The new wave always reflects the hope of spring, so best to get to know the fresh faces, and not just for their statistics or 40 times or spot on the depth chart.
The next time your child or grandchild has a game canceled because there are no officials or umpires—and that’s beginning to happen more and more—remember “Mother of the Year” from Mississippi.
You could go down the lineup the other night and find all manners of unique journeys to Victory Field.
His story is so Butlerish. Played there, coached there, met his wife in Hinkle Fieldhouse, sent his daughters to Butler, has been a season ticket holder. “The Butler Way” phrase was his idea, and he should have trademarked it, like the boxing announcer did “Let’s get ready to rumble!”
It has been quite the frantic month on Pennsylvania Street. When it comes to high school or college, try 40 games in 29 days. How many fools out there would be obsessed enough to have seen 38 of them?
A year later, I still remember the look on the Oklahoma player’s face as they hustled him out a back door at the hotel, hoping no one would notice. A van to whisk him out of town was waiting, and here he came, in a full mask and nearly a hazmat suit. What a way […]
After what’s happened to the Colts, to IU football, to the Pacers, to Butler basketball … well, you’d think the 16th state admitted to the Union is due.
Memories. Chesterton is certainly stacking those up this season.
It is 20 years now since Indiana showed up in the national championship game.
Forty-four schools in Division I basketball this season are coached by former players, and central Indiana has somehow ended up the epicenter of the trend. Nine percent of those 44 are here
Georgia’s 33-18 victory over Alabama in the College Football Playoff National Championship had to mean so much to Bulldogs everywhere, even Butler’s Blue was probably cheering.
This is your cue, Lucas Oil Stadium. You’re on again. This time for the College Football Playoff National Championship.
You might be barely a teenager, but you’ve seen a lot.
Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl, Wisconsin at Purdue and Ohio State at Indiana are among the choice matchups in the first day of January. Oh, and the College Football Playoff Championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Only two No. 1 teams in the final Associated Press poll in the past 25 NCAA Tournaments have ended up national champions—Kentucky in 2012 and Duke in 2001. Only four of the past 12 even advanced to the Final Four.
The Old Oaken Bucket rivalry will be rekindled this year, and in Indiana’s case, it will be one last chance to find shelter from the Category 5 hurricane this season has become.
Gaze around the state of Indiana landscape in Division I basketball. Find the one and only program voted to win its league this season.
The first rankings from the College Football Playoff committee had the contenders lined up, so now we look at the top names and try to figure out why each would be a good fit for the championship Indy in January.