Going into the NCAA Tournament, there was cautious optimism for both the Indiana Hoosiers and the Purdue Boilermakers.  Purdue entered the tournament having won the Big Ten Tournament, albeit in a game against Penn State that they almost let slip away. The Hoosiers, meanwhile, were the only team to beat the top-seeded Boilermakers twice during […]

00:00 – 4:12 – Greg Rakestraw opens the show by looking at player moves made by the Indy Eleven! He also looks at the teams debut, as well as looks ahead to what’s to come during the rest of the show!  7:12 – 16:21 – Greg is joined by Indy Eleven goalkeeper Yannik Oettl! They […]

An update from Guns Magazine Editor Brent Wheat, catch up with CeeDub on his new book and Outdoor Youth Exploration Academy.

This season has been full of ups and downs for the Indiana Pacers.  What began with many picking them to be a sure-fire lottery team, transformed in December when the team began ripping off wins over some of the better teams in the league. However, when All-Star Tyrese Haliburton went down with an injury in […]

The NCAA Tournament has finally begun, as the first games in the Round of 64 got underway.  For the Indiana Hoosiers and the Purdue Boilermakers, they will begin their runs on March 17th. The Boilermakers, a #3 seed, are primed to take on Farleigh Dickinson at 6:50 pm after the latter won their play in […]

On Friday night, the Indiana Hoosiers take on the Mid-American Conference tournament champions Kent State Golden Flashes. Former assistant coach at IU underneath Kelvin Sampson from 2006-2008 is in his twelfth season at the helm of program. His team will enter Friday night’s contest 28-6 with losses to Charleston (74-72), Houston (49-44), Gonzaga (73-66), Northern […]

In the wake of the news that the Indianapolis Colts have traded former All-Pro cornerback Stephon Gilmore to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for a 5th round pick, the reality of the Colts situation appears to have set in.  The move, mainly designed to free up some cap space, signals that the Colts realize they […]

Kent State is headed into a matchup with the Indiana Hoosiers in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament and head coach Rob Senderoff is very familiar with his opponent.  Senderoff spent time with the Hoosiers as an assistant from 2006-2008.  Senderoff along with then IU coach Kelvin Sampson resigned in 2007 following a recruiting […]

Tonight, on Trackside with Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin, they start the show by highlighting some racing news that they didn’t touch on during last week’s show, put the rookie drivers under a microscope to look at how they performed in their first race along with what they think their futures can be, share their […]

The Purdue Boilermakers don’t exactly have a sparkling history when it comes to the NCAA Tournament.   They have only ever made it to the Final Four twice; once in 1969 when they were the tournament runner-up, and again in 1980. The Boilermakers have only advanced to the Elite Eight once since 2000, back in […]