Sentiment-Anger

“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 […]

Daniel Jones. Ryan Tannehill. Kirk Cousins. Joe Burrow. Drew Lock. Gardner Minshew. What do the above NFL quarterbacks all have in common? They are right-handed. They are starters on average or below average teams. And… “They are all ranked above Philip Rivers in ESPN’s latest fantasy football draft [projections],” Jeff Rickard told Big Joe on […]

The dominoes continue to fall in West Lafayette as a second player from Matt Painter’s 2019-20 Purdue squad entered college basketball’s transfer portal on Tuesday. This time it was Nojel Eastern. Highly regarded for his on-ball defensive ability, the guard/forward hybrid will pursue other options for his senior season of eligibility. Eastern follows in the […]

The highly anticipated release of the 2020 NFL schedule took place Thursday evening, and it left Colts fans feeling robbed yet again. That’s now five seasons in a row without a Sunday or Monday night game in Indianapolis. Kevin Bowen made sense of the frustration on Friday’s Fan Morning Show with Jeff & Big Joe: […]

Peyton Manning’s #18 bronze statue stands proudly outside the north entrance of Lucas Oil Stadium. Manning was the crown jewel of the Colts franchise for over a decade, leading the team to a Super Bowl victory in 2007. But what about that NBA team down the street? Surely someone deserves to have their likeness displayed […]

For the first time in 14 years, kicker Adam Vinatieri may not be wearing Colts colors on Sundays. The 47-year-old, 4-time Super Bowl champion is hopeful that he can return to a significant placekicking role in the NFL by fall. Whether that’s in Indianapolis or elsewhere remains the question. When asked whether Vinatieri would attempt […]

The Coronavirus pandemic has forced us all to consider what life will be like over the next few months as we adapt to a new normal. The NCAA is no exception to this forward thinking. The president of the NCAA, Mark Emmert, expressed in a press conference that: “If a school is still closed down, […]

Yesterday, the Indianapolis Colts agreed to terms with former Eagles and Bears tight end, Trey Burton. The move comes just one day ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft in an effort to bolster one of the key areas of need on the roster. Jeff Dickerson, Bears reporter for ESPN 1000 in Chicago, didn’t have many […]

Steven King | Getty Images Indiana basketball’s struggles continued over the weekend after they got blown out by Michigan in Ann Arbor 89 – 65.  The loss came a few days after the Hoosiers rebounded in a much-needed way at Assembly Hall against 20th ranked Iowa. That was at home.  It’s been a totally different […]