Sentiment – Sadness

HOUSTON-The Indianapolis Colts tied the Houston Texans on Sunday 20-20. That marks the ninth straight season that the Colts have failed to win a regular season opener. That is the longest active streak in the NFL and tied for second-longest in league history. After trailing 20-3, the Colts nearly rallied to win. They got a […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 final home football game at Ben Davis High School will be played in the afternoon instead of the evening, said Wayne Township Schools on Thursday. The game was scheduled to be played at 7 pm on October 15. It has been moved to 3 pm. “During our school district’s debriefing session after the events […]

WESTFIELD, Ind.–Indianapolis Colts quarterback Carson Wentz will have surgery on his injured foot. It is a procedure that will keep him out for several weeks. That announcement was made by Colts Head Coach Frank Reich in a news conference Monday morning. Wentz is scheduled to have surgery at 4 pm Monday. He thinks the timeline […]

INDIANAPOLIS–The Indianapolis Colts have a 60% coronavirus vaccination rate, which is 31st in the NFL (second-worst). On Tuesday at training camp, some Colts players shared their thoughts on getting vaccinated. Colts defensive tackle DeForest Buckner contracted coronavirus last year and he said that played a factor in his decision to get vaccinated. “Last season when […]

AUSTIN, Tx.–University of Texas linebacker Jake Ehlinger was found dead Thursday, according to police in Austin. Jake Ehlinger was the younger brother of Quarterback Sam Ehlinger. Sam was drafted in the 6th round of the NFL draft last month by the Indianapolis Colts. The Austin Police Department said it received a call at 12:18 p.m. […]

INDIANAPOLIS–Frustration boiled over on the Indiana Pacers bench Wednesday night when they lost to the Sacramento Kings 104-93. Pacers assistant coach Greg Foster got into an argument with Pacers center Goga Bitadze. Both Bitadze and Foster had to be separated by players and coaches. “They both want what’s best for the team. It just didn’t […]