On September 26th Michigan opens the Big Ten Season with Indiana making the trip to Ann Arbor. According to IU Coach Bill Lynch, the Hoosiers will do it without the services of their most dangerous weapon.
Indiana announced yesterday that senior football player Kellen Lewis has been dismissed from the IU football team for violating team rules. In the statement released through IU media relations "We are disappointed to have to make this decision, When you have expectations of those on your team that are not met, you need to do what is ultimately in the overall best interest of your program.”
In three years as Indiana’s quarterback, Lewis produced 48 passing touchdowns, over 6,000 passing yards he also ran for 17 touchdowns and over 1,600 yards. He was set to play wide reciever this season, but you just know that he would have been taking snaps at QB when they played Michigan.