“This contract reflects our commitment to Kevin, to continuity and to Indiana University Football,” Indiana athletic director Fred Glass said in a statement. “Kevin has done a great job building our program into one that is competitive with the great teams of the Big Ten and the nation. We are confident that he will continue to lead us to sustained success on the field and in the classroom.”
Indiana posted a 6–7 record this season and advanced to the New Era Pinstripe Bowl under Wilson’s tutelage, where the Hoosiers fell to the Duke Blue Devils 44–41. It was Indiana’s first bowl game appearance since 2007.
In five seasons at Indiana, Wilson’s Hoosiers have a 20–41 record.