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Hoosiers practice inside Memorial Stadium

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - For the first time this spring, the
Indiana football team practiced inside Memorial Stadium. The Hoosiers
wrapped up their seventh practice on Saturday afternoon.
Head coach Kevin Wilson talked to IUHoosiers.com's Jeremy Gray
following the session. Gray also spoke with wide receivers Cody Latimer
and Shane Wynn.
Indiana head coach Kevin Wilson talks about spring practice #7
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Latimer earned second team All-Big Ten honors last season. The
junior led the team with 805 yards, 67.1 yards per game and a 15.8
average per reception.
A 6-3, 215-pounder from Dayton, Ohio, Latimer also shared the
team lead with six touchdowns and finished second with 51 catches. He
was second in the Big Ten in yards per game, tied for fourth in
receiving TDs and seventh in receptions per game (4.2).
Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer talks about
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Wynn ended 2012 with a team-high 68 receptions for 660 yards
(second) and six touchdowns (tied for first). He added 180 yards on
eight kick returns and was second on the team with 863 all-purpose
yards.
The Cleveland native's 68 catches were good for fourth on the
school's single-season list. Wynn was second in the Big Ten in
receptions per game, tied for fourth in receiving scores and eighth in
yards per game (4.2).
Indiana wide receiver Shane Wynn talks about
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