Jim Irsay

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Speed Read: Any Luck?

Andrew Luck: in or out?

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Andrew Luck Breaks The Bank

Jim Irsay ponies up for his elite QB.

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Hoosier Hall of Fame: Sports Corp’s Ripple Effects

Civic vision, opportunism, and lots of volunteerism take Indy’s sports rep from sorry to super.

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The Passion of Bill Polian

“I remember seeing Bill up on stage after the championship game,” says Peyton Manning. “We felt like this was going to be our year to win the Super Bowl. We felt like we’d sort of overcome some demons in that game.”

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Carlie Irsay-Gordon’s Office

An interactive look inside Carlie Irsay-Gordon’s office, from the 20 year-old game balls to Jim Irsay’s handmade snowmen ornaments.

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The Replay: Peyton Manning, Chuck Pagano, and South Park

Lucas Oil Stadium’s gazillion-dollar, taxpayer-funded retractable roof no longer retracts. The Capital Improvement Board decided to keep the roof closed for Monday’s Colts-Jets game and, pending an investigation and possible repairs, indefinitely.

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Guess the Irsay Sister

This art-lover has a spot on the Eiteljorg Museum’s board of advisers. Can you guess the Irsay sister?

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Blue Blood

5. Jim seems like a pretty cool dad.
6. He seems like a pretty cool boss, too.

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The Replay: Jim Irsay, Bill Polian, and Tom Brady

The Colts write a prescription for disaster.

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The Replay: Butler Blue III, Pacers, and #BrackeTALLogy

Butler’s sickening Big East tourney loss.

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The Replay: Boilers, Bob Knight, and Jim Irsay

Bragging rights go to Purdue.

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The Replay: Marian Knights, Dan Dakich, Jim Irsay, and Pat McAfee

The Marian Knights seek a NAIA football championship. Meanwhile, Dan Dakich and Pat McAfee gets into a Twitter dust-up.

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30 for 30: The Most Memorable Moments in Indy Colts History

In 30 years, Indy has shared as many good times—and bad—with our Colts as Baltimore ever did. We’ve laughed. We’ve cried. Most of all, though, we’ve cheered.

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Jim Irsay Makes His South Park Debut

In the show’s season opener, Irsay played the de facto leader of a shadowy cabal of NFL owners.

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Colt Following: Four Memorable NFL Encounters

Besides Peyton Manning’s press conference announcing he was leaving the Colts, the only other televised event that ever preempted one of my high-school classes was Barack Obama’s first inauguration speech.