Indiana Football: Spring Practice Quarterback Battle

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BLOOMINGTON, IN – NOVEMBER 10: Peyton Ramsey #12 of the Indiana Hoosiers celebrates after throwing a touchdown pass against the Maryland Terapins at Memorial Stadium on November 10, 2018 in Bloomington, Indiana. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

The Indiana football program has one of their stiffest contests to date in determining who will lead the team under center in 2019.

Coming into the spring of 2019 Indiana will have one of its toughest tasks to date; to find the future signal caller that will take Indiana back to prominence.

With the additions that have been made within the last year of Michael Penix Jr and Jack Tuttle (transfer), Indiana finds itself in the most profound depth since Nate Sudfeld and Tre Robinson.

While the excitement of having both Penix and Tuttle in the mix is enormous, many can’t count out the veteran Peyton Ramsey, a sixteen-game starter for the Hoosiers.

Coach Allen and new Offensive Coordinator Kalen DeBoer will have a big job in installing a new offense and choosing its new leader.

While Penix can’t go live due an ACL injury suffered during the Penn State game, he has been able to participate in limited activities throughout the spring.

Indiana’s quarterback lineup doesn’t exactly land in the Big Ten’s most experienced, however, it does have game changers that Indiana hasn’t seen the likes of for quite some time.

With the spring game approaching soon (April 12) we will take an in-depth look at each of the potential starting quarterbacks who are participating in spring practice now.

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