STATEWIDE–The Indiana High School Athletic Association is dealing with a baseball umpire shortage, which has led to lots of games being either postponed or canceled in 2021. There are several reasons for that. “The average age of our officials is 56 years old. You couple that with the COVID-19 situation and the concerns of those […]

SAN ANTONIO–The Indiana University women’s basketball team saw their historic season come to an end Monday night with a loss to the Arizona Wildcats in the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight. Arizona clamped down on the Hoosiers to beat IU 66-53 from the Alamodome in San Antonio. Indiana went 0-for-9 from 3-point range and scored just […]

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–Indiana Pacers forward Myles Turner has grown accustomed to receiving trash talk from fans through social media, but a new experience created an exchange that led to him donating money to help people struggling with the recent winter storm in Texas. After the Pacers lost in overtime to the Chicago Bulls on Feb. 15 120-112, […]

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Google says NASCAR driver Ryan Newman was the most-searched-for athlete of 2020. The South Bend native was in the national spotlight after surviving a horrific crash on the final lap of the Daytona 500 in February. The 43-year-old driver was hospitalized with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. Google says search rates soared […]

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — One of the loudest arenas in all of college basketball will remain silent. While Butler University announced they will allow up to 25% capacity inside Hinkle Fieldhouse this basketball season, Purdue University has announced that games inside Mackey Arena will start the basketball season with zero fans in attendance. The first […]

As the Indianapolis Colts prepare for their Week 1 contest in Jacksonville, big questions still remain about the team some believe could contend for a Lombardi Trophy. Was Rodrigo Blankenship really the best choice at kicker? What will the offense look like with Philip Rivers calling the shots? Is the Colts o-line prepared to handle […]

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 NFL opt-out deadline has come and gone, and 67 players have decided not to participate in the upcoming season amid concerns related to Covid-19. Among the opt-outs are Colts cornerback Marvell Tell, linebacker Skai Moore, and safety Rolan Milligan. Kevin Bowen stopped by The Fan Morning Show with Jeff & Big Joe for his […]

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 […]