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Colts Clinch Division Crown with Titans Loss

Peyton Manning just can’t seem to help himself when it comes to getting the Colts into the playoffs, even while playing for the Broncos. Despite another crushing loss, this time to the Cincinnati Bengals, the Colts have won the AFC South Division crown for the first time since 2010, thanks to a 51-28 Denver smack-down […]

2-Day Big Ten Fan Fest Starts Friday on Georgia Street

It’s not exactly the Super Bowl, but the sold-out 2013 Big Ten Football Championship Game is shaping up to be one heck of a weekend, even for fans without tickets. An estimated 100,000 college football fans will descend on downtown Indianapolis, selling out hotels, filling restaurants and generally doing their part to make the planned […]

Colts Nearly Clinch Division with 22-14 Win Versus Titans

The end zone might as well have been a mirage. At least that’s how it must have seemed to the Indianapolis Colts, who were unable to reach it for a majority of the game. Playing at home versus the Tennessee Titans, not only could the Colts not reach the end zone to save their lives, […]

The Happy Gilmore Theory for Colts’ Early Struggles, Come-from-Behind Wins

The good news is, they came from behind late after falling behind early, beating the Tennessee Titans on the road 30-27. The bad news is, they came from behind late after falling behind early…again. Which begs the question, why does this keep happening? There are so many theories to why the Indianapolis Colts continue to […]

Colts Promote Da’Rick Rogers to Active Roster

The Indianapolis Colts are hoping someone, indeed anyone, will step up at the wide receiver position to fill the void of talent that was left when the team’s best receiver, Reggie Wayne, went down with a season-ending knee injury in the Colts’ victory over the Denver Broncos over 3 weeks ago. Might Da’Rick Rogers be […]

Next Man Up: Griff Whalen?

The “next man up” may be Griff Whalen. Whether out of necessity or by design, the Indianapolis Colts have promoted wide receiver Griff Whalen from practice squad to active roster. The second-year receiver played football with Andrew Luck at Stanford, while Pep Hamilton called the plays. In fact, he was one of quarterback Andrew Luck’s […]

Peyton’s Bittersweet Return Ends in 39-30 Loss to Colts

The most hyped game of the year did not end the way Peyton Manning would have preferred. The Indianapolis Colts handed the visiting Denver Broncos their first loss of the season, beating them 39-30 Sunday night at Lucas Oil Stadium. It was a bittersweet homecoming to be sure. That this is a city that still […]

Colts Trounce Jaguars in 37-3 Road Victory

The Indianapolis Colts more than made up for a sluggish start. After falling behind 3-0, they proceeded to trounce the Jaguars 37-3 on Sunday. But the numbers aren’t as good as they first appear. They’re better. You see, had the Colts held the Jags to just 205 yards of total offense that would have been […]

Pacers Sign Rising Star Paul George to $90 Million Contract Extension

The Indiana Pacers made it official on Wednesday when they announced a multi-year contract extension for veteran guard/forward Paul George. The contract will reportedly pay him between 80 million and $90 million, and contains an escalator clause which could earn him even more. The move follows a new contract for David West that will pay […]

Colts Run Over ‘Niners, Win 27-7

There would be no biceps kissing for Colin Kaepernick on Sunday. That’s because the normally mobile and elusive quarterback who helped lead the 49ers to a Super Bowl last season was under constant duress by a stifling Colts defense. Despite playing without two ket starters, safety Laron Landry and linebacker Pat Angerer, the Colts’ defense […]

Colts Acquire RB Trent Richardson in Blockbuster Trade

“Next man up” is the guiding principle at the Colts complex. Problem is, the “next man” wasn’t on the roster when starting running back, Vic Ballard, went down with a season-ending ACL injury in a no-contact practice drill, at least not as far as the front office was concerned. That all changed Tuesday, when the […]

Colts Eke Out 21-17 Win, Raise Concerns

The good news is that they won. The bad news is that they looked just average in doing so against an opponent widely considered to be one of the worst teams in the league. But as Andrew Luck said, “A win is a win is a win.” The Colts eked out a 21-17 win following […]

Lucas Oil Raceway Smokin’ as NHRA Concludes Chevrolet U.S. Performance Nationals

Lucas Oil Raceway was smokin’ as the NHRA wrapped up the last day of the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals on Monday. It was the 59th installment of what is perhaps the most celebrated, oldest, richest, and most prestigious drag race in the world. It is also the final event of the NHRA’s regular season, with […]

Capital Improvement Board in Negotiations with Pacers for New Deal

Though their lease doesn’t expire until 2019, the Capital Improvement Board of Marion County is already in negotiations with Pacers Sports and Entertainment to keep the Indiana Pacers for the long-run, according to CIB President Ann Lathrop The IBJ recently reported that the Board has $11 million set aside, which it is prepared to give […]

Colts Dominate Browns, Defense Shows Improvement in 3rd Preseason Game

For the second week in a row, Jim Irsay has to be in a better Twitter mood. That’s because the Colts looked sharp in a 27-6 victory at Lucas Oil Stadium over the visiting Cleveland Browns. A Productive Offense In a quarterback-driven league, it all starts with the guy behind center. And the Colts have […]

T.Y. Hilton Provides Bright Spot in Colts’ Pre-Season Loss

The sun wasn’t the only thing shining on the field as the Colts hosted the Buffalo Bills on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium with the retractable roof open. Second-year receiver T.Y. Hilton lined up on the outside of a two-receiver set and then beat Bills cornerback Ron Brooks on a 45-yard Matt Hasselbeck pass. The […]

Colts Defensive Coordinator Manusky Pleased with Defensive Progress

All the reports coming out of Anderson University suggest that Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator Greg Manusky has been quite pleased with the defense thus far. In contrast to last year, when they lacked the right personnel to be effective in a 3-4 defensive alignment, the Colts spent $140 million in free agency and then added […]

Colts’ 2013 Training Camp: What to Look For

Training camp definitely had a different fell last year. The Indianapolis Colts were coming off a disastrous 2-14 season, the Polians had just been fired, Peyton Manning was released along with several other high-profile veterans, a majority of the coaching staff was released and Andrew Luck became the new face of the franchise. They were […]

20th Brickyard 400 Kicks Off Sunday at 1pm

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will descend on the legendary 2.5-mile oval at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as the 20th annual Brickyard 400 kicks off Sunday, July 28 at 1 pm. The big question is whether Jimmie Johnson can get his 5th win in Indy, or whether rivals like Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Gordon, Carl Edwards, […]

Colts Agree to Terms with 1st Round Pick Bjoern Werner

Just when some people were starting to get nervous that Bjoern Werner’s lack of contract would cause him to miss some or all of training camp, the former standout defensive end from Florida State signed his four-year rookie contract with the Indianapolis Colts on Wednesday, July 24. The deal is reportedly worth almost $7.9 million, […]