Indiana reportedly hiring Houston assistant who was hired last month

These coaches ain’t loyal.
According to multiple media reports, the Indiana football program is set to hire Houston assistant Darren Hiller as its next offensive line coach after he accepted that same job on Major Applewhite’s Houston Cougars staff one month ago.
Hiller would replace Greg Frey, who left to join the Michigan Wolverines coaching staff, according to the Indianapolis Star.
Hiller previously coached at USF, leading an impressive rushing attack that ranked fifth in the nation in yards per game, along with stops at Cincinnati, Nevada and Arkansas State.
Hiller’s familiarity with first-year Hoosiers head coach Tom Allen comes from their time together at Arkansas State.
Let’s hope he keeps this job for longer than a month.
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