BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -Indiana receiver James Hardy is expected to miss two weeks after breaking a finger on his left hand at practice.
Hardy was injured on a play during the morning practice Monday.
Hardy, a 6-foot-7, 220-pound junior from Fort Wayne, is the Hoosiers' top player. He had a breakout season as a freshman, catching 61 passes for 863 yards and 10 touchdowns. He became the first receiver in school history to post double-digit catches in back-to-back games.
Last year, he caught 51 passes for 722 yards and 10 more TDs despite a midseason quarterback change. He missed two games because of a suspension.
Hardy gave up basketball to concentrate on football and is now regarded as an NFL prospect.

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