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Jim Irsay smacks down idea of Rush Limbaugh as NFL team owner

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said today that there's no place for Rush Limbaugh among the ranks of Nationsl Football League team owners.
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New NASCAR start times pose difficult dilemma for IRL

New NASCAR start times may cause Indy Racing League to choose between pleasing its TV partner or local promoters.
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Painter's realistic approach turns Purdue into power

Basketball Coach Matt Painter says Purdue may not be "sexy," but adds that the blue collar approach is getting it done in West Lafayette.
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Drag racer John Force driven by Dunkin Donuts

John Force is pleased to be growing his Brownsburg facility. He said central Indiana has everything a National Hot Rod Association team could want. But nothing makes him happier than the new Dunkin Donuts there.
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Indy Racing League TV ratings skidding toward season's end

Indy Racing League television ratings on cable channel Versus dipped below average at Japan race. Now open-wheel series' new TV partner is picking up NASCAR programming. So what gives?
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Glass cuts staff in Indiana University athletics department

New IU Athletics Director Fred Glass has cut his senior staff by one-third and taken on oversight of the school's football program personally.
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Air-conditioned shoulder pads help Colts' Manning beat heat

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning beat the heat in Miami Monday night using a new cutting-edge air-conditioned shoulder pad system. Manning's endorsement of the product could send sales sky high.
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Herb Simon takes over sole ownership of Pacers

In the wake of Mel Simon's death, Indiana Pacers' future is in the firm grip of younger brother Herb, who now has sole ownership of the team.
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Coach Knight still weighing IU Hall of Fame invitation

No news is good news. Well, in the case of Indiana University's invitation for former basketball coach Bob Knight to return to Bloomington it is. It means he hasn't dismissed the invitation out of hand.
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Domestic automakers slash area jobs:

Turmoil in the domestic auto industry cast uncertainty over thousands of central Indiana jobs in 2006. Ford Motor Co.'s 2,000-worker east-side Indianapolis plant will close or be sold by the end of 2008, according to a plan the automaker unveiled in September. The plant, which makes steering components, is part of Ford's Automotive Components Holdings LLC unit, which includes 23 troubled plants that used to be part of Visteon Corp., a Ford spin-off. Business at the International Truck & Engine...
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