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 BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -Indiana has a new coach in Tom Crean to help it recover from a tumultuous season.
The former Marquette coach was introduced at a news conference Wednesday. He replaces Kelvin Sampson, who resigned before last season ended amid NCAA allegations of recruiting violations.
Crimson,'' a play on the team's colors of cream and crimson. He will try to restore the reputation of a team that changed coaches three times since Bob Knight's firing in 2000.
Crean's contract is for eight years, with an average salary of more than $2 million.

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