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New England Patriots

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The Replay: Reggie Miller, Yogi Ferrell, and Barack Obama

Pun at the expense of Reggie Miller.

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The Replay: Boilers, Bob Knight, and Jim Irsay

Bragging rights go to Purdue.

Rendering of a proposed new multipurpose stadium.
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The Replay: Purdue, Trent Richardson, and Indy Eleven

For IU basketball fans of Notre Dame football, there’s good news.

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Deflategate Jokes That Don’t Fall Flat

Thanks to the comedians, there’s still a little air left in the Deflategate scandal.

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Indy Businesses Tackle Deflategate Scandal

Local shopportunities benefiting from Deflategate 2015. Have you seen more out there? Tell us.

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Tweets of the Week: Patriots Pummel Deflated Colts

Via @bkravitz: “Nobody is suggesting [that balls allegedly deflated by the Patriots are] why the Colts lost obviously. They were manhandled.”

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When Govs Collide: Mike Pence Bets That Colts Top Pats

Delicious smack-talk: “#Colts will shred the Pats, so just for fun we’ll wager some pulled @IndianaPork. #GameOn”

Robert Kraft and Jeff Saturday
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Speaking with the Enemy: Patriots Owner Robert Kraft

“To be very frank, I didn’t have much affection for any Colt player at the time,” he says. “And I’m quite sure the feeling was mutual.”

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Underdog Story: Colts Safety Sergio Brown Makes Most of Opportunity

“I just really want to play football,” he says. “The love and the joy I get out of it eats me up on the inside.”

September 2014 - Tabernacle Sports
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Indy Church Youth Sports Program Turns 90

“We were one of the biggest and best church-sponsored programs in the country,” says Byers. “Race was never really an issue.”

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Colts Will Open 2014 Season Against Broncos

In another game of note, the Colts will visit the Dallas Cowboys’ Death Star—err, AT&T Stadium—for the first time ever on December 21, one of three away games that month.

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This Hombre? He's the Al Michaels of Mexico

“That guy is famous in Mexico,” my husband said Sunday when we were out and about in Super Bowl Village. He was pointing to a distinguished-looking man without a coat having a smoke outside of Circle Centre. Being Mexican, my husband recognized the man as the guy who calls the NFL games on TV in Mexico. Yes, that’s right—futbol isn’t the only type of football with a big fan base south of the border.