Indiana Hoosiers lose rising star Dan Feeney for season

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Indiana sophomore guard Dan Feeney, who might be the Hoosiers' best lineman, will miss the season with a fracture in his right foot.

Hoosiers coach Kevin Wilson said Tuesday that Feeney was hurt in a scrimmage last week when another player fell on his foot; he soon will have surgery.

Feeney (6 feet 4, 310 pounds) started all 12 games for IU as a true freshman last season and earned some freshman All-America honors. He didn't allow a sack and also showed promising ability as a run blocker.

Sophomore Jake Reed (6-4, 291) could replace Feeney, his roommate, in the starting lineup; Reed also can play center.

Mike Huguenin can be reached at mike.huguenin@nfl.com. You also can follow him on Twitter @MikeHuguenin.

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