When the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum first released dolls commemorating IU’s men’s basketball titles, they sold in record time. The second run is planned to be much bigger.
It’s too early to pass judgment on men’s basketball coach Archie Miller, but that hasn’t stopped negative chatter on message boards after several disappointing performances. If it hasn’t already, that venom could spill onto IU Athletic Director Fred Glass.
While the economic impact for the 2021 All-Star weekend could top $100 million for Indianapolis, the hard costs and soft expenses for the Pacers and city will easily reach eight figures.
Leaders of Division I are moving forward to devise a plan to sell alcohol at its championship events, while Division II honchos are taking a hard pass and Division III is taking a wait-and-see approach.
Central Indiana residents prefer pro football and Indy’s franchise to all other leagues and teams by a wide margin, according to the study. But its author says recent protests by players around the league could put a dent in their popularity.
In the annual study that values college football programs like Wall Street values for-profit companies, Ohio State University leads the pack at $1.5 billion.
The Pacers organization is preparing to take the virtual court with its new video-gaming team. Meanwhile, Terry Hutchens has compiled a bucket list for Hoosiers hoops fans.
The Boiler Business Exchange hopes to draw more than 10,000 supporters. Purdue University is eager to keep its brand strong in central Indiana, where many of the school’s alums reside.
Jared Jeffries is leaving his NBA front office job to team up with former Lakers star Rick Fox in the latter’s sports group for professional video gaming.
Carmel native Catherine Onofrey has spent much of this year developing a virtual reality basketball game set inside Assembly Hall. After graduation, she’ll help General Motors develop driverless cars.
Lots of basketball prognosticators say there is NO way Boston Celtics Coach Brad Stevens would take the IU job. But there’s at least one good reason he—and Steve Alford—would consider it. And there may be even more.
Thousands of fans for schools in Kentucky, Michigan and Ohio are converging on the city for games in the first two rounds of March Madness this Friday and Sunday.
While the tepid turnout for this year’s men’s tournament in the nation’s capital might be worrisome and irk Midwestern fans, Commissioner Jim Delany is still bullish on establishing an East Coast presence.
Over the past two years, the IU vs. Notre Dame game has been a big hit at Victory Field. But the Irish pulled out this year, leaving a hole in the lineup.
IU Athletic Director Fred Glass would have good reason to be conflicted about the Hoosiers’ participation in the all-Indiana hoops double-header, which is no doubt a boon for downtown Indianapolis and Butler.
Stormy weather and a Pacers playoff game on the same night probably had a lot to do with an attendance decline of 2,120 for the Hoosiers-Irish baseball game.
The Score comes to you in a new roundup format. Featured is a local merchandising company, the Indy 500’s latest commercial deal and a look at how technology has changed the way the Pacers condition their players. Plus, a look at the cost of attending The Masters.
While more than 1,500 people want Dan Dakich off ESPN's coverage of Indiana University, it appears there's a lot of support for the former IU player and coach in terms of ratings for his local radio show.
The NCAA for the first time this year is offering players in the Men’s Final Four the same shopping spree-like experience offered to players in college football bowl games. Players in the Women’s Final Four will not be offered the NCAA-sanctioned gift suite likely to include hundreds of dollars in items.