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2019 Hoosier Football One-Day Team Camp



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- Phone: 1-319-631-0946
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Indiana University Employees and Tom Allen Football Camp Employees are eligible for 50% off the camp registration price. Please contact Coach William Inge for more information.
I-Camp Group Rate: Groups of 15 or more are eligible for a discount of 50% off for the registration price. Please contact Coach William Inge for more information.

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Tom Allen - Head Football Coach, Indiana University

After engineering one of the nation’s most impressive defensive turnarounds in 2016, Tom Allen was named Indiana University’s 29th head football coach on Dec. 1, 2016.

The New Castle, Ind., native joined the Indiana staff as associate head coach/defense on Jan. 15, 2016, and made a huge impact in helping the Hoosiers to a berth in the 2016 Foster Farms Bowl. The Hoosiers made huge improvements in every major defensive statistical category in 2016 while playing a schedule that featured four top-10 opponents.

Among those improvements:

- The Hoosiers held their opponents to 380.1 total yards, an improvement of 129.4 yards over 2015, the largest improvement in the country.

- Indiana limited its foes to 94.1 fewer passing yards, also first nationally, and 10.4 fewer points, which ranked fifth nationally.

- IU gave up 25 fewer touchdowns than in 2015.

For his efforts, Allen was a finalist for the 2016 Broyles Award, honoring college football's top assistant coach.

Allen’s defense had a six players earn All-Big Ten honors, tops in the history of the program. IU also had its first All-American at linebacker since 1987 whe Tegray Scales earned second team honors from For league accolades, Scales and Rashard Fant earned second team honors, and Ralph Green III, Marcus Oliver, Jonathan Crawford and Marcelino Ball received honorable mention recognition.

Indiana also earned its second straight bowl trip, which should come as no surprise based on Allen’s history of success as a coach. Over the last 22 years, the teams for which Allen has been a member of the coaching staff have posted a combined record of 222-69 (.763).

Before coming to IU, Allen was the defensive coordinator at the University of South Florida in 2015. South Florida posted an 8-5 record and earned a trip to the Miami Beach Bowl. Allen mentored three all-conference selections and the American Athletic Conference’s top scoring defense (19.6 points per game in league play).

He also enjoyed a very successful three year run at Ole Miss (2012-14), where he was the linebackers and special teams coordinator. The defensive turnaround was monumental – the Rebels went from the SEC’s worst statistical defense in 2011 to the nation’s best in 2014.

In 2014, the Rebels went 9-3 and were ranked as high as No. 3 in the AP poll. That 2014 squad led the nation in scoring defense (13.8) and allowed a national low 18 touchdowns. Ole Miss topped the SEC in five categories and ranked in the top 20 nationally in 11, including 10th in red zone defense, 11th in tackles for loss (7.5), 12th in turnovers gained (28), 13th in total defense (321.2) and 13th in defensive touchdowns scored (4).

While Allen has enjoyed tremendous success in two of college football’s best conferences, he also has strong ties to the state of Indiana. He served as head coach at Ben Davis High School (2004-06), defensive coordinator at Ben Davis (1998-03) and Marion High School (1997), and earned his master’s degree at IU (2002). His first collegiate coaching stop, meanwhile, was at Wabash College, where as secondary coach and special teams coordinator the team won the NCAC championship and advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II playoffs.

Tom and his wife, Tracy, have three children, Hannah (19), Thomas (18) and Brittney (16).



    (for rising grades 9-12)

    Players entering grades 9-12 can get an inside look at our practice routine and be taught by Coach Allen and his staff. This offers young athletes the opportunity to be trained and instructed by our coaches, where they will go through offensive and defensive positional drills and have one-on-one competitions with fellow campers. Helmets and shoulder pads if your state permits you to bring them. Registration: 2-4 p.m. Camp starts at 4.

    SPECIALISTS Clinic, June 1, 2019- REGISTER NOW!

    (for rising grades 9-12)

    In today's game, we have found that the outcome is often dictated by the detailed work and fundamentals of special teams players. Come enhanced your classroom knowledge and your overall fundamental development during the sessions of this camp. Registration from 9-10 a.m.

    7-on-7 Camp, June 8, 2019 - REGISTRATION COMING SOON!

    (for rising grades 9-12)

    Come experience great competitive play on the Indiana practice and game fields against some of the nation's best. The day will start with a developmental skill session from Coach Allen and his staff. This camp will be limited to 24 teams and will feature games of pool play, then on to the competitive elimination rounds until the champion is crowned. Be certain to bring helmets, mouthpieces and cleats for the workouts. *This team clinic will not count against the 12 activity days of the IHSAA member schools* Before registering for this camp, please confirm with your high school coach that your team is attending the camp. Registration from 9-10 a.m.

    Team One-Day Camps - June 11, 12 or JUNE 13, 2019 - REGISTER NOW!

    (for Varsity and JV teams grades 9-12)

    Teams are invited to spend a day in Bloomington learning from Coach Allen and his staff. Teams will receive coaching and fundamental instruction from our football staff, then break into groups to play games against evenly matching opponents. Varsity and JV teams invited. Helmets and shoulder pads if your state permits you to bring them. Before registering for this camp, please confirm with your high school coach that your team is attending this camp. Registration: 9-10 a.m. Large Schools will be welcomed June 11 or 13, while small schools are invited June 12.



    Memorial Stadium is the home of Indiana Football. With the completion of the North End Zone Student-Athlete Development Center, it is the epicenter for IU Athletics and a source of pride for all students, alumni and Hoosier fans.

    With its two bold towers and expansive seating bowl, this 138,000 square-foot, multi-purpose facility has already become a visible landmark on the IU Bloomington campus. As the new headquarters of Indiana Football, it also serves to represent a commitment to elevating IU Football with training facilities, staff and administrative offices, position meeting rooms, a team auditorium and an underground walkway to the practice fields.



    Athletic trainers are on duty 24 hours a day. They will provide immediate medical attention to anyone who is injured or becomes ill, and will attend to general athletic training needs. The Bloomington Hospital and IU Health Center are both located within 10 minutes of the camp facilities.


    The camp director reserves the right to dismiss anyone for any violations during camp. Tuition will not be refunded for any voluntary withdrawal or expulsion from Indiana Football Camp.


    For transportation from the Indianapolis Airport, contact 1-800-589-6004 or 812-332-6004. We do not provide transportation from the Indianapolis Airport.