Ty Fryfogle is making IU history against Michigan State
Ty Fryfogle is building on his tremendous performance last week, the Indiana wide receiver making another statement performance for the No. 10 Hoosiers.
Early in the fourth quarter, Fryfogle had 11 receptions for 200 yards with two touchdowns. It is the sixth most receiving yards in a single game in program history. It is also the first time since Ricky Jones had 208 yards in 2016 that an Indiana wide receiver has at least 200 receiving yards.
His touchdown catch in the second quarter showed tremendous body control in addition to being a big play for Indiana, who is beating up on Michigan State.
Watching this play by Ty Fryfogle is a thing of beauty!
Hands catch, concentration to pull in the ball with defender in front of him, field awareness to know how close to the sideline he is, burst up field for easy touchdown!
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Fryfogle came into the game with 13 receptions for 224 yards and two touchdowns. He was tremendous last week in the Hoosiers big win against Michigan with seven catches for 142 yards and a touchdown.
Ty Fryfogle, last 5-plus quarters 😱:
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Last season, the Indiana wide receiver had 45 catches for 604 yards with three touchdowns.