Indiana fires head coach Kevin Wilson

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Indiana has dismissed head football coach Kevin Wilson after six seasons with the Hoosiers, according to multiple reports.

Indiana finished the season 6–6 and the decision to part ways regards an off-field issue, according to Terry Hutchens of CNHI Sports Indiana.

Wilson compiled a 26–47 record in his time in Bloomington. He previously served as Oklahoma’s offensive coordinator before taking the Indiana job.

After playing in the 2015 Pinstripe Bowl, Wilson signed a six-year extension in January, which ran through 2021 and was expected to pay him $2.55 million per year.

Indiana will hold a news conference later today to announce their decision.

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