Veteran columnist moving on after a dozen years offering sports commentary for IBJ.
Butler’s new coach is smooth under pressure, a quality he’ll need in his dream job.
The Colts-Broncos game lived up to the circus that led up to it.
It won’t be easy to watch our franchise quarterback under center for the Broncos.
Hamilton County town pursuing young athletes who arrive with families in tow.
Venues mean something. More than bricks and steel and concrete, if done right, they ooze character and provide a sense of special place.
It’s time Washington, and a certain IPS school for that matter, catches up with the rest of society.
The pressure to cheat starts with the schools themselves and their demanding fans.
It’s hard to imagine topping Indy’s hosting of the 2012 Super Bowl, but it can be done.
Horseshoes and their young quarterback will prove the prognosticators wrong once again.
The game could suffer under the weight of its popularity and financial might.
It’s not fair that season ticket holders pay regular-season prices for the games that don’t count.
Sports won’t solve all of the city’s problems, but sports can help on many fronts.
Sitting atop a 1,000-foot hill overlooking the town and offering vistas of 30 miles, the Dye course is a breathtaking emerald gem, the result of both the incredible topography and the mad genius of Indiana’s own Mr. Dye.
Big Ten Commissioner seeks more than TV ratings, full stadiums and Brinks trucks dumping their cargo on campuses from Lincoln to State College.
I leaf through the pages, uncovering gems, some that I’d forgotten and some that I never knew, even though I’m a lifelong Hoosier.
Just when you think nothing more can be said about Butler’s latest coaching departure …
The Vic, which opened in 1996, looks as nice as it did on opening night.
Serendipity and a Pacers legend put Ralph Reiff at the pinnacle of his profession.
The First Tee is making golf accessible to kids who will benefit from the game regardless of whether they ever make the tour.