BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Kevin Wilson spent the last two seasons rebuilding Indiana football.
He's ready to see the results.
After going 5-19 in Bloomington, the Hoosiers coach and his players are eager to start giving fans the one thing they've craved most — more wins.
Wilson has seen championship resumes, before, and those teams score points, play defense and win the turnover battle. There's little doubt the Hoosiers can score, but they've been trying to beef up the defense and fix the mistakes.
Fans will finally get a glimpse at the new-look Hoosiers during Thursday night's season opener against Indiana State.
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