After significant improvement in 2012-13, Indiana veered off-course, and the Hoosiers now might face a make-or-break campaign in Kevin Wilson's fifth year.
Indiana moved to a 3-4 in the offseason and has plenty of size, but the front seven isn't making nearly enough plays to be successful so far.
Indiana has the most explosive running back and maybe the most deeply experienced O-line in FBS. As long as a reconfigured defense doesn't somehow get worse (if that's even possible), the Hoosiers...
Can third-year coach Kevin Wilson patch the holes in the defense enough to ride an absurdly easy home slate to six wins and Indiana's second bowl bid in 20 years?
The Hoosiers have major questions to answer on the defensive side of the ball, return a lot of starters, but lose two major pieces along the defensive line. Can improvement happen?
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