The Triple Crown drought has ended, but the sports gods have unfinished business in Indiana.
There might be another Samardzija or Richard in our midst.
This is not where you come to find such groundbreaking inventions as the lightbulb, or combustion engine, or Sleep Number mattress. But the universe changes at the ballpark, too, and Indiana has midwifed its share of innovations.
Josh Speidel’s recovery from a serious car accident has been both gut-wrenching and joyful.
Since when do these words bring moral certainty and swift punishment: “More probable than not?”
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway isn’t older than the Civil War, but it suffered from one.
Expectations will be high in Bloomington next time the Hoosiers hit the hardwood.
In Celtics green or Butler blue, preparation and humility lead to same positive results.
There he was the other day at Victory Field in a Brooklyn cap and Dodger sweater.
Emergency meeting started response to crisis that tournament organizers could not have foreseen.
For those who lose the NCAA title game, healing can take years … or forever.
The Final Four is so close, you can almost hear the trombones in the pep bands. Look around downtown.
Damon Bailey’s Bedford North Lawrence team drew 41,000 fans to finals, a feat unlikely to be repeated.
Players and coaches cherish tournament highlights in Indy, including Butler’s run in ‘10.
The NCAA lists the Horizon League and IUPUI as official hosts. Indiana Sports Corp. does most of the legwork, and the NCAA signs all the checks, so just what do you do if you’re the official Final Four host?
Alex Barlow, the “Guy Who Beat No. 1 Indiana,” is more than a one-shot wonder.
It’s the sled dog days of winter in Indianapolis, but that doesn’t mean sports have stopped.
IU took down Smith’s top-ranked North Carolina team in the ’84 tournament, but Dan Dakich dwells on the game that came next.
Others have more Lombardi trophies, but here are 31 reasons why it’s better to be a Colts fan.