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Storm damages Indiana U. football field

BLOOMINGTON, Ind., June 7 (UPI) -- A combination of high winds and heavy rain has damaged the Indiana University football field so badly that the artificial turf may need replacement.
Clinton campaign $20 million in debt

Clinton campaign $20 million in debt

NEW YORK, May 22 (UPI) -- Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's campaign is $20 million in debt, campaign finance records show.

Indiana suspends star quarterback

BLOOMINGTON, Ind., March 6 (UPI) -- Indiana University announced Thursday quarterback Kellen Lewis had been suspended for an indefinite period.

Indiana football coach Terry Hoeppner dies

BLOOMINGTON, Ind., June 19 (UPI) -- Indiana University head football coach Terry Hoeppner died Tuesday morning of complications from brain cancer at age 59. Hoeppner died at Bloomington Hospital a year and a-half after beginning cancer treatment with family members at his bedside. He had be

Lynch taking over Indiana football

BLOOMINGTON, Ind., June 15 (UPI) -- Bill Lynch will assume the title of Indiana University's head football coach for the upcoming season while Terry Hoeppner continues his leave of absence.

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Ball State football coach fired

MUNCIE, Ind., Dec. 2 (UPI) -- Bill Lynch, who has been the football coach at Ball State the past eight years, Monday was relieved of his duties.

College Football Preview -- MAC

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Bill Lynch (June 12, 1954, Indianapolis, Indiana) is the head coach for the Indiana Hoosiers football team. He has spent 31 years coaching football, with 30 of those years coming in Indiana, where he was born and raised. He is a 2005 inductee into the Indiana Football Hall of Fame.

Lynch graduated from Bishop Chatard High School in Indianapolis in 1972. He moved on to Butler University where was a four year letterwinner as the quarterback for the football squad and a captain of the basketball team. He quarterbacked the football team to a 28-12 record, led the nation in pass percentage in 1975, and often jokes that he "held" Larry Bird to 42 points in his final college basketball game.

Lynch's first head coaching position was at his alma mater, where four of his five teams finished in the Top 20 Division II Poll.

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