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Special teams battle

Indiana has some areas to address on special teams.

Wide receiver Tandon Doss is in line to replace Ray Fisher on returns. Doss actually had 25 kickoff returns last season, the most on the team, for 533 yards. He averaged 21.3 yards per kickoff return. He returned four punts for 44 yards (an 11 yard average).

"Doss is the natural guy," IU coach Bill Lynch said.

Mitch Ewald and Nick Freeland are battling for the kicking duties. Freeland went 14 for 25 on field goals last season.

"Ewald has to beat Freeland out," Lynch said. "Nick, for the most part he did pretty well. Mitch has to beat him out and in all honesty, he did not beat him out in the spring. It's even."

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