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Report: Indiana offers DC job to Air Force’s Brian Knorr

Tre Roberson, Kevin Wilson AP

Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson has offered the Hoosiers’ defensive coordinator position to Air Force assistant Brian Knorr, according to a report on Sunday from CoachingSearch.com.

No word yet on whether Knorr has taken the job.

Knorr just recently re-joined the Air Force staff after serving as defensive coordinator at Wake Forest for the past two seasons. A graduate of the Air Force Academy, Knorr was the defensive coordinator there from 2005-2007. He also was the head coach at Ohio in the early 2000s.

Indiana finished 123rd out of 125 teams in total defense this past season, so having an experienced hand like Knorr on board should help shore up things on that side of the ball for the Hoosiers. The Demon Deacons finished a respectable 31st in total defense in 2013.

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1 Response to “Report: Indiana offers DC job to Air Force’s Brian Knorr”
  1. metalhead65 says: Jan 20, 2014 12:25 AM

    so while other schools are paying big bucks and hiring coaches from the staffs of programs like Alabama and Fla. State or at least trying to the Hoosiers are going after a guy who used to be a head coach at Ohio University and was the coordinator at powerhouse schools like wake forrest and Air Force. way to aim high guys but I guess you are aiming for the mediocrity of the Mallory years and that was only during the Anthony Thompson years. hey maybe they will move up to 120th in defense this year that might help them not get get beat by 60 when they play wisconsin next. you get what you pay for and while I hope I am wrong they have doomed Wilson and the program with this hire.

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