According to an IU spokesman, university president Michael McRobbie is “not cool” to the idea of retaining Bill Lynch as the head coach of the football team.
Recent reports indicated that McRobbie was holding up the process.
But according to Mike Sample, IU vice president for public affairs and government relations, McRobbie is simply doing his “due diligence” in assessing the situation. He expects McRobbie to make a decision soon.
â€œHe has sought advice on this from people inside the university and outside the university, as he should,” Sample said Wednesday. “That should not be misinterpreted as being cool to Bill Lynch.â€
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