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Bill Lynch - Head Football Coach, Indiana University

A native and lifelong Hoosier with 32 years coaching experience in the state, Bill Lynch is in his fourth year at the helm of the Indiana football program. In his three seasons, the Hoosiers reached the postseason and won seven games in a season for the first time since 1993 and won the Old Oaken Bucket for the first time since 2001. IU has boasted three All-Americans, two second-round NFL Draft picks, eight NFL Scouting Combine participants, nine All-Big Ten selections, one Academic All-American and 52 Academic All-Big Ten honorees.

The nine all-conference selections are the most in a three-year stretch for the Hoosiers since 1993-95 and the 52 Academic All-Big Ten honorees are the most in a three-year period in IU history.

Lynch’s charges have received national recognition both on and off the field over the last three seasons. Indiana has produced two Ted Hendricks Award finalists, one finalist for the Lou Groza Award, one semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award. Three Hoosiers have been invited to the Texas vs. Nation Challenge, two have played in the Senior Bowl and two have participated in the East-West Shrine Game.

Lynch is also an active member in the community, not only in Bloomington, but throughout the state. He made over 70 public appearances across the state during the 2009 offseason. Lynch and his wife, Linda, are the co-chairpersons for the 2010 Heroes for the American Red Cross campaign. The football program is also actively involved with the Bloomington Boys & Girls Club and the Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis.

In 2009, the Hoosiers produced at least three All-Big Ten honorees for the second time in three seasons. Wide receiver Tandon Doss, defensive end Jammie Kirlew and left tackle Rodger Saffold earned conference honors. Doss collected first team accolades from the conference media and second team laurels from the conference coaches, while Kirlew garnered second team honors from both groups. Saffold was named a second team member by the coaches. Cornerback Ray Fisher, linebacker Matt Mayberry, defensive end Greg Middleton and Saffold received honorable mention recognition from the media, and quarterback Ben Chappell, Fisher and Mayberry carded honorable mention from the coaches.

Saffold, Kirlew, Middleton and safety Nick Polk each participated in the 2010 NFL Scouting Combine, giving IU the third-most players at the Combine in the Big Ten. Three of the four also played in postseason All-Star games. Saffold shined at the 2010 East-West Shrine Game, while Kirlew and Polk received invitations to the 2010 Texas vs. Nation Challenge.

In the classroom, 42 Hoosier football student-athletes carried a 3.0 grade-point average (GPA) in the 2009 fall semester or a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Chappell, Trea Burgess and Brandon Bugg earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V honors and 18 Hoosiers carded Academic All-Big Ten honors.

Lynch completed his first season as Indiana head coach in 2007, leading the Hoosiers to a 7-6 record and a trip to the Insight Bowl. He is the only head coach in Hoosier history to guide a team to a bowl game in his debut season and just the fourth coach in IU lore to patrol the sidelines for a postseason contest. The team’s seven victories were the second most for a first-year Indiana head coach, behind only James M. Sheldon, who went 8-1-1 in 1905.

Two of Lynch’s 2007 charges were selected on the first day of the NFL Draft. The New Orleans Saints picked cornerback Tracy Porter with the 40th selection, while the Buffalo Bills took wide receiver James Hardy in the 41st slot. Indiana and Michigan were the only Big Ten teams with multiple selections on day one. It also marked the first time IU had two players selected on day one since 1988.

Porter, Hardy, kicker Austin Starr, quarterback Kellen Lewis and Middleton each collected All-Big Ten honors, while Hardy, Starr and Middleton also received All-America recognition. Hardy and Middleton both collected second team honors from the Walter Camp Football Foundation and third team laurels from the Associated Press, while Starr captured second team status from the AP.

In addition to success on the field, Lynch stresses the importance of earning a degree from one of the top academic institutions in the country. A school-record 22 Hoosiers earned Academic All-Big Ten honors in 2008, over 25 percent of the roster recorded a grade point average of 3.0, and Starr earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V honors for the third straight season.

Lynch signed an agreement on November 26, 2007, to remain Indiana University’s head football coach through July 1, 2012. He was named IU’s 27th head coach on June 15, 2007. Lynch has compiled a 95-90-3 (.513) career record with stops in Bloomington, at Butler, Ball State and DePauw. He has won or shared six conference or divisional titles in his 17 seasons. Lynch has 33 overall years of coaching experience, spending 32 of those seasons in the state of Indiana.


We would like to invite you to attend our summer football camps at Indiana University. You will have the opportunity to develop the fundamentals and techniques that will help you become a better football player. Our staff will personally work with you and put you through the same drills that our players use. Regardless of the offense or defense you use, the fundamentals of the game are the same. So bring a teammate or your whole team and head for Bloomington. Football camp at I.U. will be an experience you'll remember for a long time. Go Hoosiers!



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7:30 a.m.  Wake-Up 
 7:45 a.m. Breakfast (resident campers) 
 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Practice 
11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m.  Lunch 
 1:30-4 p.m. Practice 
5 p.m.  Dinner 
 7-8:45 p.m. Practice 
9 p.m.  Game Night at Memorial Stadium 
10:30 p.m.  Lights out