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Report: Bill Lynch out at Indiana

Add Indiana to the list. The Indy Star reports that the Hoosiers have informed head coach Bill Lynch that he will no longer lead the football program following a 5-7 season and finishing on the bottom of the Big Ten standings for a third consecutive season. The school has announced a press conference beginning at 5 p.m. EST to discuss the future of the football program.

Lynch took over the program following the death of former Indiana head coach Terry Hoeppner after the 2007 season. In his first season the Hoosiers went 7-6 and played in the Insight Bowl. Since then though times have not been kind to Lynch and the Hoosiers, who have yet to return to a bowl game.

With Lynch gone the Hoosiers become the eighth team that will be looking for a new head coach in the 2011 season.

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Kevin McGuire
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