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  • Cathedral student earns full ride to Purdue through caddying

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind – Cathedral senior Elle Darnell first found out about the program that would change her life, on one of the toughest days of her life. “It was about 3 years ago at my dad’s memorial service. A family friend of ours who’s also a former Evans Scholar himself, came up to our family and said there’s a scholarship program called the Evans Scholarship starting up at Hillcrest Country Club and I think it would be great for your […]

  • Pacers prepare for Cleveland in playoffs

    INDIANAPOLIS Ind. – This weekend, it’s the Pacers and the Cavaliers in the playoffs again. It’s the fifth time in the last seven years the Pacers have faced LeBron James in the postseason. Last season, Indiana was swept in the first round when they faced Cleveland, but this year it’s a different team with a different mentality. “The past is the past for a reason,” Victor Oladipo said following practice on Friday. “This is a totally new team and we […]

  • Slick Leonard discusses scary fall on ice, return to the broadcast booth

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Slick Leonard remembers the fall very clearly that not only took him away from the job he loves for nearly 12 weeks, but also could have taken his life. “It had shattered my left hip, so it was get up or die,” Leonard said. Slick chose to move. “Get up or freeze to death. So I got up.” The Pacers legend accidentally left his car in drive when parking it; the car started to roll backwards and […]

  • Indy Eleven to make debut at Lucas Oil on Saturday

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – This year, the Colts won’t be the only team playing home games in the house that Peyton built. On Saturday, Indy Eleven will play in their first home game of the season at Lucas Oil Stadium. “I’ve traveled all over the world and been in lots and lots of stadiums,” new Indy Eleven head coach Martin Rennie said. “But there’s not really any better than that one.” “It’ll be pretty special,” veteran midfielder Brad Ring admitted following […]

  • Danica Patrick Unveils Indy 500 Car

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two months ahead of the Indianapolis 500, Ed Carpenter Racing’s Danica Patrick has unveiled her livery for the 102nd running. NEWS: @DanicaPatrick will come Back Home Again in familiar colors. Get the first look at the No. 1️⃣3️⃣ @GoDaddy Chevrolet she'll drive at the #Indy500 >> https://t.co/53A7pbBdDu pic.twitter.com/r5BI7VIwjB — Indianapolis Motor Speedway (@IMS) March 28, 2018 The GoDaddy No. 13 Chevrolet resembles the car she drove during her first stint with IndyCar before moving to NASCAR. In […]

  • Analyzing Archie Miller’s first season with Indiana

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – This year as other teams around the country make their way to the first round of NCAA tournament games, the Hoosiers will not be joining them. In Archie Miller’s first year with Indiana, the team failed to make the big dance. The Hoosiers lost key players last year to the NBA and underwent a coaching change, both challenging hurtles to overcome. Jeff Rabjohns of Peegs.com joins us to analyze Archie Miller’s first season as Indiana’s head coach, […]

  • Colts head coach Frank Reich raises flag at IMS for start of Indy Car season

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – With the IndyCar season set to begin this weekend at St. Pete, the new guy in town was tabbed for the honor of raising the flag Friday afternoon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway to signify the beginning of the 2018 schedule. “It was a great honor to be able to put up the flag for the start of the season,” new Colts head coach Frank Reich said. “To be a part of a city, you have to be […]

  • Pacers ready for 2nd half of the season, Glenn Robinson’s return

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – As the Pacers returned from the All-Star break to embark on the second half of their season, there was no shortage of energy at practice. Victor Oladipo pranced around the court, singing, making noises resembling a pterodactyl and pretending to be practicing curling. But goofiness aside, Indiana is locked in on their final 24 games of the season sitting at 5th in the east, 8 games over .500. The team is well aware they’ve exceeded expectations this […]

  • Gregg Doyel gives his Colts hot takes with Tricia Whitaker: ‘Losing Josh McDaniels was a benefit’

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – This week the Colts were met with surprising news, as Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels committed to becoming the Colts head coach, and then backed out the day before the Colts were going to hold is introductory press conference. Colts general manager Chris Ballard held a press conference on Wednesday at 11 AM to discuss the situation and where the team will go from here. Gregg Doyel of the Indy Star breaks down the press conference with […]

  • Purdue beats Maryland, wins 18th straight game

      WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind – In their Wednesday night win against Maryland, the Boilers never trailed once. The Terrapins cut Purdue’s lead to just 3 with 9 minutes to go, but the Boilermakers quickly shut the door on Maryland and managed to escape with their 18th straight win, remaining atop of the Big Ten. “They cut it to to three and that just kinda puts us on alert to play better, you have to lock in on defense and see […]