BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) One year after going to work on Indiana's perennially poor defense, coach Tom Allen is tinkering with the Hoosiers' high-scoring offense.
Yes, he still wants to run the ball hard and, yes, he still wants to play with the breakneck pace his predecessor, Kevin Wilson, favored. Allen just hopes a more quarterback-friendly system will lead to better reads, better decisions and fewer turnovers.
Whether fans detect differences in Thursday night's annual spring game may depend on how close they watch - and how much Allen chooses to use.