Injured Hoosier progressing from brain injury

FILE - In this Nov. 4, 2013 file photo, Indiana's Devin Davis (15) goes down court during the second half of an NCAA college exhibition basketball game against Hillsdale in Bloomington. An Indiana basketball spokesman says Davis is in serious condition after being hit by a car driven by freshman Emmitt Holt. Senior assistant athletic director J.D. Campbell said in a news release that Davis was hit early Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014, just after exiting the vehicle on the Indiana University campus and was taken to IU Health Bloomington Hospital. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)
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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -- Hoosiers coach Tom Crean says Devin Davis is continuing to progress from a traumatic brain injury. The update came Thursday after Indiana beat Northwood 94-70 in its exhibition opener. Davis was injured early Saturday morning when one of his teammates, freshman Emmitt Holt, ran into him with a car. According to the police report, Davis jumped in front of the car. The police said both players had been drinking though they are both underage. Crean says Davis, a sophomore, is undergoing physical and speech recovery. Crean also says Wednesday was a big day for Davis because he was able to take two walks in a Bloomington hospital. Crean said he and his players were planning to visit Davis after the game.