This summer coalition of Indians reminds us of a truth: Doesn’t matter what language you speak, baseball can be hard.
At this giddy moment, a bunch of Cubs fans are out there in Indy. And since the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was still farmland the last time the Cubs won the World Series in 1908, they all usually pretty much share the same dread of history.
Alexander Rossi’s team took the chance it took because it was the only shot at victory—something between a Hail Mary pass and a suicide squeeze bunt. And it worked. Strategy, not horsepower, won this Indy 500.
Hulman and Co. CEO Mark Miles says he and his staff feel “a great sense of responsibility” associated with this year’s race.
It was the boner heard round the NFL world. Pagano’s Folly. And the question Monday morning is the same one as Sunday night. What was that?
The Colts had better not even think of losing to the New York Jets in Monday night’s home opener.
Reggie Wayne is a New England Patriot. What next, Urban Meyer as a spokesman for Pure Michigan?
The latest college basketball rankings are in, and we can say without fear of contradiction that the Indiana Hoosiers are a top 10 team. In attendance.
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.
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?
Yes, it’s time to put sport to song. Christmas carols, to be exact, slightly altered.
Meet Marcellus Barksdale. And Khufu Najee. And DavRon Williams. College-degree holders, all. Doing postgraduate work, all. And IUPUI Jaguar players, all.
So maybe you’ve heard of Cutters Race Team. That’s the new idea where, for a few bucks, you can help sponsor an Indianapolis 500 race car.
Indiana, Purdue and Butler all find themselves at a crossroads after disappointing seasons.