BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Indiana freshman guard Stanford Robinson will be out indefinitely after injuring his right knee during Friday night's practice at Assembly Hall.
The team issued a statement Saturday saying he is beginning treatment for the undisclosed injury 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.
Robinson is the third Indiana freshman to sustain an injury since mid-September.
Forward Troy Williams injured his right hand and center Luke Fischer hurt his left shoulder. Both were expected to miss a "couple of weeks," though neither participated in Friday night's festivities.
Indiana's freshmen class was ranked among the nation's best.
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