(BLOOMINGTON, IN) - Kevin Wilson is the new head football coach at Indiana University.
Athletic Director Fred Glass introduced Wilson at a Tuesday news conference in Bloomington.
Wilson agreed to a seven-year, 8.4 million dollar deal on Monday night.
Wilson was the offensive coordinator at the University of Oklahoma.
The Sooners boasted an offense in 2008 that scored an NCAA record 716 points and earned quarterback Sam Bradford the Heisman Trophy.
Among the other players Wilson coached at Oklahoma are Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Colts tight end Brody Eldridge.
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