Indiana quarterback Jack Tuttle met with the media on Wednesday to discuss the preparations for the Outback Bowl.
Tuttle will be making his second career start when he takes the field on Saturday. He talked about the benefits of having a game under his belt.
“That Wisconsin game helped me improve so much and I gained so much confidence,” Tuttle said. “It is not about this being my first start or getting my feet wet, it is just about playing football now. It is about improving from that game and prepping for Ole Miss. We just get to go play football.”
Indiana (6-1) and Ole Miss (4-5) kick at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
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