Sources close to the Indiana football program tell CrimsonQuarry that Kevin Wilson’s dismissal may surround an athletic department investigation into Wilson’s treatment of players on the roster — and may have reached full-throttle after of Zander Diamont’s retirement comments about concussions last week after the Purdue game.
ESPN’s Mark Schlabach first reported that Indiana had talked to former and current players about Wilson’s treatment of players.
The Indiana Daily Student’s Brody Miller adds to that report, with this from former IU player Laray Smith.
Smith says team told him he had bruise in back. He went to a doctor and was told it was a blood clot. Wilson still pressured to play #ifub— Brody Miller (@byBrodyMiller) December 1, 2016
More to come as this develops.