- Indiana football's head coaching search is nearing a conclusion after firing previous head coach Tom Allen.
- Indiana is reportedly considering James Madison head coach Curt Cignetti as the top candidate for the position.
- Cignetti has an impressive track record as a head coach with successful stints at various collegiate programs.
Indiana football’s coaching search may be zeroing in on top candidate, James Madison head coach Curt Cignetti, according to a report from FootballScoop.com. Cignetti, 62, boasts a successful track record, having never wrapped up a season without a winning record in conference and overall play. His leadership has propelled James Madison to impressive performances in the Colonial Athletic Association and FBS Division I transition. If Indiana selects Cignetti as their 30th head coach, they would owe James Madison a $1.2 million buyout payment, a value worthwhile for the potential impact he could bring to the program.
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