Ohio State and Penn State have held the No. 1 spot for much of the 2022 recruiting cycle, but a new team is atop the class rankings.
- Hoosiers' Penix hurts shoulder, out indefinitely
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- Texas A&M WR Buckley transferring to Indiana
— C.J. Stroud and TreVeyon Henderson provided Ohio State’s offense with a refreshingly familiar look Saturday.
— Matt Coghlin's 51-yard field goal to open the second half Saturday gave No. 10 Michigan State the lead and Payton Thorne's 12-yard touchdown pass provided the margin the Spartans needed to hold on for a 20-15 victory over Indiana.
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Fresh off the ESPN 300 update, Alabama moves past Notre Dame in search of back-to-back No. 1 classes, while Oklahoma and Georgia are also climbing.
The Indiana Hoosiers have lost QB Michael Penix Jr. indefinitely. Penix separated his throwing shoulder in Saturday's loss to Penn State. He's listed as week to week.
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— Penn State defenders get excited when they’re asked to defend short fields these days.
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— Stephen Carr had 109 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Michael Penix Jr. passed for 373 yards to help Indiana beat Western Kentucky 33-31 on Saturdya night.
Doctors gave Indiana quarterback Michael Penix Jr. the all clear to play this weekend at Western Kentucky, and Hoosiers coach Tom Allen said he remains confident his star will pull himself out of an early-season funk.
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— Cincinnati quarterback Desmond Ridder struggled through the first half.
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Texas leapt Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Ohio State to climb within the top five, while Stanford and South Carolina also rose.
— Indiana had something to prove Saturday night. The Hoosiers didn't disappoint.