INDIANAPOLIS–The Chicago Bears are hiring Indianapolis Colts Defensive Coordinator Matt Eberflus to be their next Head Coach. ESPN’s Adam Schefter first reported the hiring just before 11 am Thursday. Eberflus had been the Colts’ defensive coordinator since 2018. Eberflus’s defenses have finished in the top 10 in scoring three times, including a 9th place finish […]

INDIANAPOLIS — At 41-years-old, Scott Dixon is the second oldest full-time driver in the NTT IndyCar Series. Helio Castroneves is now the oldest at 46 with his re-emergence in the series. As the defending IndyCar series champion a year ago, Dixon played more of a supporting role in 2021 to his young upstart teammate in […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Romain Grosjean showed last year that he can compete with some of the best the IndyCar has to offer a year ago, and he didn’t even compete in every race. The Formula One veteran ran just the road and street circuits in his rookie season with Dale Coyne with one oval race at […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Late last year, Andretti Autosport appeared to be in the closing stages of securing the purchase of the Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team, but in the eleventh hour, the deal fell through. Colton Herta was likely to be tapped as Andretti’s driver in Formula 21 had the deal come to fruition. At IndyCar […]

INDIANAPOLIS — This year’s NCAA Convention, held every year in Indianapolis, will take on more of a constitutional convention feel this year as leaders from all three NCAA divisions, member schools, and even student-athletes will discuss a variety of changes to college athletics moving forward. The convention will start this Wednesday, Jan. 19, and will […]

INDIANAPOLIS — Conor Daly has had a de facto full-time ride the last two years in the NTT IndyCar Series. Daly, who drivers for Ed Carpenter Racing, would run the oval tracks with Carlin Racing and the road/street courses with ECR. Daly will now be exclusively driving for ECR in the 2022 season, securing a […]

INDIANAPOLIS — There is a plan in place if COVID happens to interfere with teams being able to take the field for the College Football Playoff in January. City leaders and the host committee say they are still planning to host concerts and other events ahead of the big game that is supposed to happen […]

INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA took another step towards establishing a new constitution to govern college sports. The board of governors unanimously agreed Thursday to accept the final recommendations from the constitutional committee, which was tasked with proposing a new governance model. The new constitution would give each of the three NCAA divisions more freedom in […]

CHAMA, N.M. — Al Unser, the second man to win the Indianapolis 500 twice, has died. Unser had passed away at his home in Chama, New Mexico late Thursday evening. He was 82. Unser had been dealing on and off with cancer for the last 17 years. He was preceded in death by his brother, […]

PLAINFIELD, Ill. — The IndyCar driver carousel keeps turning as two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Takuma Sato has been signed to drive for Dale Coyne Racing full-time in 2022 IndyCar season. He will be driving the #51 car in a partnership with Rick Ware Racing. It’s the same seat given up by Romain Grosjean from last […]