Hoosiers Fire Bill Lynch
After three seasons, Indiana Hoosiers football head coach Bill Lynch has been fired. He was on the hot seat this year and if he didn’t guide Indiana to a bowl game, he would be fired.
“My view was that, given the circumstances of the last three seasons, that extending the contract was not a viable option,” athletic director Fred Glass said. “It would send the wrong signal of what merited an extension at Indiana University.”
I agree with the decision Glass made. The Hoosiers made the right one. They had too much talent to not make a bowl game appearance.
Hope IU brings in a new, better coach now.
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