NCAA officials are raising the curtain on the wizards making the selections and seedings for its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. But will that quash or fuel the debate over who gets in and who doesn't?
With the Pacers and IU re-emerging as contenders and the Colts floundering, Indiana sports fans are primed to re-embrace their Hoosier hysteria roots. But what happens when Peyton Manning returns or Andrew Luck is drafted is anybody's guess.
Under the new direction of NCAA President Mark Emmert, IU and Kelvin Sampson might have been spared the severe torching they endured in 2008.
NCAA President Mark Emmert said Monday that changes to the current BCS format are likely following the 2012-13 season.
College basketball may be one of the biggest benefactors of the soon-to-be ratified National Basketball Association labor settlement.
You have to wonder how many Big Ten and Indianapolis tourism officials will be rooting hard for Wisconsin this weekend when the Badgers play Penn State at Madison.
A college finance professor recently completed a 242-page study that values college football programs like Wall Street stocks. For the first time, the entire ranking is released publicly.
The Tyros LLC, which recently added a former Purdue star to its roster, hopes to make life of athletics directors, game officials and organizers easier with new software application.
Colts' owner Jim Irsay likely will score more than 10 percent of the total economic impact from the Big Ten Championship football game with little capital outlay.
Though Big Ten tournament attendance in Indianapolis is up this year, it would be exponentially higher if IU and Purdue were rival powerhouses.
With most of the administrators behind the Bob Knight firing departed from IU, his adoring fans are the ones The General's snubs are hurting the most.