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Eyeing IU


IU names lines coach

Myron Moriarity has been named the offensive line coach at Indiana. He replaces Bobby Johnson, who took an assistant offensive line coach position with the Buffalo Bills on Feb. 17. Moriarity coached tight ends at Indiana from 2002-04.

"We are excited to have Mo join our staff," IU coach Bill Lynch said in a statement. "He has been a proven winner through the years and shares my passion and vision for football here at Indiana University. Our offensive line will be well coached and fundamentally sound." He spent the last five seasons as head coach at Carmel High School. He served as the head coach at Bloomington South High School for 15 years (1987-2001), where he had a 143-31 (.822) record, won state championships in 1993 and 1998, and was the state's runner-up in 1997.