Honoree planning to share with long list of thank-yous

At this juncture of his football coaching career, Mike Gillin has delivered 390 pregame pep talks and accrued 283 victories and an indefinite number of lives touched.

Credentials such as these warrant the type of recognition the evening of June 12 promises.

The Indian Creek High School head coach is among 10 people from central Indiana who will be inducted into the Indiana Football Hall of Fame.

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