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(INDIANAPOLIS, IN.) – The Indiana Pacers (33-25) win their third consecutive game with a commanding 133-111 victory over the Dallas Mavericks (33-24). With the win, Indiana ends the seven-game winning streak for the Mavericks.

[Ann Arbor, MI]- Third ranked Purdue survived another slow start in Ann Arbor Sunday. The Boilermakers ended their month of February with an 84-76 win over the Michigan Wolverines. The win did not come without it’s struggles though. Purdue gave up a 5-0 run to start the game, lasting just under two and a half […]

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INDIANAPOLIS — The IHSAA Girls Basketball State Finals took place yesterday inside of Gainbridge Fieldhouse. Among the winners of the 4A State Championship were Lawrence Central who defeated Lake Central by a score of 55 – 28 in order to take home their first state championship. The game started out in Lake Central’s favor as […] The post Lawrence Central Girls Basketball Wins First State Championship appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

NEWARK, N.J. — It had all the makings of what amounted to a game in which the winner would be assured an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. In the end, it would be Seton Hall staking a stronger claim to an at-large bid as they took advantage of inconsistent play from Butler en route […] The post At-Large Hopes Slip Further Away As Butler Falls To Seton Hall appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA.–The Indiana Hoosier men’s basketball team lost their fourth consecutive game on Saturday to the Penn State Nittany Lions 83-74. Penn State completes the season sweep over Indiana because they also beat Indiana at Assembly Hall on February 3rd 85-71. Penn State has also won four straight games over Indiana. Two of the […] The post Penn State Uses Three-Point Shooting, Free Throws to Power Past Indiana appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.

Updates on the Indiana legislature, Ducks Unlimited and outdoor writer Brandon Butler.

Meet Daniel Jacobsen, Purdue Men’s Basketball Next 7 Footer The Purdue Men’s Basketball program has a rich history of featuring 7-footers, which has become a defining characteristic of their team. From Joe Barry Carroll back in the day to Zach Edey today, the Boilermakers have established themselves as a “Big Man U” in college basketball. […]

African American Athletes That Pushed The Envelope Through The Years Many black athletes that were firsts have become trailblazers in the world of sports through their incredible talent, perseverance, and the breaking of racial barriers. While overcoming discrimination and adversity, black athletes have achieved remarkable success in various sports. They have inspired generations by paving […]

[Bloomington, IN]- A big night in women’s college hoops took place in Bloomington Thursday night. #14 IU hosted the fourth ranked Iowa Hawkeyes in a crowd looking to see Caitlin Clark continue her prowess on the floor. The Hoosiers had another plan. Indiana fought Clark defensively, holding her to eight of twenty-six from the field […]

STATEHOUSE — With time starting to wain on getting bills passed and to the governor’s desk, lawmakers in the House are fast-tracking a bill that Republicans say will bolster protections for students and faculty to speak freely on college campuses. They can already do that thanks to the First Amendment, but the GOP wants to […] The post Democrats On Intellectual Diversity Bill: “Colleges Are Not Indoctrinating Students” appeared first on WIBC 93.1 FM.