Michigan is the latest state to consider letting college athletes be paid following the introduction of bipartisan legislation Wednesday that would allow them to cash in on the use of their name, image and likeness.
Indy Championships Fund raises more than $20M for major sport events
The money is expected to go a long way in funding three events on the city’s calendar: the NBA All-Star Weekend and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four in 2021 and the College Football Playoff National Championship in 2022.Read More
WNBA’s 8-year labor deal to hike average salary to $130,000
The WNBA and its union announced a tentative eight-year labor deal Tuesday that will allow top players to earn more than $500,000 while the average annual compensation will surpass six figures for the first time.Read More
Indy Eleven finishes 2nd in league attendance with uptick in home crowds
The Indy Eleven drew average crowds of more than 10,000 per game to Lucas Oil Stadium in their second year in the United Soccer League.Read More
Pacers give Sabonis 4-year deal to keep core group together
The Pacers did not announce financial terms of the deal though ESPN.com first reported it was worth $77 million in guaranteed money and Sabonis could make as much as $85 million with bonuses.Read More
Following California’s lead, Florida lawmakers are tackling NCAA rules that prohibit college athletes from reaping financial benefits from their prowess in the arena of big-money sports.
California will let college athletes hire agents and make money from endorsements, defying the Indianapolis-based NCAA and setting up a likely legal challenge that could reshape amateur sports in the United States.
Amid speculation that his 46-year-old kicker might retire, Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich said he wants Adam Vinatieri to stay with the team despite his recent kicking slump.
The Indianapolis-based NCAA has warned the bill, if passed, could mean California universities would be ineligible for national championships.
Nearly three years since Tamika Catchings played her final basketball game, the 39-year-old former star is establishing herself in a variety of new roles, including one as a contestant on “American Ninja Warrior.”
The extension, announced Wednesday, means Indianapolis will keep the event through at least 2021. It has hosted the combine since 1987.
The former Indianapolis Colts quarterback is hosting and serving as an executive producer for "Peyton's Places," a five-part, 30-episode series celebrating the NFL's 100th season.
Victor Oladipo's leg bent awkwardly as he fell to the floor Wednesday night while trying to disrupt an outlet pass to the Toronto Raptors' Pascal Siakam.
Larry Bird plans to donate personal items and memorabilia from his career with the Boston Celtics, Indiana State University, the U.S. Olympic team and beyond.
The move follows recommendations released earlier this year by the NCAA’s Commission on College Basketball, a group that was chaired by former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and tasked with reforming the college game.
The signing means Indiana will have two key players—center Myles Turner and All-Star guard Victor Oladipo—under contract for the next three seasons.
With three days remaining, the Colts camp has already received more visitors than it did in its final year at Anderson University. But the crowd numbers are still well below what they reached early this decade.
Nearly 17 months after undergoing surgery on his injured right shoulder, Luck jogged onto the practice field Tuesday and started throwing in front of the public for the first time since October.
When Drew Brees heard a 1930s-era Purdue University jersey worn by John Wooden was being sold at auction, he saw an chance to help his alma mater showcase its ties to the legendary coach. He paid a steep price for the opportunity.
Andrew Luck’s progress is good news for the Colts, who stand to see a rise in season ticket sales if fans feel more secure about the star quarterback’s health.
Former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning sold 31 Denver-area Papa John's stores last week, three days before the NFL replaced the chain as its official pizza sponsor.
The case involves a probe Phenix Investigations Inc. conducted in 2015 after former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and other star athletes were accused of using performance-enhancing drugs.
General manager Chris Ballard announced Wednesday the Colts do not intend to re-sign the 34-year-old, soon-to-be free agent, who is ranked No. 5 in National Football League career rushing.