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John Deadman, Associate Athletic Director For Communications: LaVall Jordan, who helped Butler to conference championships and NCAA Tournament appearances as both a player and an assistant coach, returns to his alma mater as the 24 th head coach in men's basketball program...
INDIANAPOLIS - The year 2011 was the second in a row that Butler University reached the men's basketball National Championship and lost. This time it was to the University of Connecticut, 53 to 41. It was also the year the "Donald" created drama for the Indianapolis Motor...
This is what happens when you go all-in on a bluff. Chuck Pagano talked all week about how he and the Colts were pushing their figurative chips to the center of the table, even going so far as to distribute actual chips to the players themselves. They then proceeded to get the...
He may not win in federal court, but it does appear that Tom Brady, the most hated man in football, does have some evidence that skews in his favor, at least judging by the court documents . As Mike Wilson & Ray Steele discussed on The 10 At 10, perhaps Tom should sit out...
Why do baseball managers rant better than coaches in other sports? Maybe they don't, but it sure seems that way. At least, we the fans seem to enjoy the hardball rants more than those from other sports. Maybe its the cussin'. Baseball managers just seem to have a better grasp of...
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway announced today that Dallas Mavericks Owner and star of ABC's "Shark Tank," Mark Cuban will serve as the honorary starter of the 98th Running of the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race on Sunday, May 25. Cuban will wave the green flag to start the field of...
carpenter_ed_pole_IMS_051814.jpg (photo courtesy Indianapolis Motor Speedway) For the second year in a row, Ed Carpenter will start from the pole at the Indianapolis 500. Listen: Carpenter won his second straight pole position with a four lap average of 231.067 miles per hour...
pagenaud_simon_IMS_051014.jpg Mario Andretti presents Simon Pagenaud with his trophy. (photo courtesy Indianapolis Motor Speedway) The inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis ended with a Frenchman at the top of the podium. Listen: Simon Pagenaud earned his third win in the Verizon...
power_will_driving_IMS.jpg (photo courtesy Indianapolis Motor Speedway) Will Power was the fastest on the track during Opening Day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Listen: Power had a fastest lap of 223.057 miles per hour during the first day of practice for the 98th running...