KANSAS CITY, Mo.–Hall of Fame quarterback and broadcaster Len Dawson died Wednesday. Before Dawson started his pro career in the NFL, he played college football at Purdue University. As a sophomore in 1954, he was the NCAA’s leader in pass efficiency while also playing defense and serving as the team’s kicker. Among the many people […]

WESTFIELD, Ind.–Indianapolis Colts Owner Jim Irsay says it is time “to start a new era” in Indianapolis. At Colts training camp Wednesday, Irsay said he is thrilled that Colts General Manager Chris Ballard was able to get quarterback Matt Ryan to come to Indianapolis. “We have this strong feeling that when Ryan comes in that […]

LAS VEGAS–You might know competitive eater Joey Chestnut as the man who has won the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest 15 times. On Wednesday, he set another record. This one was for eating chicken fingers. Raising Cane’s opened up a new location in Las Vegas on Wednesday, July 27 (National Chicken Finger Day). They invited […]

SPEEDWAY, Ind.–This will be the largest-attended Indy 500 in the last 20 years outside of the 100th running, said Indianapolis Motor Speedway President Doug Boles on Thursday. Everything on the front straightaway for the Indianapolis 500 is sold out. Tickets still remain in the North Vista between Turns 3 and 4. There are also under […]

INDIANAPOLIS-The Indianapolis Indians open their 120th regular season Tuesday, April 5 at Victory Field in downtown Indianapolis. You can enjoy a pregame Bike to the Ballpark from Sun King’s downtown location to Victory Field. “For opening night, it’s also our 60-degree weather guarantee. We never know what that’s going to hold with early spring weather, […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The 112th IHSAA Boys Basketball State Finals will take place Saturday at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis. There are four games scheduled. Six of the eight teams in the field are in the State Finals for the first time (North Daviess, Providence, Central Noble, Beech Grove, Mishawaka Marian, and Chesterton). “That just brings a different […]

PORTLAND, Ore.–A player from the Portland Trail Blazers has been fined for his actions towards an Indiana Pacers fan Sunday night. NBA President of League Operations Byron Spruell announced that Trail Blazers Center Jusuf Nurkic was fined $40,000 for “confronting a fan courtside and grabbing the fan’s cell phone and throwing it into the spectator […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The Indiana Pacers are hanging on to shooting guard Lance Stephenson a little while longer. Stephenson is in his third stint with the Pacers. He signed a 10-day contract on January 1. The Pacers have chosen to give Stephenson a second 10-day contract. Per team policy, the terms of the deal have not been disclosed. […]

INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton has been selected by his teammates as the recipient of the 2021 Ed Block Courage Award. The award is an annual recognition for courageous play by an individual. Hilton is one of 32 National Football League players who earned the accolade.    “Thank you to my teammates for […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The Indianapolis Colts will try to do something on Saturday night that they have not done in 12 years…beat the New England Patriots. The last time they were victorious was in 2009. The Colts won that game 35-34. Since then, the Patriots have won eight straight in the series. Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton is […]