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  Indiana quarterback Michael Penix Jr. demonstrated his playmaking potential Saturday. He started fast. He ran well. And he found a way to close out a 34-24 victory over Ball State. Even Penix knows, though, there's plenty of room for improvement following an up-and-down starting debut. "He missed some reads, but that didn't surprise me," Indiana coach Tom Allen said. "You're going to have some growing pains and they did a good job disguising things. But he was able to make something out of nothing sometimes." It's one reason Allen named Penix the starter over Peyton Ramsey. Yes, Penix put up solid numbers Saturday.

After going 8 of 11 with 144 yards, one touchdown and one interception in the first quarter, he finished 26 of 40 with 326 yards, one TD and two interceptions and seven carries for 67 yards. He became the fourth freshman in school history to throw for 300 yards in a game and produced the school's second-highest passing total in his first start - trailing only Antwaan Randle El (385) in 1998. - AP College Football


(DS#32 QB) rSr/2023 QB Michael Penix Jr.Washington
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