There’s a lot of hot air left in DeflateGate, plus an Indy 500 champ strips down for Pattern magazine.
A little goes a long way with Purdue’s big men.
“Larry Bird” makes a return appearance on Comedy Central’s The Kroll Show.
For IU basketball fans of Notre Dame football, there’s good news.
The Colts’ loss in the AFC Championship game proves that the football world is flat.
As Sunday’s Colts-Broncos showdown nears, Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning are the story.
When you tune in, you are on Dakich’s team. He will teach you. Lecture you. Tell you to “sack up.” He will hang up on you and call you an idiot.
From a tap-dancing dynamo to a soul-man belter, from Lauren Spierer to Larry Legend, these are the year’s most-viewed newsmakers.
A couple of Butler greats—Gordon Hayward and Brad Stevens—draw raves and a rant.
Indy 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay reveals his spending habits, and an NFL player from Muncie is dating professional tennis’s media darling.
Hip kids’ store Roman & Leo knows that little ones are sports fans, too.
Ever wonder how holidays play out in the House of Manning? This looks about right.
Via @tracy_forner: “For the sake of the national image of Indianapolis, I hope @Varvel opts to ignore the #Ferguson issue entirely …”
The Pacers’ Solomon Hill ruined the homecoming of prodigal son Lance Stephenson.
The elder Mattingly, Don, appeared with his son in a viral YouTube video in which Preston—a dead ringer for his dad—knocks down a series of trick basketball shots.