College basketball bubbles brewing with season on horizon

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — With the coronavirus pandemic already forcing changes for college basketball, a bubble may be brewing in Indianapolis. Indiana Sports Corp. released a 16-page pro...

Rhodes, Theilen embrace reunion weekend in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Xavier Rhodes and Adam Thielen came to training camp together as rookies in 2013, one of them the Vikings' first-round draft pick from Florida State, the other an undrafted rookie ...

Taylor takes hand off as Colts, Vikings try to bounce back

INDIANANPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts drafted Jonathan Taylor to complement their ground game. Now he's the starter — and perhaps the finisher, too. On Sunday, the Colts are gi...

Big Ten teams start sprint toward unusual football season

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Now that the Big Ten has a rescheduled kickoff weekend, coaches and players can start the sprint to opening day. Expect a wild ride. After cance...

Rivers looks to rebound from 2 interceptions in Colts opener

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Throwing two interceptions and missing an open receiver for a potential touchdown will never cut it in Philip Rivers' world. He expects more. So...

Colts look to rebound after another sloppy opening-day loss

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Coach Frank Reich blamed himself for the Indianapolis Colts’ opening-day miscues. He accepted responsibility again Monday for setting up the first of Philip River...

Taylor takes over as Colts starter with Mack out for season

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Marlon Mack could have bristled when the Indianapolis Colts took another running back, Jonathan Taylor, in the second round of April's draft. Instead, Mack welcom...

Rivers ready to begin new chapter as Colts quarterback

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Philip Rivers felt the adrenaline rush long before arriving at the Indianapolis Colts complex Wednesday. Yes, even a 17-year veteran, a father of nine and a futur...

Colts' new kicker constructing new chapter as opener nears

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Rookie kicker Rodrigo Blankenship spent last weekend putting together Lego sets as the Indianapolis Colts debated his future. First, there was a Ferrari; then, a ...

Hilton hopes to add to Colts legacy with healthy season

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Ryan Grigson was working in Raleigh, North Carolina, the first time he spotted T.Y. Hilton. He went to dinner after filing the day's scouting reports and started ...

Pacers seek new 'new age' coach who can win in the playoffs

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Kevin Pritchard swallowed hard when the Indiana Pacers endured yet another season-ending first-round sweep last week. Then the Indiana Pacers president of basketb...

Colts return to practice with plan to combat injustices

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indianapolis Colts returned to practice Friday — with a plan and a purpose. They want to help end racial and social injustice. After spendin...

Colts pin playoff hopes on Rivers' ability to avoid mistakes

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Philip Rivers promises he'll continue making some risky throws on Sunday afternoons. He also understands the need to avoid big mistakes. So aft...

Pacers fire McMillan following 2nd straight 1st-round sweep

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Pacers fired coach Nate McMillan on Wednesday less than three weeks after announcing he would keep the job for two more years. Team officials made the...

After another sweep, Pacers turn focus to healthy offseason

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Myles Turner has been to the playoffs each of his first five seasons with the Indiana Pacers. He still hasn't reached the second round. “At some point, you have t...