Indiana takes interim tag off Lynch's title with new deal
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Bill Lynch got his dream job, and Indiana finally got some stability in its football program.
Nine days after the Hoosiers completed their most successful regular season in 14 years, the interim coach was rewarded Monday with a four-year contract.
Athletic director Rick Greenspan said he did not interview
anyone to replace Lynch, who coached this season under a one-year
deal after coach Terry Hoeppner's death in June from complications
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