Watch as Indiana quarterback Michael Penix, Jr. provides an update to the media on his rehabilitation of a torn ACL on Monday afternoon.
Penix had surgery on his torn ACL earlier in December after falling awkwardly against Maryland on Nov. 28. It was the second time Penix tore his ACL in his right knee. Penix earned second team All-Big Ten accolades after leading the Hoosiers to 5-1 mark in 2020 prior to the injury. On the season Penix completed 124-of-220 (56.4 percent) of his throws for 1,645 yards and 14 touchdowns. He was intercepted 4 times.
Further below you can watch Indiana strength and conditioning coach Aaron Wellman discuss Penix as well as several other facets of his first year on the job. Wellman was hired by IU from the New York Giants a year ago.
See also: Penix on track for opener but still not running | Wellman getting used to new normal
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