Dec. 24, 2014
DEVELOPING: Kevin Wilson Out At Indiana
((HT: CBS4 Indianapolis))
Kevin Wilson was brought on to be the head coach at Indiana in 2011 after his time as the offensive coordinator at Oklahoma. After back-to-back 6-6 seasons, the first time since 1990 and 1991 that the school has been bowl eligible for two years in a row, he had signed a contract extension that was supposed to keep him on campus through 2021.
In a stunning development the school is set to dismiss him Thursday afternoon...
ESPN's Chantelle Jennings and Mark Schlabach report that while the school has not given an official reason for the dismissal "...a former Hoosiers player told ESPN that he and at least five current IU players were interviewed about Wilson's treatment of players in meetings with athletics department officials and university lawyers during the past two weeks."
QB Zander Diamont, who retired from IU football last week from concussion symptoms,
Diamont has maintained publicly that his comments from last week are not related to the events of today... he is referring anyone and everyone to this interview for full context...
((HT: Inside Indiana))
. says his comments last weekend about his concussions were not linked to today's news.— Zach Osterman (@ZachOsterman)
More when we know more as Hoosier football is set to learn their bowl berth this weekend...