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Willis key to IU football success

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Keep running back Darius Willis healthy and the Hoosiers will win football games. Lose him to the injury bug and all bets are off. It’s that simple.


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Doss to be limited in opener

IU junior wide receiver Tandon Doss will likely miss Thursday’s football opener against Towson due to injury.


IU Football Practice

Inside football two-a-days

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The single day of a preseason camp, more than anything, screams that football is not just about who can hit whom the hardest, as the IDS learns while spending a day with the IU football team.


IU Football Practice

IU will play in bowl game

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IU will make a bowl game this season — that is a guarantee (Yes, the Kentucky Fried Chicken Bowl and The Mott’s Fruit Bowl do count).


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Chris Adkins out with ankle injury

Just after losing much of his sophomore season to an elbow injury, junior safety Chris Adkins could miss a significant portion of the 2010 campaign because of an injured ankle.




Darius Willis

Preserving RB's potential

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Sophomore running back Darius Willis took in Tuesday’s practice from the sidelines, but coaches said having the top projected running back out wasn’t a cause for concern.



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Lucas Oil snags 1st conference championship

The 115th season of Big Ten football will end with something many fans have been clamoring for: a conference championship game. The inaugural Big Ten Football Championship will also have importance for the Hoosiers. The December 2011 game will take place at Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium  — essentially home turf.


Football with the Boys & Girls Club

Hoosiers take next step with first practice

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“When you have some disappointing losses that we had last year, you can go one of two ways,” IU coach Bill Lynch said of his team’s overall attitude. “Just watching what they did (Friday), they certainly did their work during the summer.”


media days

Multiple WRs 'not a problem'

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Despite an offense with three wide receivers popularly accepted as some of the best the Big Ten will offer, the questions for IU football coach Bill Lynch weren’t about potentially mind-numbing statistics for yards or touchdowns.


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Best of Lynch: Media Day edition

Think you’ll see a furious Lynch on the sidelines again this year? You might — but expect the Hoosiers to be much improved from last year, at least based on Lynch’s preseason comments. Here are some of the highlights of Lynch’s Big Ten Media Day presser:




Dave Schnell

Former Hoosier beats second bout of leukemia

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The only quarterback ever to lead IU to victories against Michigan and Ohio State in the same season has been inducted into the Indiana Football Hall of Fame — but that’s only part of the story. The rest is of a father of four who has twice defeated cancer and the support of a University that feels more like a family than an institution.