Hoosiers football team needs breakthrough season with coach’s job at risk



The contract on the construction of the Indiana University football program probably was locked at four years, which makes this a very interesting season for head coach Kevin Wilson.

This is, indeed, the fourth year of his tenure, and it might be put-up or shut-up time for Wilson, who has, at the very least, made Indiana more watchable.

The Hoosiers score a prolific amount of points, which would be ideal for Wilson if his defense didn’t resemble mushy pasta. Consider: The Hoosiers put up 47 on Michigan last season and lost by 16.

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