BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) -Safety Jerimy Finch got a waiver from the NCAA Thursday to play for Indiana this season after transferring from Florida.
The sophomore from Indianapolis was a two-time first-team All-State player at Warren Central High School. He at first committed to play at Indiana, then signed with the Gators.
He had seven tackles and one interception in three games as a freshman in 2007 before breaking his leg and missing the rest of the season.
Finch helped lead Warren Central to its fourth straight Indiana high school Class 5A title in 2006.

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