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Illinois is the latest state to attempt to remove former President Donald Trump from their primary ballot. An ‘advocacy’ group in Illinois, Free Speech For People, has spearheaded the state’s disqualification effort of Trump. They claim that the former president violated the anti-insurrection clause in the U.S Constitution. The group has already tried to remove […]

Hunter Biden testified in front of the House Oversight members behind closed doors today on Capitol Hill. In Hunter’s opening statement, he wasted no time trying to clear his father, President Joe Biden’s name. He told the House Republicans “I did not involve my father in my business. You have built your entire partisan house […]

Matt Miller is one of ESPN's lead draft analysts, and he had plenty of thoughts on what the Indianapolis Colts could do with the No. 15 overall pick in April. The post What ESPN’s Matt Miller thinks the Colts should do in the NFL Draft appeared first on 93.5 / 107.5 The Fan.

Short-term: The Pacers are seventh in the East as they wrap up February and face a daunting March schedule, with 10 of 15 games on the road. Given their focus on reaching the playoffs for the first time since the 2020 bubble — and the first time since Tyrese Haliburton arrived — every game counts. Long-term: Indiana’s […] The post Short-Term & Long-Term Importance For The Indiana Pacers appeared first on 93.5 / 107.5 The Fan.

The Indiana Hoosiers have only a few games remaining in what has been a tough season.   The team is on a 4-game losing streak, including Saturday’s 83-74 loss to Penn State, and has only won 2 out of the last 10 games. With a record of 14-13, really the only thing left for the […] The post Former Hoosier Brian Evans On IU’S Continued Struggles appeared first on 93.5 / 107.5 The Fan.

The NFL has descended on Indianapolis this week with tons of interesting storylines emerging from around the league. What’s true about the Caleb Williams scuttle, which players can make the most money this week, how deep is this WR class, and so much more. So what about the Colts? Below are a few storylines we […] The post Colts Combine Thoughts Abound appeared first on 93.5 / 107.5 The Fan.

It’s that time again where the NFL world descends on Indianapolis for the week.  Every GM and head coach in the league is fighting over reservations at St. Elmo’s and Prime 47 while also trying to take in a Pacers game or two when they aren’t interviewing prospects that could change the trajectory of their […] The post NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah Talks Combine & Colts Targets appeared first on 93.5 / 107.5 The Fan.

Florida: the state of sunshine, oranges, DeSantis, alligators, iconic news headlines and now the most American athletic showdown in history. The Florida Man Games kicked off this weekend in St. Augustine and drew a huge crowd, for a good reason! The fun-bizarre-wild competition featured games based off of the crazy stories that have come out […]

The Indianapolis Police Department is down 350 officers. Fraternal Order of Police President, Lodge 86 Rick Snyder says IMPD is losing more officers than they can hire. Counties surrounding Indy are close to, if not fully staffed, so why is the IMPD specifically struggling to keep officers? Snyder told Hammer and Nigel that the doughnut […]

The Indianapolis Colts enter the NFL Offseason with plenty of areas that need addressing.  First and foremost, there is the wide receiver room. Michael Pittman Jr figures to return to the team, either on the franchise tag or a long-term extension, while Josh Downs showed plenty of promise in his first year of action. Beyond […] The post Who Might The Colts Target In NFL Draft? appeared first on 93.5 / 107.5 The Fan.