- Defensive Tackle
- Criminal Justice & Psychology
Replogle is a criminal justice and psychology double major and holds a 3.679 grade point average. He is a two-time Academic All-District and Academic All-Big Ten honoree. Replogle received Indiana’s Academic Excellence Award in 2011. He has qualified for the athletics Alpha Beta Award (3.0 GPA) all six semesters since he has been enrolled at Indiana. Replogle also qualified for the Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award following the 2010-11 season requiring the student-athlete complete two or more years with a minimum grade point average of 3.7.
Replogle is a nominee for the 2012 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. He was one of 10 finalists for the 2011 ARA Sportsmanship Award and was also named IU’s Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree. Replogle is held in the highest regard by his teammates as well. He was selected one of two captains last season and is the only returning captain in 2012. Head coach Kevin Wilson selected Replogle as one of the program’s three representatives in Chicago at the Big Ten Media Days.
Replogle is one of the most active Hoosiers in the community. As a member of the team’s Leadership Council in 2010, he was instrumental in setting up two of the team’s largest initiatives. The team visited Riley’s Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis, Ind., on April 21, 2009, and again on April 20, 2010. The entire football program went to the hospital to visit with every patientl, distribute gifts and lift spirits by talking to the patients and their families. The Indiana football program is the only program to visit the hospital as an entire team and Replogle was a leader in organizing this initiative.
The second major community outreach program involved the Boys & Girls Club. For the past four seasons, Replogle and the team have hosted members of the Bloomington Boys & Girls Club at Memorial Stadium. Eight activity stations are set up around the stadium, as youngsters and players alike take part in the tug of war, a football hand-off relay, a tackling station, a football equipment relay, an end zone celebration station, a home run derby, the sponge toss and a kicking station. After the event, kids get autographs from the team in addition to taking photos. Among his other community work he has volunteered with the Monroe County Youth Football League, searched for missing Indiana student Lauren Spierer and participated in Read Across America. Replogle is also a nominee for the 2012 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, which recognizes a select group of college football players committed to making a difference in their communities.
Replogle has appeared in all 36 games in his career and has started the last 35. He enters 2012 leading all Hoosier defenders with 113 tackles, 10 sacks and 15.5 tackles for loss (tied with defensive tackle Larry Black, Jr.) in his career.
He received Indiana’s Chris Dal Sasso “Outstanding Defensive Lineman” Award in 2010 and was named to the CollegeFootballNews.com Freshman All-America third team in 2009.
Replogle led the team with four sacks (25 yards), finished second with seven tackles for loss (31 yards) and paced the defensive linemen and was fifth overall with 49 tackles in 2011. He forced one fumble and broke up two passes and started all 12 games at defensive tackle. Replogle tied for eighth in Big Ten games only with his four sacks.