The Tigers and Buckeyes could be the nation's best two teams, but Clemson showed it also belongs in the mix.
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Indiana quarterback Michael Penix Jr. had surgery Monday to repair an injury to his right sternoclavicular joint and will miss the rest of the season.
- Indiana loses starting QB Penix for rest of season
- Huskers' Frost baffled by IU AD's respect barb
- Hoosiers' captain to miss rest of season with ankle injury
- Indiana hopeful Penix returns for UConn game
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Indiana has won four games in a row and is off to its best start since 1993, but the Hoosiers will have to go the rest of the way without starting quarterback Michael Penix Jr., who had season-ending surgery on Monday. The redshirt freshman had surgery to repair a right sternoclavicular joint injury, which is the joint where the collarbone meets the sternum.
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