Indiana freshman Stanford Robinson injured
by USA TODAY Sports, USA TODAY
Indiana freshman guard Stanford Robinson, who left Friday night’s Hoosier Hysteria scrimmage after injuring his right knee, will be out indefinitely, according to a news release from the school.
He started treatment Saturday and will undergo daily evaluation. He did participate in the team activities before Saturday afternoon’s football game, and the statement said he was dressed at Saturday’s practice.
“Stanford is a very unique, unorthodox type of player,” coach Tom Crean said earlier in the week. “He can do a lot of different things. He can handle the ball. He is as good of a downhill player as we have right now outside of Yogi (Ferrell) when it comes to playing the game and going straight line straight downhill.”
Two other Hoosiers freshmen, Luke Fischer and Troy Williams, suffered injuries and are expected to miss a few weeks. Williams injured his right hand and center Fischer hurt his left shoulder. Neither participated in Friday night’s festivities.
Contributing: The Indianapolis Star, AP