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BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — Tom Allen is already putting his stamp on Indiana football. The first-year coach has installed a new offense, instilled a different attitude and created a more player-friendly environment as practice begins this week. The softer approach that might make some old-school coaches wince. But the Hoosiers have embraced it. Allen was promoted from defensive coordinator in early December after Kevin Wilson resigned amid reports of player mistreatment.
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