Quarterback woes seem to be only constant in Hoosiers' offensive struggles

Indiana's quarterback depth has taken another hit with the potential loss of backup Nate Boudreau.

Coach Kevin Wilson says Boudreau has a sprained throwing shoulder and is considered day to day heading into Saturday's game against Penn State.

It's another big blow to the reeling Hoosiers (3-5, 0-4 Big Ten) who lost their top two quarterbacks, Nate Sudfeld and Chris Covington, with season-ending injuries in a loss at Iowa on Oct. 11.

The loss of Boudreau means freshman walk-on Danny Cameron could serve as the backup to another true freshman, Zander Diamont. Bryce Smith is the only other quarterback listed on the roster.

Indiana's high-scoring offense has struggled mightily since losing Sudfeld.