Gov. Mike Pence: Change RFRA law to make it clear discrimination won't be allowed
In his latest effort to clarify the Indiana's controversial new "religious freedom" law, Gov. Mike Pence called on lawmakers Tuesday to pass legislation clarifying that it does not allow business owners to discriminate in providing services. But ...
March 31, 2015
Bell Tolls: Patriots' Tom Brady challenged to beat the clock
Meanwhile, Gronkowski is a one-headed monster. The wrecking-ball, 26-yard touchdown that Gronkowski had at Indianapolis in November to seal the rout underscores the challenge. The Colts typically use single coverage against tight ends, and Landry, the ...
January 18, 2015
NFL Power Rankings: Where Does Every Team Stand After the Draft?
Every team just added a bunch of exciting players in the draft. That means every team is undefeated AND on the rise right now. It kind of makes power rankings a drag. Shouldn't all 32 teams be tied at No. 1? Not really. We all know the Patriots rank ...
May 4, 2015
Michigan's Jim Harbaugh offers lecture in Philosophy 101
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The coach is explaining one of the best things about coming home, expressing his "deep, abiding love" for Cracker Barrel. Yeah, the roadside restaurant. Jim Harbaugh lived the last dozen years or so in a state that had none. Now at ...
April 4, 2015
Indiana law gets pressure from sports world
However, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay voiced his thoughts on Twitter on Monday: "The Colts have always embraced inclusiveness, tolerance and a diverse fan base. We welcome ALL fans to Colts Nation. ONE FAMILY!" Scenarios like this remind me of ...
April 1, 2015
Montana finds #DeflateGate “funny”
Even the Wells Report admitted (in a footnote of course) that Brady plays way better with properly inflated footballs, such as in the second half against the Colts, and of course in the SB. Kind of makes you wonder why the refs made him use illegal 14 ...
June 8, 2015
Deflategate bringing out the best in New York tabloid headline writers
You think the New York City tabloids are having fun with the Deflategate controversy? Oh, you bet they are. Mix one part controversy (allegations that the Patriots intentionally tampered with their game balls during their AFC Championship Game win over ...
January 24, 2015
It has been nearly a decade since the Patriots quarterback last won a Super Bowl, and at 37 years old he can't bank on too many opportunities to win it all. The clock is ticking, louder than ever. Even with New England playing in its fourth consecutive AFC title game, Brady has been around long enough to know that next season is hardly promised. He will have perhaps New England's best defense in several years. And oh yes, he will have the experience of 15 NFL seasons in his pocket. "At some point, you don't have the experience," Brady said. "It's a game like all the other games," he added. It was the same as last week, so we're fortunate to be in this position. It's hard to do and our team found a way to get there this year, so hopefully we can take advantage of the opportunity. The Patriots almost blew it last week, but survived against the Ravens by becoming the first team in NFL playoff history to overcome two separate 14-point deficits. Strikingly, with the Patriots riding Brady's arm to the hilt – New England passed on 82% of its snaps – didn't kick into gear until the GQ quarterback beat the clock in another sense. In the first half, Brady was pummeled on a few deep dropbacks – which is always asking.
Indiana law gets pressure from sports world The eyes of the sports world will be focused on Indianapolis this weekend when the NCAA basketball Final Four kicks off Saturday. The ire of the sports world has already been focused on Indiana, as many sports governing bodies have expressed displeasure with the state's new Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The law, which as currently written would allow businesses to refuse to serve gay customers in the name of religious beliefs beginning July 1, has come under scrutiny from corporations, celebrities and those in the general public who favor... sn/1CyIFRA The eyes of the sports world will be focused on Indianapolis this weekend when the NCAA basketball Final Four kicks off Saturday. The ire of the sports world has already been focused on Indiana, as many sports governing bodies have expressed displeasure with the state's new Religious Freedom Restoration Act. The law, which as currently written would allow businesses to refuse to serve gay customers in the name of religious beliefs beginning July 1, has come under scrutiny from corporations, celebrities and those in the general public who favor... We are committed to diversity and inclusion within our sport and therefore will continue to welcome all competitors and fans at our events in the state of Indiana and anywhere else we race.
DeflateGate is to Joe Montana what Tommy is to Henry Hill. Via Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review , the Western Pennsylvania native turned Hall of Fame quarterback weighed in on the football-deflation scandal while in town for a Gridiron Gold event honoring the six native sons who threw a... “Funny” is how Montana described it. “Everybody is trying to do something different,” Montana said. Once you get caught, you get caught. Montana seems to be amazed at how big of a deal it all became. ” Montana said. Just pay up and move on. It’s no big deal. It’s too late to call #DeflateGate not a big deal. It’s definitely a big deal, and it will continue to be a big deal through the night the NFL team that plays in Pittsburgh travels to New England to play the Patriots, and beyond. Credible: HOFers like Montana. It’s as if Joe Montana did not immediately support Tom Brady, proclaiming that quarterbacks should be allowed to set the pressure to whatever they want or something.
The clock is ticking for Tom Brady on suspension decision
It was handed down Monday after an investigator into the "deflate-gate" scandal concluded that Brady was probably aware that Patriots team employees let air out of footballs for a January playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts.
May 14, 2015
Colts clinch AFC South with 17-10 win over Texans
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, right, sacks Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck during the first ... Indy sealed it with a late drive that took 5 minutes, 3 seconds off the clock and was capped by Adam Vinatieri's 29-yard field goal with ...
December 14, 2014
Indianapolis Colts suspended linebacker Robert Mathis leaves message for all of us in locker
As people get older, they hear nature’s clock ticking more and more loudly ... with wisdom that can only be gained through experience. Indianapolis Colts all-time sack leader Robert Mathis was once a young stud with a long future in the NFL ahead ...
September 2, 2014
Indianapolis Colts – Right where they want to be after Saturday’s non-win
The first 49 minutes of the Indianapolis Colts loss to the New ... but fans deserve more from Venturi. The clock is ticking to the regular season when games matter plenty, but the Colts appear to be right where they want to be with two preseason games ...
August 18, 2014
Giants Score 27 In Fourth To Beat Colts
Ryan Nassib's 4-yard touchdown pass to Corey Washington with 55 seconds left capped a ferocious fourth-quarter comeback for the New York Giants, who pulled out a 27-26 victory over the Indianapolis Colts in a preseason clash. The Giants put up 27 ...
August 17, 2014
Luck, Colts shock Chiefs with comeback win
Indianapolis, IN (SportsNetwork.com ... Kansas City answered with a clock-churning 11-play march, highlighted by A.J. Jenkins' 27-yard catch-and-run into Colts' territory on 3rd-and-7. Smith's next two passes fell incomplete, though, to bring Succop ...
January 4, 2014
Red Roof Inn Indianapolis North - College Park
For Indianapolis Colts fans, we are just 13 miles from Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Colts. There are many attractions and sporting events in the city of Indianapolis and the property is just a stones throw away.
December 20, 2013