Found October 05, 2012 on Rumors and Rants:
The Indiana Hoosiers are 2-2 heading into Saturday’s showdown with Michigan State. Ha, showdown. More like complete destruction by a usually punchless Spartan offense. Expect running back Le’Veon Bell to have a nice day Saturday.However, if quarterback Tre Roberson hadn’t broken his leg/ankle/lower body against UMass in week two, there is a very real chance that the Hoosiers would be 3-1 at the absolute worst. Regardless, they have definitely improved in year two of head coach Kevin Wilson’s tenure, even if that improvement isn’t enough to keep the Hoosiers from once again being the worst team in the Big Ten.Indiana Athletic Director Fred Glass – probably based partially upon the Hoosiers’ improvement and the fact that Wilson has five years left on a seven-year contract – gave the head coach a ringing vote of confidence Thursday, saying he was “absolutely the right guy,” among other things.That, of course, means Wilson will probably be fired at season’s end.Sure, a seven year contra...
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