Indiana has looked at three coordinators to fill its football opening, ESPN.com reported.
Oklahoma offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson, Wisconsin defensive coordinator Dave Doeren and Michigan State offensive coordinator Don Treadwell have met with Indiana athletic director Fred Glass, according to the report.
Wilson was an offensive coordinator at Northwestern from 1999-2001. The Sooners are ranked 16th nationally in scoring.
Treadwell served as acting coach for the Spartans in the aftermath of Mark Dantonio's heart attack earlier this season.
ESPN.com reported Glass met with Wilson and Doeren on Friday.