- Adam Rittenberg, ESPN Staff Writer
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New Indiana coach Kevin Wilson announced several updates to his coaching staff Wednesday.
Two defensive assistants, Jerry Montgomery and Corey Raymond, are moving onto other schools. Montgomery has been rumored to take a position on Greg Mattison's defensive staff at Michigan, while Raymond might be heading to Nebraska. It's amazing how many assistant coach changes we've seen within the Big Ten this year. "They had an opportunity for something that was better for their family," Wilson said.
Jemal Singleton has joined the Indiana staff as running backs coach and recruiting coordinator. Singleton most recently served as running backs coach and run game coordinator at Air Force, where he spent the past eight seasons. It'll be interesting to see how he adjusts to Wilson's offense after working in the triple option system with Air Force.
Brett Diersen will be joining the Hoosiers' defensive staff from Nebraska. Dierson worked alongside Indiana co-defensive coordinator Mike Ekeler with the Huskers as a football intern last year.
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