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Daniel McFadin

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Two Colts and a NASCAR Driver Walk into a Weight Room …

The two men standing together in the Indianapolis Colts’ locker room had little in common.

Hazel Grace (Shailene Woodley) and Augustus Waters (Ansel Elgort) in
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Review: The Fault in Our Stars Film Stays Faithful

The film is certainly carried by the performances of Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort as its star-crossed, cancer-stricken couple, but it receives much-needed doses of gravitas and vigor from Willem Defoe as the eccentric author of the book over which Hazel and Augustus bond.

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All 33 Drivers Share Earliest Indy 500 Memories

Whatever “it” is, every year it captures the imaginations of the 33 drivers who compete for the Borg-Warner Trophy. And they all have this in common: At one point in their lives, something drew their attention to the Indianapolis 500.

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Meet the Seven Rookies of the 2014 Indy 500

In the 113-year history of the Indianapolis 500, a rookie has won only eight times.

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IndyCar Meet-and-Greet: Kurt Busch

Busch is attempting to join an exclusive club of drivers to complete “The Double,” the feat of racing, on the same day, in the Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600.

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IndyCar Meet-and-Greet: James Hinchcliffe

“I’ve sprained a wrist; I’ve separated cartilage between a rib,” says Hinchcliffe. “Even when I flipped a car, I walked away. This has been by far the most dramatic accident, I guess.”

Josef Newgarden
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IndyCar Meet-and-Greet: Josef Newgarden

When he has downtime, Newgarden says, he likes to annoy his engineers in the garage area while they work on his car. When not at the track, he likes to watch movies—most recently Dumb and Dumber with Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels.

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Grand Prix of Indy: A Rookie's Guide

It’s still the Month of May and it’s still IndyCar. It’s just not the Indianapolis 500.

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First Official Photo Released for The Fault in Our Stars Film

The marketing rollout for the tome’s adaptation continues, with the lead characters continuing to gaze longingly into each other’s eyes.

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IU Receives $40 Million Gift to Rename Assembly Hall

“The atmosphere in Assembly Hall is truly unmatched anywhere in college basketball,” says Cindy Simon Skjodt, for whom the arena will be named.

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John Green's Book-Turned-Film The Fault in Our Stars Gets First Poster

No excuses, Nerdfighters (and more casual fans): This gives you a full 175 days to properly stock up on tissues and save your spots in line. The film is set to appear in theaters nationwide on June 6, 2014.

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Pacers Beat Heat as Timberlake Looks On

On the latest leg of his first tour in six years, Justin Timberlake is in Indy for a concert stop and took in some Pacers-Heat action during his downtime.

Ohio State University fan "Buck-I-Guy"
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ESPN's College GameDay Arrives for Big Ten Showdown

“It’s a great event, and this year is going to be bigger than ever,” said one football fan, who himself fancies the IU Hoosiers, themselves nowhere near this game. “[IU] being in the Big Ten championship game is the longest shot ever.”

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Boom, Baby: Bobby 'Slick' Leonard's New Book

While a clunky read at times, Leonard’s biography serves as a good introduction to the history of Indiana basketball.

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Colts' Intriguing Week Has Laughs, Divorce, and a List

Colts fans won’t have to go through the emotionally stunting experience of having to spend weekdays with Meg Irsay and weekends and holidays with Jim. (Even so, we bet holidays with Jim are never dull.)