Indiana, Allen agree to new 7-year contract

College Sports

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) – The Indiana Hoosiers and football coach Tom Allen have agreed to a new seven-year contract.

The deal is worth an average of $3.9 million per year. It comes after the Hoosiers posted their first eight-win season since 1993.

They will have an opportunity to tie the school’s single-season win record if they win their first bowl game since 1991.

The compensation for the first three years on the contract are fully guaranteed. Allen took over a coach in December 2016 following the firing of Kevin Wilson.

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