Something else was taking a giant leap in 1969 while NASA was leaving footprints on the moon. Sports. It was a monstrously landmark year, amid the glory of Apollo 11, and what’s remarkable is how many Indiana guys had their fingerprints on all the history being made.
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Outgoing Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany kicked off his final Big Ten football media days Thursday by saying he thinks some serious mistakes made in the 1970s created problems today in college athletics.
MainGate, a sports merchandising and marketing firm headquartered at 7900 Rockville Road on the city’s far-west side, employs about 220 people in the Indianapolis area.
More than 50,000 former college athletes next month will begin collecting portions of a $208 million class-action settlement paid by the Indianapolis-based NCAA in a case that challenged its caps on compensation.
Former Auburn University assistant basketball coach Chuck Person has avoided prison in a bribery scandal that has touched some of the biggest schools in NCAA basketball.
Indy Eleven officials would like to bring a professional women’s soccer franchise to Indianapolis, but it could be several years before that’s possible.
Westfield-based Henke Development Group, which helped the city develop Grand Park, plans to spend $77 million developing Championship Park, a commercial development on land next to the sports park. A hotel could also be part of the project.
The Hall of Fame Cincinnati Reds announcer, about to hang it up after 46 seasons, reflects on how it all started.
“While I still love basketball, I know there is something more important, which is my family and my faith,” he told ESPN’s The Undefeated.
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.”
Purdue’s Carsen Edwards is the latest to join the club that no one wants to belong to.
California lawmakers are debating whether to let student athletes sign endorsement deals and hire agents in a move that could put them in direct conflict with NCAA policies.
Roger Penske, 82, is a fixture in the Detroit automotive scene and is one of America’s most successful businessmen. He celebrated his record 18th Indianapolis 500 victory as a car owner in May with driver Simon Pagenaud.
The Indianapolis-based organization released the new policy on Wednesday after consulting with a wide spectrum of people, including child welfare advocates and survivors of emotional and sexual abuse.
The partnership between the Colts and Kerauno LLC, a communications software-as-a-service company, will allow the team to utilize the firm’s products as part of a larger marketing strategy.
Sports reporter and anchor Larra Overton has been hired as a producer and sideline reporter for the Indianapolis Colts, the team announced Tuesday.
Stan Wilcox, vice president for regulatory affairs for the Indianapolis-based NCAA, said two high-profile programs will be notified in early July, and the others at a later date.
His team lost what many call Indiana’s best state championship game ever.