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Ty Fryfogle

Liberal Studies


Fryfogle earned his bachelor’s degree in liberal studies this past May.

He was named to the 2018 Academic All-Big Ten Team.


Fryfogle has been named a team captain for the Hoosiers this season.

He is one of the most respectful and respected student-athletes at Indiana. He is quiet and polite, always respectful of those around him.


Since arriving at Indiana, Fryfogle has volunteered with Camp Riley, Habitat for Humanity, and The 2nd & 7 Foundation.


Fryfogle currently leads Indiana on the season with 11 receptions and ranks second with 126 yards.

In 2020, Fryfogle led the team with 721 yards, 90.1 yards per game, seven touchdowns, and 19.5 yards per reception. He became the first wideout in program history to be named the Big Ten’s Richter-Howard Receiver of the Year and was named to both the All-Big Ten first team and AP All-America third team for his efforts.

One of 11 semifinalists for the 2020 Biletnikoff Award, Fryfogle became the first receiver in B1G history to record back-to-back 200-yard games, the first Indiana wideout to reach 200 yards twice, and the first Hoosier since Nate Sudfeld (2015) to claim back-to-back Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week honors. 

In Indiana history, Fryfogle ranks 10th in touchdowns (14), 15th in yardage (1,845), and 16th in receptions (123). He became only the 16th Hoosier to reach career marks of 100 catches and 1,750 yards.