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INDIANAPOLIS–The Indianapolis Colts have fired offensive coordinator Marcus Brady. “This was an incredibly hard decision, but one I felt needed to be made in the best interest of the team,” head coach Frank Reich said in a statement. “I appreciate Marcus’s commitment to the organization, and he made a significant contribution to our offensive success […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The last time Indiana and Kentucky faced each other on the hardwood during the regular season was in 2011 when the Hoosiers did the unthinkable and upset the #1 ranked Wildcats at Assembly Hall on a buzzer-beating shot from Christian Watford. No one knew then that it would be 14 years until […]

AUSTIN, Texas. — The United State Grand Prix is next on the docket for Formula One on October 23rd. With the World Championship locked up by Max Verstappen of Red Bull, F1 teams are now on cruise control to the end of the season. It’s the perfect time for many teams to try out younger and […]

BLOOMINGTON, Ind.–The Indiana University football program has fired its offensive line coach and run game coordinator Darren Hiller. “I want to thank Darren for his efforts and dedication to our football program. He represented IU in a first-class manner, but I believe it is time for a new voice to lead the offensive line room,” […]

INDIANAPOLIS — After three months of uncertainty over his future in auto racing, Alex Palou has signed a deal to stay with Chip Ganassi racing for the 2023 NTT IndyCar Series season. The agreement will allow Palou to maintain a relationship with McLaren Racing in that he can test with McLaren’s F1 team as long […]

MONTERREY, Calif. — Will Power entered Sunday’s Firestone Grand Prix of Monterrey starting on pole, passing Mario Andretti for the most pole position starts in IndyCar history with 68. Power would exit Laguna Seca as the IndyCar Series champion as well. Despite a prolific and memorable charge from fellow Penske teammate Josef Newgarden, who started […]

PORTLAND, Ore. — Scott McLaughlin led nearly every lap en route to a crucial win in the IndyCar Portland Grand Prix on Sunday. “Just really had the concentrate,” McLaughlin said. “The team got the job done in the pits. We got the win, got max points.” McLaughlin started on the pole and needs a win […]

KANSAS CITY, Mo.–Hall of Fame quarterback and broadcaster Len Dawson died Wednesday. Before Dawson started his pro career in the NFL, he played college football at Purdue University. As a sophomore in 1954, he was the NCAA’s leader in pass efficiency while also playing defense and serving as the team’s kicker. Among the many people […]

WILLIAMSPORT, Penn. — The magic run is over for the Hagerstown Little League baseball team. Representing Indiana in the Little League World Series, the Hoosier team came up short to Pennsylvania Tuesday afternoon falling 10-0. It was Hagerstown’s second loss in the double-elimination tournament. Indiana had beaten Iowa to open the tournament, but lost to […]

MADISON, Ill. — Once again the rain provided IndyCar fans with a wild finish this season as Josef Newgarden’s bold decision to pit for the rain instead of the race distance paid off. Newgarden survived a late push by his teammate Scott McLaughlin and rookie driver David Malukas in the last 30 laps of the […]