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BLOOMINGTON – Indiana defensive coordinator Chad Wilt and defensive line coach Paul Randolph were introduced Sunday, but while Wilt and Randolph will be involved with game planning and development, head coach Tom Allen will go back to his role of calling the defense on game day.

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INDIANAPOLIS — While the evaluation of the quarterback position continues to dominate offseason storylines, the Indianapolis Colts have a much wider focus in seeking to diagnose the flaws that led to an epic collapse in the final two weeks of the regular season.

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BLOOMINGTON – As the losses have mounted over the span of close to six years, Indiana’s nine-game losing streak against rival Purdue has left a mark on a proud school accustomed to basketball success.

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BLOOMINGTON — To pick up its first road win of the season, Indiana needed to prove it could sustain a long stretch without its best player on the court.

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BLOOMINGTON -- Indiana hired Chad Wilt as its new defensive coordinator Friday.

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As NFL contracts for first-year players grow richer and the annual bowl schedule expands, more players are choosing to opt out of the season-ending showcases. As CNHI's Kevin Brockway and Elton Hayes learned, there are no easy solutions.

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Indiana hoped it had solved its turnover woes during a three-game winning streak. But old habits came back to haunt the Hoosiers on Thursday at Iowa.

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BLOOMINGTON – Indiana has established a strong defensive identity under first-year coach Mike Woodson, ranking first in the Big Ten and second nationally in field goal percentage defense, allowing just 35.3% shooting from the field.

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BLOOMINGTON -- Indiana is in search of a new defensive coordinator and new defensive line coach after Charlton Warren and Kevin Peoples left for new jobs over the weekend.

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After committing two crucial turnovers and failing to provide dynamic plays in the passing game consistently, quarterback Carson Wentz enters a long offseason of reflection.

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BLOOMINGTON — Indiana point guard Xavier Johnson heard boos from Indiana fans at Gainbridge Fieldhouse last month against Notre Dame, and a few more groans from the crowd at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall more recently over the volume and type of shots he was taking.

INDIANAPOLIS – When Georgia coach Kirby Smart refused to take a Gatorade bath following a resounding Orange Bowl win against Michigan in the College Football Playoff semifinals, it sent a message to players and coaches of unfinished business.

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SOUTH BEND — All of a sudden, Notre Dame men’s basketball head coach Mike Brey and his team are starting to emerge as a potentially dangerous opponent with Atlantic Coast Conference action just getting underway.

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As the Colts prepare for another critical game Sunday in Jacksonville, the locker room leaders are stepping forward. "I gotta be the best for this team and just try to tell the guys the same thing," Darius Leonard said. "I want their best."

Carson Wentz has been in a bit of funk the past three weeks, completing just 58.2% of his passes and averaging 6.4 yards per attempt. Those numbers must improve if the Colts hope to make a postseason run.

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