• By Mike DeFabo | CNHI Sports Indiana

The losses have piled up for Purdue — three in a row on the Boilers’ record. And then, during Saturday’s practice, one more from its starting lineup.

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LOUISVILLE — North Carolina got the fast start it sought against Louisville and the No. 14 Tar Heels displayed that energy in numerous areas, giving coach Roy Williams a lot to like — for the most part.

  • By Terry Hutchens | CNHI Sports Indiana

Archie Miller has said on numerous occasions in his 28-game career as the Indiana basketball coach that he had been waiting for Robert Johnson to have one of those "can’t miss" type of nights shooting the ball.

  • By Terry Hutchens | CNHI Sports Indiana

Archie Miller was asked Friday what he remembered most about the first time Indiana faced Iowa this season.

  • By George Bremer | CNHI Sports Indiana

It's the most important question of the offseason, but Frank Reich never asked it during an interview that reportedly lasted nearly 10 hours with Colts general manager Chris Ballard last week.

  • By Greg Mengelt | CNHI Sports Indiana

Kevin Pritchard had opportunities at last week's trade deadline to make the Pacers more talented for the stretch run of the season.

  • By Greg Mengelt | CNHI Sports Indiana

Victor Oladipo had 30 points, nine assists, eight rebounds and six steals and the Indiana Pacers beat the New York Knicks for the 11th time in 12 meetings at Bankers Life Fieldhouse with a 121-113 triumph Sunday.

  • By Mike DeFabo | CNHI Sports Indiana

Dakota Mathias looked like a man who had just been punched in the gut. And in some ways, he had after the No. 3-ranked Boilermakers’ 68-65 loss at No. 4 Michigan State.

  • By Terry Hutchens | CNHI Sports Indiana

The move to insert Devonte Green into the starting lineup at the point guard position continued to pay dividends for Archie Miller and his staff Friday.

  • By Mike DeFabo | CNHI Sports Indiana

Michigan State coach Tom Izzo ran his hands through his hair as he paced the sidelines at Mackey Arena last year, struggling to find an answer to one of the Big Ten’s toughest questions.

  • By Terry Hutchens | CNHI Sports Indiana

BLOOMINGTON — When Indiana traveled to Minnesota in early January and knocked off the Golden Gophers, freshman forward Justin Smith played an integral role in the victory.

  • Scott L. Miley | CNHI Statehouse Reporter

The deaths of Colts player Edwin Jackson and Jeffrey Monroe, reportedly caused by a driver who is an illegal immigrant, sparked anger Tuesday from Indiana conservatives who say the tragedy reflects America's troubled immigration system.

  • By George Bremer | CNHI Sports Indiana

The Colts ended weeks of speculation Tuesday by officially announcing New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels has accepted an offer to become the team's head coach.

  • Bill Burt | CNHI Sports Boston

MINNEAPOLIS – The record books will have to wait. Or, maybe worse, the New England Patriots dynasty as we know it is complete.

  • By Mark Fischenich CNHI News Service

MINNEAPOLIS — After a week of hype and pre-game festivities, the game itself finally became the focus of the Super Bowl. There were long runs, deep passes, missed tackles, a pinball interception, missed kicks, a touchdown reception by a quarterback.

  • By Chad Courrier CNHI News Service

All week, various players from the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles talked about the 10 days leading up to the Super Bowl, how the practices and media requirements took more energy than playing in the game itself.

  • By Mike DeFabo | CNHI Sports Indiana

As the victories have piled up and Purdue’s winning streak has stretched to a school-record 18 games, an image of this Purdue basketball team has begun to emerge: the image of a monster.

  • By Chad Courrier CNHI News Service

BLOOMINGTON — Randy Albrecht was just as disappointed as any Minnesota Vikings' fan when his favorite team lost in the NFC Championship game two weeks ago, depriving this franchise's opportunity to be the first team to play the Super Bowl in its home stadium.

But after a few days, he got out of the funk and realized that even though the Vikings' season was done, the Super Bowl was being played just a couple of hours from his Rochester home.

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