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- QB Tuttle granted immediate eligibility at Indiana
- Hoosiers hire DeBoer as offensive coordinator
- QB Tuttle to join Hoosiers after leaving Utes
- DraftKings, FanDuel win likeness suit by athletes
Former Utah quarterback Jack Tuttle has been granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA to play at Indiana.
Whether it was pushing for B1G expansion or pushing back against a playoff, Jim Delany has been central to every big CFB debate for three decades.
The Indiana Hoosiers have hired longtime play-caller Kalen DeBoer as their associate head coach and offensive coordinator.
QB Jack Tuttle, who did not play for Utah last season after losing a preseason battle for the starting job, is transferring to play for the Hoosiers.
Purdue's David Blough threw three more touchdown passes, receiver Rondale Moore scored twice and tied a school record with his seventh 100-yard game of the season Saturday to lead the Boilermakers to a 28-21 victory at rival Indiana.
Karan Higdon ran for a go-ahead touchdown early in the third quarter and Jake Moody set a school record with six field goals, helping No. 4 Michigan beat Indiana 31-20 Saturday.