Spring football, day 1.

Assistant head coach Bill Lynch, who essentially is the acting head coach for the spring, as he was for last season's SIU and Connecticut games, held a press conference before today's practice. Lynch discussed, vaguely, the team's reaction to the latest news about Hep. The most interesting tidbit: Blake Powers, who started two games for IU last season and every game in 2005 (and set a school single-season record with 22 touchdown passes) is now a tight end, as had been long rumored.


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