Watch below as Indiana offensive coordinator Nick Sheridan and current IU quarterbacks Michael Penix, Jack Tuttle and Dexter Williams join former Hoosier gunslinger Nate Sudfeld for a roundtable discussion.
At 7,879 yards, Sudfeld is Indiana’s all-time leader in passing yards by more than 400 yards. He got there despite having fewer attempts than the next two quarterbacks on the list. The California native had a better than 60% completion percentage every year, and a career percentage of 60.3%. Sudfeld’s 61 touchdown passes are also the most all-time for IU by a wide margin.
A former sixth-round draft choice of Washington in 2016, Sudfeld was claimed off waivers by the Eagles at the start of the 2017 regular season. He has been with Philadelphia since, and was part of the Eagles’ 2018 Super Bowl team.
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