Query & Company

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Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Shane Steichen has been a play caller in the NFL since 2019. One common denominator with the Los Angeles Chargers and Philadelphia Eagles was one featured tight end. Last season, he didn't have that luxury with the Colts.

Anthony Richardson's rookie season was cut short because of an A/C joint sprain in his right shoulder. He has resumed throwing within the last couple of weeks, but there is still a lot to be desired from the 21-year-old.

For the vast majority of this season, the Purdue Boilermakers have been the most dominant, consistent, and reliable team in college basketball. It has not been a fun season to be an Indiana Hoosier basketball fan. Nearly losing a non-conference game to Morehead State at home, guard play has been putrid, and have lost seven of their last nine games.

The All-Star break is over for the Indiana Pacers as they return to action tonight against the Detroit Pistons. Right now, Indiana is sixth in the Eastern Conference standings with 26 games left.

It's no secret that the tight end position for the Indianapolis Colts was a turnstile in 2023. Could that all be resolved this season if they select one of the most explosive tight ends in April? Potentially.

Starting tomorrow at 4pm eastern, all NFL teams will have the ability to place a franchise tag on a soon to be unrestricted free agent. For the Indianapolis Colts, Michael Pittman Jr. is a prime candidate for it.

All week long on Query & Company, we've had former Pacers on the program with the All-Star game returning to Indianapolis for the first time since 1985. Six-time NBA All-Star and fan favorite, Jermaine O'Neal joined the program.

In the mid 1990's it was no secret that the Indiana Pacers and New York Knicks did not like each other because of their constant playoff clashes. They met six times between 1993-2000 in the NBA Playoffs. Each team won three times, but it was Indiana winning four of the final six series.

The last time the NBA All-Star Game was played in Indianapolis was February 10th, 1985, at the Hoosier Dome. The MVP was not Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, or Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

At the trade deadline last season, the Indiana Pacers brought home the kid from Broad Ripple that dazzled at IUPUI. It was George Hill's second stint with the Pacers.