The fact that any NFL roster can undergo dramatic changes – for better or worse – through both free agency and the draft makes the NFL offseason one of the most intriguing “dead times” in sports. With big change comes big speculation as to how things will go when football resumes. Take the Indianapolis Colts, […]

From South Bend Adams High School to Ball State University to the Indianapolis Colts, Danny Pinter is a Hoosier athlete through and through. Pinter is no stranger to the Lucas Oil Stadium turf, as his Ball State Cardinals battled the Indiana Hoosiers just last fall in the Ruoff Kickoff Classic. Now he’ll be suiting up […]

One of the NFL Draft’s biggest night one stunners was the Green Bay Packers’ selection of Utah State quarterback Jordan Love at pick 26, after trading up four spots from 30th overall with Miami. The Dolphins also received a 4th round selection from Green Bay in the transaction. There have been rumors for a while […]

It’s been more than a month since the Indiana Pacers took the floor at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in a 114-111 defeat to the Boston Celtics. Victor Oladipo led Indiana back from a double-digit fourth quarter deficit, scoring 12 points in the final six minutes. The Fieldhouse was rocking as Oladipo willed the Pacers to a […]

The AFC South remains one of the NFL’s most wide-open divisions heading into the 2020-21 season. The division has been decided by exactly one game in every year since 2015 (tiebreaker in 2016-17 between Houston and Tennessee). Huge offseason moves have been the story thus far, including the Colts’ trade for DeForest Buckner and the […]

“There was just no more room in my belly.” Less than 24 hours after failing to complete the McDonald’s Challenge, Big Joe Staysniak reflected on his performance on Wednesday’s Fan Morning Show with Jeff & Big Joe. So what is the McDonald’s Challenge? Many variations exist, but Joe attempted to consume: 4 Double Quarter Pounders […]

Every sports fan loves to argue about who they think is the best ever. Enter the latest Twitter poll: Who is the greatest college basketball player of all-time? A 64-person bracket was created by SportsCenter to try and answer that question. It turned into more of a popularity contest; Michael Jordan and Larry Bird made […]

COVID-19 may have put a halt to springtime college athletics, but it hasn’t stopped criticism regarding a potential one-time transfer rule proposed by the NCAA. The new rule, which will be voted on in June, would afford student athletes the opportunity to transfer schools one time with immediate eligibility. Any additional transfers would be subject […]

  Title photo by Icon Sportswire / Getty Images The year is 2020. Flying cars are not yet mainstream, neither is time travel. Bob Knight returned to Assembly Hall last weekend. The Cubs have gone 3+ years without a World Series title. Slackers, I know. Never seen a longer drought in my life.   And […]

Title photo by Michael Hickey / Getty Images  |  All odds courtesy of  Hoosiers and Boilermakers hate each other. Like Blue Devils hate Tar Heels. Like the Saints hate Bill Vinovich. Or like Kyle Shanahan hates logical play calling in the fourth quarter. Went there. IU and Purdue take physical Big 10 basketball to […]