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  • Colts complete first joint practice with Ravens

    WESTFIELD, Ind. – The rain didn’t stop the Colts and Ravens from staying outdoors this afternoon as they relished in a chance to practice in the elements but more importantly to see another color jersey across from them. “We said this from the start when we saw the chance of rain, we said we were going outside if it’s not lightning.” Head coach Frank Reich said after a muddy practice. “We really just felt it was important to get the […]

  • Center Grove’s Erica Shepherd talks qualifying for LPGA tournament at the Brickyard

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – For the second straight year, 17-year-old Erica Shepherd has qualified for the LPGA Indy Women in Tech Tournament at the Brickyard. But it didn’t come easy. Shepherd’s qualifying hopes were on the line on Monday during her round, but the Center Grove senior didn’t fold under pressure. “I made like a 30 footer on the last hole to get in,” Shepherd said.  “So after that, it was just a deep breath of relief.” After playing golf all […]

  • Jeff Brohm looks to build on Purdue’s success last season

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Last season, first year head coach Jeff Brohm and the Boilermakers far exceeded expectations. The program had been in a downward spiral before coach Brohm stepped in and revived it. During the 2017 season, Brohm led the Boilers to their first bowl game win since 2011. Purdue also won four Big Ten games – that’s more than their last four years combined. “Last year behind closed doors, our goal was just to find a way to a […]

  • Ivy Leaguers in Indians clubhouse discuss uncommon path to pro ball

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – When the Indians pitcher-catcher duo of Tanner Anderson and Ryan Lavarnway are on the field together, there’s no lack of brain power. “Most of the times I just tell him, don’t shake me off. Just throw what I tell you to throw,” Catcher Ryan Lavarnway joked with his teammate Tanner Anderson in the dugout on Friday. “When we’re on the same page,” Tanner chimed in. “It’s lightning.” Both Tanner and Ryan boast Ivy League educations. Lavarnway has […]

  • Conor Daly talks about his future and getting a chance at Toronto

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – After sitting on the sideline for the majority of the 2018 IndyCar season with the exception of the Indy 500, Conor Daly will finally get back in an IndyCar in Toronto this weekend. “It was a surprise for sure but obviously I’ve been craving driving an IndyCar all year long,” Daly said at the airport before boarding his plane for Canada. “It’s a cool opportunity with Harding Racing and I appreciate that.” The Noblesville native will drive […]

  • NFL player and former Roncalli guard Cole Toner interns in DC for Todd Young

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – From February to July, it is the offseason for the NFL. Players work out on their own and do offseason programming with the teams but one former Roncalli offensive lineman, now an LA charger, decided to spend some of his offseason this year preparing for life after football in the nation’s capital. Cole Toner has spent most of his life protecting quarterbacks, first at Roncalli as a Rebel offensive lineman. “I knew I wanted to be a […]

  • Victor Oladipo reflects after winning the Most Improved Player award

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – One year ago this week, Victor Oladipo couldn’t have predicted he’d be at Bankers Life Fieldhouse making an entrance for a press conference after winning the most improved player of the year award. That’s because this week last June, Oladipo was finding out he had been traded from the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Pacers. “I remember that day like it was yesterday,” the former IU star said. “I had just landed on a plane. I remember […]

  • Pacers introduce 1st round draft pick Aaron Holiday

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Pacers claim they got their guy with the 23rd pick in the draft. Former UCLA point guard Aaron Holiday arrived in Indy today and the newest member of the Blue and Gold says he couldn’t  have predicted this outcome. “We didn’t know where we were going,” Holiday said after waiting until pick 23 last night at the draft. “I’m just happy that somebody really wanted me and now it’s time for me to work for them.” […]

  • Butler basketball team hosts camp for kids with special needs

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – All month long, the Butler men’s basketball team has been hosting camps for kids. On Friday afternoon, they hosted a special group of campers. Children with special needs got to leave their worries behind for an afternoon and learn the game with some of the best in college basketball. “This one in particular is just a special one just because of the relationships you see the kids form with our players,” head coach LaVall Jordan said after camp. […]

  • Former IU guard Robert Johnson works out for Pacers before draft

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Robert Johnson left the Indiana program with 1,413 points, 21st all time in program history. Now, he’s hoping to get a shot at his NBA dream. The former IU guard is not expected to be drafted next Thursday, but he views these pre-draft workouts as a time to show his worth. “I’m trying to show all the things I didn’t have a chance to show at Indiana. I can play at this level,” Johnson said confidently after […]