, backup Jack Tuttle suffered a foot injury while throwing Indiana’s lone touchdown of the game on Saturday.

Coach Tom Allen provided updates on Penix and Tuttle’s injuries, saying both are week to week.


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In 5 games this season, Penix threw for 939 yards on 87-of-162 passing and 4 touchdowns before his injury. Tuttle, who’s also played in 5 games, is 40-of-77 passing for 397 yards and 2 touchdowns. If neither of them can go, it sounds like freshman Donaven McCulley will be the option at quarterback.

Indiana is getting set to take on Maryland this week after getting blown out by Ohio State, 54-7, last week in Bloomington. The Terps and the Hoosiers are set to kick off Oct. 30 at noon ET.