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The Replay: Wabash–DePauw, A.J. Foyt, and Malcolm Gladwell

Wabash and DePauw meet on the football field for the 121st time.

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The Replay: McAfee, Peyton, Lance & More

We’re debuting The Replay, your weekly roundup of the best, worst, and just plain offbeat stories in the sports realm. We trust they’re all worth your timeout.

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Tweets of the Week: Celebrities at IU, Rogue Geese & More

@IUBloomington offers the week’s best #humblebrag: “Just another day at IU (with Grammy Award winner Joshua Bell and Academy Award winner Meryl Streep).”

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Tweets of the Week: Pacers Bikeshare and Brewery Parodies

Via @urbanophile: “Last time there were 8 murders in Indy, the mayor issued a statement and jetted off to Phoenix.”

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Tweets of the Week: Jim Irsay, Hoosier Hoops & Comic Con

From @meggiehd: “OMG! I just saw Arya from Game of Thrones at circle centre!!! We made eye contact. We are obviously besties”

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The New Indy Must-Do List: Attend These Events

Eleven parties, festivals, and games you won’t want to miss in 2014.

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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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Best of Indy 2013: Top December Picks

Bid on designer purses. Make a new holiday tradition. Get a tan. Buy a knockout party dress. Jazz up your Colts game-day outfit. Conquer cabin fever. And more!

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Butler Basketball: A Brit's Take

Despite the country’s unconditional passion for “the beautiful game,” college sport is simply not a big deal there. Aside from the teams, players, and trainee media students looking to make names for themselves, interest is virtually nonexistent.

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Damage Control: Purdue Researchers Tackle Football Head Injuries

Two researchers found that even small hits might cause permanent brain damage—and they’re pioneering new technology to protect the next generation.

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How It Works: Scouting the NFL Combine

Less than 3 percent of all Division I football players are invited to the NFL’s annual scouting camp, hosted in Indy since 1987.

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Fair Play That Changed the Face of the NCAA

Editor’s Note, Nov. 12, 2012: At tonight’s game, Indiana University and its men’s basketball team honor Bill Garrett, the first African-American man to play Big Ten basketball, marking the 65th anniversary of the first game in the conference in which he played. “Well, what happens now to Bill Garrett, Emerson Johnson and Marshall Murray? After […]

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That 1987 IU Title Team: Where Are They Now?

Everyone remembers the shot. IU down by one. Six ticks left. Jumper, 16 feet out, Keith Smart fading, fading left to the baseline. There’s a lot of catching up to do. Here’s what Smart and his teammates are up to now.

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