Roy Roundtree joins Curt Mallory's first staff at Indiana State

Submitted by justingoblue on February 6th, 2017 at 10:39 PM



The New Journey starts Now. Thankful for this opportunity to build great dudes. New WR coach. It's go time! #BleedBlue #BlueCollar #ISU

— Roy Roundtree (@WRTreezy) February 7, 2017

Haven't seen much about this. Nothing on ISU's website about Roundtree, but here's the release about Mallory.

Best of luck to both at the D1 FCS level, Missouri Valley Football Conference.


The Fan in Fargo

February 7th, 2017 at 11:17 AM ^

That game was great. Rountree, Odoms, Gallon and Hemmingway were such a good group of receivers. Hopefully this new group and last years haul can be as exciting as those guys used to be. Of course Denard helped that cause. Better coaching now though overall on that side of the ball and a great defense is going to make these years amazing on my Saturday mornings. I need to get a new recliner soon.


February 7th, 2017 at 1:09 AM ^

..probably in the nicest 5 people I've ever met and I've hung out with him a few times. He's always smiling and just giving off great vibes. 

This is huge for him and hope all the best for him and Mallory!

Go Blue

Moonlight Graham

February 7th, 2017 at 6:17 AM ^

Had the pleasure of meeting him at that MGoBlog pre-game event for Marlin's charity at UTL3 in '14. 

I thought I might run across a player or two at the event so I brought my UTL 1 ticket stub for someone to sign. Needless to say I was ecstastic to get it signed by Roy FREAKING Roundtree!!!!

I had Michaels dismantle my framed Big House panoramic print from UTL1 and had them place the ticket under the glass alongside, then re-assemble. Prized conversation piece in my office for sure. 

Good luck Roy!


February 7th, 2017 at 9:29 AM ^

Other than snake oil, was him getting caught from behind at the 1 at Illinois. Michigan went four straight downs without converting.... Then lost the game..... Then the season....... :(


February 7th, 2017 at 9:47 AM ^

One of my favorite memories was after his huge game against Illinois.  They asked what he thought when he woke up that morning and with a big smile he says "I'm Huungry!"

The press room busted out laughing.