Mark Murphy ran to the southeast corner of Memorial Stadium, a grin stretched across his face, fists pumping in triumph Saturday. For four years, the senior safety had waited for a moment like this. He was going to enjoy it.
It tore at Drue Tranquill to decommit from Purdue. “That’s not the type of character kid I am, to want to break a promise like that,” he said.
 Kevin Wilson has his signature win. For more than three years, he told onlookers his system would work at Indiana. He said it was possible to win at a basketball behemoth short on football success. There were long hours, failures and glimmers of hope.

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