IU Football Expects Better Things Off Hard Offseason Work

By Dean Pantazi

July 28, 2012 Updated Jul 28, 2012 at 10:45 PM EDT

UNDATED (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Indiana University football players are assuring anyone who will listen that better times are in store in 2012 for the Hoosiers.

Coach Kevin Wilson says his team will get more done on offense than the 18 points a game the Hoosiers averaged in their 1-11 season in 2011.

And additions on both sides of the ball from transfers and a solid offseason of work have his players confident of improvement.

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