The BK Lounge

Considering that the Indianapolis Colts have now had three different starting quarterbacks in my three years of writing about the team, I’ve come to realize that signing or trading for a new quarterback is a lot like getting a new cell phone. The phone itself is an exciting purchase. You’ve heard all about what the […]

You’re going to see a lot of Colts #2 jerseys with duct tape on the back of them at Lucas Oil Stadium this year. That’s not necessarily a bad thing either. Out with the old, in with the new. Today is a good day. Matt Ryan is an Indianapolis Colt. Are people about to start […]

In my best Jim Nantz voice, Hello Friends. Ahh, how nice it is to hear this again. That theme should be everybody’s alarm clock for the next month straight. Just listening to that takes your mind back to sitting on a couch for four straight days while Kevin Harlan and Reggie Miller talk to you […]

Day 99 of the Major League Baseball lockout was the final straw. At last, we’ve got ourselves a deal. At times, the last four or five months felt like a never ending game of Plinko on The Price is Right. Negotiations winding and weaving through the big board looking like we may hit the jackpot, […]

The last 48 hours on the NFL quarterback carousel has been bananas. Aaron Rodgers contract drama between Pat McAfee and Ian Rapoport, Russell Wilson to the AFC and the Denver Broncos, and now, it’s a little closer to home. Carson Wentz is a Washington Commander. Not only back in the NFC East, but there will […]

Somehow, someway, after David Bell’s supreme 2021 season with the Purdue Boilermakers, it seems as though his name is falling on NFL Draft boards. At the NFL Combine last week, Bell was joined alongside wide receiver talents such as John Metchie, Jameson Williams, Chris Olave, and Treylon Burks. Because the Combine was in Indy, there […]

I will not be taking any questions at this time on the farmer’s tan that I acquired at the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. It’s bad. But thankfully, the racing was spectacular. By the way, I finished Sunday with 22,500 steps taken and 10.5 miles covered. You think the NFL Combine will take a […]

As cool as it was to have the entirety of the 2021 NCAA Tournament held in Indianapolis, it ended up being pretty predictable. UCLA’s run to the Final Four was something to watch. They climbed all the way from the First Four to get there, but finishing with Baylor and Gonzaga dueling it out for […]

Don’t look now, but the Butler Bulldogs have won four of their last seven games. By no means is that normally something to brag about for Butler. However, this year it is. Anyone at Hinkle Fieldhouse, whether that’s a player, coach, administrator, broadcaster or fan will tell you that the last two years of Bulldog […]

Why does Frank Reich seem to be getting a pass after the disastrous ending for the Colts this year? Plenty of people are going after Chris Ballard for not supplying the roster with enough help at skill positions to give Jonathan Taylor a safety net. The Colts already fired their defensive line coach, got a […]