The third-year Indiana coach makes $650,000 a year, which ties him for 82nd in the country.
Only one BCS-level coach, Washington State’s Paul Wulff, makes less.
Ohio State’s Jim Tressell is pulling in $3.5 million, sixth-nationally and best in the Big Ten. The list goes down from there, with Northwestern’s Pat Fitzgerald making $100,000 more than Lynch.
Kyrie Irving will cut his long list of suitors by the time the Boost Mobile Elite 24 at Harlem’s Rucker Park event rolls around on Aug. 22.
The event brings together 24 of the best high school basketball players in the country to play on one of the more famous courts in the country.
The Indiana football team began its move into its new building Saturday, and photographer Chris Howell was there to capture the scene.
That’s the weight room you see above. The weights should be arriving any day now. Followed by the players who lift them. Freshmen and transfers report Wednesday. The rest of the team gets here Thursday. Camp begins on Friday.
For that story, I detailed how Lynch and his staff are already successful recruiting in-state, and how Indiana produces more BCS-level players than you might imagine.
Here are the raw numbers:
TOTAL NUMBER OF BCS SIGNEES PRODUCED FROM 2007-09
1. Ohio 219
2. Pennsylvania 148
3. Illinois 112
4. Michigan 98
5. Indiana 57 (more…)
Indiana football coach Bill Lynch answered questions at Joe’s Bar in Chicago during an Indiana Alumni Association event on Monday.
Jack Denton, an athlete from Zionsville (Ind.), verbally committed to Indiana today.
He is the 15th prospect in the class of 2010 for the Hoosiers, joining Cincinnati (Ohio) cornerback Cameron Cole as one of two IU commitments to come today.
Denton said he wanted to be a part of rebuilding the Indiana football program.
“Coach (Bill) Lynch is a smart guy,” Denton said. “He knows what he is doing. He will turn IU football around. And that’s what I want IU football to do, and I want to be a huge part of it.”
Denton, who is 6-foot-2 and 235 pounds, was recruited as an athlete because of his multi-position versatility.
He plays linebacker and fullback for Zionsville, so he could play linebacker or H-back for Indiana. (more…)
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