ROSEMONT, Ill.–The Big Ten Conference will allow a limited number of fans at this year’s Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament. The tournament will be March 10-14 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. A limited capacity of 8,000 attendees was decided by the Big Ten Conference Directors of Athletics and the Council of President and Chancellors […]

INDIANAPOLIS–In his postseason press conference Monday morning, Indiana Pacers President of Basketball Operations Kevin Pritchard discussed the firing of Nate McMillan, looking ahead to the future, and what he’s looking for in his next head coach. McMillan was given a contract extension on August 12. On August 26, McMillan was fired after the Pacers were […]

The Big Ten’s ultimate decision to postpone the 2020-21 college football season didn’t come as a huge surprise to many. It did, however, seem rather premature considering the circumstances. Just last week, the conference released a revised 10-game schedule with two bye weeks that would allow some flexibility in case players tested positive for Covid-19. […]

The Mid-American Conference has postponed all scheduled fall contests, including the MAC championships, because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Is it really a ‘spectacle’ if nobody is there to see it? This is one of the many odd questions 2020 has forced race fans to ask themselves. We now know that this year’s ‘Greatest Spectacle in Racing’ will be run on August 23rd without fans in attendance. IMS President Doug Boles visited The Ride […]

As the calendar turns to August, one of the only things college football fans across the country would be able to tell you about the upcoming 2020 season is that they have no idea what it will look like, or if it will happen at all. That’s a problem. An even bigger issue is that […]

If the Indiana Pacers want to bring back the Larry O’Brien Trophy to the city of Indianapolis, they’ll have to do it without their most consistent big man. Plantar fasciitis has forced forward Domantas Sabonis to exit the NBA bubble in Orlando and seek treatment in Los Angeles. Sabonis’ injury leaves a significant void in […]

When the Colts signed quarterback Philip Rivers to a one-year, $25 million contract this offseason, people took notice. The move spelled the end for Jacoby Brissett as a starter, reunited Rivers with his former offensive coordinator, Frank Reich, and signaled a shift in GM Chris Ballard’s philosophy. It’s ‘win now’ mode in Indianapolis. Now that […]

“I truly feel in my heart that we are ultimately taking a step in the right direction and we’re gonna bring about real change.” – Michael Grady The senseless killing of George Floyd by four (now former) Minneapolis police officers has sparked outrage throughout our nation. Even people in other countries are making their voices […]

The Kentucky Wildcats and Notre Dame Fighting Irish are set to square off on the college hoops hardwood later this year. The two schools reached a three-year agreement on Thursday that includes this season’s December 12th game at Rupp Arena, a neutral site contest in 2021, and a 2022 duel in South Bend. John Calipari’s […]