By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Indiana Hoosiers have promoted Rod Carey to interim offensive coordinator. Carey replaces Walt Bell, who was fired earlier on Sunday.
Bell had been with the team for parts of the last two seasons in the role. Now, Carey, a former college football head coach, gets the role.
Carey previously led the Northern Illinois Huskies and the Temple Owls as their leader. He was with the Huskies from 2012 through 2018.
He also led the Owls from 2019 through 2021.
Carey is taking over an offensive attack that has struggled this season. They have scored just 104 points this season.
The Hoosiers are averaging 20.80 points per game. The team has had 96 first downs on the season.
The team is averaging 334.2 yards per game. They are also averaging 5.0 yards per play with 12 touchdowns.
Carey will work with their offensive attack and try to improve their numbers. Tayven Jackson has gone 71 of 115 for 862 yards. He has had two touchdown passes and three interceptions.
Brendan Sorsby and Broc Lowry have also seen action. Sorsby has gone 24 of 43 for 250 yards. He has thrown two touchdown passes.
Lowry has gone 1 of 1 for eight yards.
Jaylin Lucas leads the backs with 49 carries for 212 yards and two touchdowns. Cam Camper has 13 receptions for 249 yards and a touchdown.© 2007-2023 The Capital Sports Report. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcasted, rewritten, or redistributed.