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Indiana's goal, Michigan firing back, and expansion talk were hot topics at the Big Ten media day, writes Mark Schlabach.
Players, coaches, friends and colleagues gathered Saturday for a farewell to the coach who spent two seasons reinvigorating Indiana football. Terry Hoeppner, 59, died Tuesday from complications of a brain tumor.
Indiana football coach Terry Hoeppner, who was undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatments after two brain surgeries in 18 months, has died.
Indiana assistant Bill Lynch will replace football coach Terry Hoeppner, who has had brain surgery twice in the last 18 months.
Indiana football coach Terry Hoeppner is still undergoing medical treatment and remains intent on returning to the sideline.
In surviving a lifetime of hardship in the span of two years, Terry Hoeppner is teaching his players the true meaning of success.
Indiana's Terry Hoeppner walked into his weekly news conference Tuesday and got right back to business.
Indiana football coach Terry Hoeppner plans to rejoin the team Sunday, less than two weeks after brain surgery, and be ready for the Big Ten opener Sept. 30 game against Wisconsin.
If his players have anything to say about it, they'll use Terry Hoeppner's brain surgery as motivation to play exceptionally well against Southern Illinois.
Indiana football coach Terry Hoeppner is scheduled to undergo brain surgery on Wednesday after a scan showed evidence of a possible recurrent tumor, the university said Tuesday.