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A burning Viking ship.
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Indianapolis Colts Recap: Week 2, vs. Minnesota Vikings

Rivers and co. get the W against a not-very-formidable opponent.

Derek Schultz and his child
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How I Spent My Unceremonious Eight-Month-Long Summer Vacation

A laid-off sports talk radio host’s guide to surviving the pandemic.

Memorial Stadium in Bloomington
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It’s OK That Big Ten Football Is Returning, Actually

Absent effective leadership, we’re forced to improvise through a deadly pandemic. Why should football be an exception?

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Just Jim Irsay Tweets

This guy owns the Colts. And tweets.

Philip Rivers
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Indianapolis Colts Recap: Week 1, at Jacksonville Jaguars

We break down the good, bad, and the ugly from a team with many Rivers to cross.

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Faking Your Way Through The Colts’ Pandemic Season

Everything may be terrible, but that doesn’t mean everyone has to know how much you don’t really care about the Colts right now.

Whistling Straits golf course.
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Dustin Johnson Won’t Tee Off At Whistling Straits This Fall, But That Doesn’t Mean You Can’t

The Ryder Cup in Kohler, Wisconsin has been postponed until next year. Go there anyway.

Cracked Racquets Alex Gruskin tennis
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An Upstart Sports Website Lucked Into Covering Serena Williams’s Return To Tennis

Cracked Racquets, a scrappy tennis-media outfit, might have perfect timing—unless COVID-19 keeps the sport sidelined.

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Pacers Season 2.0: What You Need To Know

“If you HAVE to do Disney in July or August, I advise doing it this way. You know, without the crowds or your kids.”

Indiana Fever forward Natalie Achonwa.
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Q&A with Indiana Fever’s Natalie Achonwa

“We are young. We’ll get up and down the court. And we are definitely going to fight.”

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Fans At The 500: Can Penske Deliver On Promise?

How the hell is “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” going to happen?

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Backtrack: All-Black Pro Baseball

The Negro Leagues began and ended in Indianapolis.

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Market Square Arena’s Last Dance

Nobody is making a documentary about that. But they should.

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May Day: Roger Penske’s Indy 500 In The Age Of COVID-19

As our writer and the city’s signature cultural event fell into peril, both looked to the Indianapolis 500’s 83-year-old owner for inspiration.

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IndyCar Drivers React To Upended Season

“In the grand scheme of things, we’re not allowed to complain at our situation. It’s just the way it is.”

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